Richmond, VA, March 07, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Deb Orth of Keller Williams Realty, has closed yet another Bank of America short sale in Richmond, Virginia. The short sale process is rarely easy but Deb pursued and persevered until she got the job done. Deb’s strong negotiating and problem solving skills made all the difference resulting in the Sellers walking away with an agreement that no deficiency would be pursued by Bank of America, and also with a relocation incentive.
From the date of the contract until closing on it was just 3 months. The original asking price was $135,000 yet the Purchaser paid $139,000 so this was a WIN-WIN for all parties including Bank of America. The Sellers were relieved of their debt and are on their way to a fresh start, and the Purchasers have found a wonderful new home in Richmond, Virginia.
Homeowners in Richmond, Virginia who find themselves needing to sell but are upside down on their mortgage, face a real dilemma and need to know which options are available. They need to know if they should short sale their Richmond, Virginia home, tough it out, attempt a loan modification, etc. Deb Orth can help provide the answers to those questions or refer them to other sources of help. Contact Deb by email at Deb@RichmondHomes4You.com or call her on (804) 482-1252.
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