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Do I Qualify for a Real Estate Short Sale in Cathedral City CA?
So you're considering a real estate short sale for your Cathedral City, California Home…..
Either you are near default or have already missed mortgage payments, and you are undoubtedly under-water on what you owe on the Cathedral City home compared to what it is currently worth.
We see this every day from people of all aspects of life and economic backgrounds. We know it's a difficult and daunting position to be in. We know there is so much information out there that its difficult to decipher what is correct, and what isn't.... and who to trust.
Who Are We and Are We For Real?
We ARE for real, and we are licensed, legal and ligitimate. Our real estate license numbers are 01844441, and 01844442. Take these numbers and go to the California Department of Real Estate's website here, click on Verify a License, and check our license numbers for validity. We work for Coldwell Banker Kivett-Teeters, a highly respected real estate brokerage that's been in business for decades. We handle 20 to 30 Short Sale Listings and Sales per month, and yes we successfully close 95% plus of our short sales! We are for real, and we work hard for our clients... Let us work hard for you...
So let's talk...
Call Us Now: (888) 9-List-It.
That's (888) 954-7848.
IMPORTANT DISCLOSURE in compliance with the FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION ("FTC") MORTGAGE ASSISTANCE RELIEF SERVICE ("MARS"): Before using this service, consider the following information - Coldwell Banker Kivett-Teeters Associates are not associated with the government and our services are not approved by the government. Seller acknowledges that the Broker/Agent is not qualified to provide financial, legal or tax advice regarding short sale transactions. Therefore, the seller is advised to obtain professional tax advice and consult independent legal counsel immediately regarding the tax implications and advisability of entering into a short sale agreement with their lender/servicer. If you stop paying your mortgage, you could lose your home and damage your credit rating.