LEO Robles.net Now Offers Assistance with Short Sales in California's Inland Empire
(PRLEAP.COM) Corona, CA - The housing crisis had an especially profound effect in California’s Inland Empire. With many homeowners owing more on their homes than the property is worth, it creates a dangerous economic and housing environment of Palm Springs foreclosures. Now, Leo Robles.net, a leading Inland Empire real estate specialist is helping clients avoid Palm Springs foreclosures by facilitating short sales. California law favors homeowners who choose to short sale their home, and Leo Robles.net is able to get clients the necessary approval to go forward with a short sale and to avoid Palm Springs foreclosures.
According to Leo Robles.net, in order to conduct a short sale, the seller needs a special permission from their lender. The difference between the sale price and the value of the mortgage is often forgiven by the lender. In addition, qualified homeowners who initiate a short sale without an offer could be eligible to received $2,500 to $30,000 in relocation assistance. Leo Robles.net works with clients to secure the maximum compensation and loan forgiveness to help prevent Palm Springs foreclosures.
"Navigating the short sale process can be confusing, but it is a worthwhile time investment for many homeowners who are able to avoid Palm Springs foreclosure and have some of their debts forgiven," said Leo Robles, Realtor with Re/Max and founder of Leo Robles.net. "We work closely with each client, case-by-case, to determine their short sale options and help prevent their Palm Springs foreclosures."
As the number one real estate office in the Inland Empire, Leo Robles.net is committed to helping clients avoid Palm Springs real estate foreclosures and keep the local real estate market as viable as possible for current homeowners and future investors. Leo Robles.net offers those interested in short-selling their home a complimentary, no-obligation consultation to discuss options and provide detailed information.
For more information on how to avoid Palm Springs foreclosures, visit http://leorobles.net/ or call 949-795-6568.