Meet Kristin Hunteman, who has dedicated herself to helping home owners avoid foreclosure since 2008. You’ll get to hear her story and why it’s her passion. She has successfully helped owners save their credit and stop foreclosure in all kinds of situations.
What if you can’t pay your mortgage due to illness, divorce, loss of income?
These questions are haunting and can be one of the scariest situations home owners face. Add to that misinformation and bad advise and often consumers find themselves in the perfect storm, especially now during our national COVID-19 crisis.
No one plans to be in foreclosure, or to be “upside down” in home value. It’s a stressful situation that can often leave owners feeling hopeless as if there’s no option but to “walk away” and let it go back to the bank. Unfortunately, I hear this advise coming from family members and friends who mean well but don’t understand the consequences that can literally haunt you financially for years after a foreclosure.
The video on the left from Fannie Mae gives a high level, quick overview of short sales vs. foreclosure. This is a good initial overview, but there are many details we’ll need to discuss when we meet.
How does a Forbearance impact me?
Many home owners signed up for forbearances without fully understanding what would happen at the end of the forbearance period. There was a lot of misinformation published at the beginning of the CARES ACT forbearance efforts. Here are some of the “surprises” many people find at the end of their forbearance;
Very knowledgeable and professional. We were in a multiple offer situation, and Kristin.guided me into getting the win! Had to end up doing a dual mortgage due to issue with my house out of state. Kristin guided that other agent and made it happen!
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