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  • 1. Sell Home Owner Avoid Foreclosure in Portland Homeowners in deepest need continue to struggle, despite the new housing bailout plan set into action last month. Though there are some people who will be able to avoid foreclosure, thousands more will be stuck in home loans they can no longer afford to pay. Particularly vulnerable are those who have 80/20 loans. These loans amount to an automatic first and second loan on the property making access to the housing bailout money even more complicated. For these homeowners and others like them, a short sale may be their best option. A short sale simply means that a house is sold for less than the value of the loan amount. However, this is not the type of debt negotiation you want to try yourself and you certainly don’t want to hire an unqualified negotiator, either. Some are seeking help via debt negotiation specialists. An experienced debt negotiation specialist can help a homeowner with what is known as a “short sale”. A short sale simply means that a house is sold for less than the value of the loan amount. Banks are willing to consider this option when other alternatives have failed. Debt negotiation specialists, such as licensed mortgage brokers, have strong relationships with lenders and can often work with both the homeowner and bank to reach an agreement that benefits both parties. It is important to seek out a firm with experience that can represent your best interests. These firms do not charge the seller any fees, which gives a homeowner with a large debt burden the opportunity to immediately engage their services. It is also worth noting that a realtor does not need to be a part of the proceedings. And by eliminating the need for their services, the associated fee is also removed. There are also other fees such as closing and moving costs that can be reduced or eliminated, dependent upon the particular case. “If you are upside down in your mortgage or have 80/20 financing and are considering a short sale, do a bit of research before settling on a representative. This will save you from the potential of making a difficult situation disastrous.” says a representative from Sell home owner is a short sale specialist company that helps stop foreclosure in Portland, Oregon. It is possible to avoid foreclosure with little to no fees passed on to the homeowner. But it is imperative that you find a reputable company to handle any concerns you might have. They will guarantee that you are completing the necessary steps and following up with the necessary companies/agencies to ensure that the transaction is a success. Avoid foreclosure, stop foreclosure, Portland, Sell Home Owner, short sale specialist, debt negotiations specialists, Portland Oregon, avoid foreclosure, mortgage reduction, mortgage rate reduction, foreclosure loan, lower my mortgage (800) 824-8122