For many homeowners who are behind in their mortgage payments and looking at foreclosure or bankruptcy they find that a short sale of their home is a better option than foreclosure or bankruptcy. If you find yourself in this situation, understand that you are not alone. Nearly 16% of all homeowners in America are behind on their mortgage payment.
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A short sale is a sales transaction for which a seller's mortgage lender voluntarily agrees to accept a loan payoff of less money than what is owed on the mortgage loan. This may sound rather strange for any lender to be willing to accept a lower amount than what is owed on the note. However, banks can have astronomical expenses associated with a foreclosure and a short sale can be mutually beneficial for the homeowner and the lender.
What about the difference in the sale of my home when it is less than the amount I own on the loan? This difference in the amount of the loan and the amount your home sells for when it is less than you owe on your loan is called a deficiency. SB 458 ensure that any lender that agrees to a short sale must accept the agreed upon short sale amount as payment in full of the outstanding balance of all loans on the property. So you as the homeowner will not be held responsible for any additional payments on the property.