New Video Reveals How to Short Sale In 9 Days -- While Keeping Good Credit
MortgageReliefFormula.com announced today a new 20 minute video that gives insider information on how to do a mortgage short sale of any house in only nine days.
The video can be accessed at http://www.mortgagereliefformula.com/short-order-video-2/
According to Richard Geller of MortgageReliefFormula.com, “Homeowners with good credit can now understand exactly how to sell their house in nine days, and get the lender to approve. Even if they owe more than their house is worth. And they will keep good credit.”
Mr. Geller explained that people think short sales will ruin their credit, or can only be done by people who are already late on their mortgage payments.
“Nothing could be further from the truth. People can do a mortgage short sale even if they have a perfect FICO score and have never been late,” according to Mr. Geller.
Geller said that the new video explains how millions of homeowners today can follow step by step instructions and avoid falling into common pitfalls, while keeping good credit.
And there are many pitfalls, said Mr. Geller. “For instance, if you pick a real estate agent to list your property, you may have it sit on the market for months. But if you know the secrets of selling properties short in today’s markets, which we show you in this video, then you are talking often about selling the property in only days.”
The video can be accessed by almost any personal computer. “We want homeowners with good credit to learn how they can escape a crushing mortgage,” Mr. Geller said. “So we made the video accessible anywhere and any time.”
Mr. Geller explained that the mortgage short sale video explains how to determine the selling price that will sell the house in days, how to avoid tax liability even if the lender sends in a 1099 to the IRS, how to avoid personal liability even if you have two mortgages and much more.
“This short sale video is a huge hit,” Richard Geller said. “It is helping people figure out what they should do if they owe more than their house is worth and they have good credit.”
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