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Sell my house in Sacramento?

If your asking yourself if this is a great time to sell my house in Sacramento,I am publishing the graph to show now is the best time ever to sell a house in Sacramento county. There are only 1662 homes for sale in Sacramento in February 2016. That is the lowest level in years. I have no idea why there are so few homes for sale. Home values have gone up a lot the last four years. I would think there would be more people who have equity now so that they are able to sell. I would have to bet that the number of homes for sale will increase this spring as families look to move during the summer months. If you have a property that needs work and you just want to get cash out of it, this graph shows you that you have to fewest number of homes to compete with right now. Many people don’t realize that it is a great time to sell until the media talks about it on the news and by that time the whole area is putting their homes up for sale.
If you want to get an offer on your house, please call me at 916-261-2381. If we don’t agree on a price, I am more than happy to offer my help on how you can get more for your house.

Home values way up in Sacramento

Great time to sell a house in Sacramento

I remember back in March 2012 just like it was yesterday. Our supply of homes for sale in Sacramento county had finally declined to an amount where there was not an over supply of homes for sale which occurred from August 2007 until the end of 2011. We finally saw the end of declining values thoughout our area. Our supply of homes for sale has been tight ever since March of 2012 and that has brought a big increase in home values. I have enclosed a graph to show how much the price per square foot has gone up the last four years. You will see that we have had months of rapid icreases then a couple months of flat increases. Now the inventory of homes for sale in Sacramento has declined to a year long low. If you need cash for your house then now is a great time to sell your house fast in Sacramento. If you want to find out how much that you can get for your house, you can email me or call me at 916-261-2381. If we do not agree on a price, don’t worry I am still more than happy to suggest ways to get more for your property and how to defer capital gains taxes.

Help me sell my home in Sacramento CA

When you fall behind in your mortgage payments on your Sacramento home, it can feel like you’re drowning in debt.

Even if you’re able to make your monthly payment, catching up on a past due balance can be an overwhelming challenge.

There’s a few options that can help you to avoid foreclosure in Sacramento CA and maybe even keep your house, even if you’re seriously behind in payments. Lots of properties in [market_city] have been lost to foreclosure, but there are many ways to avoid it.

1. Bankruptcy:

This is usually the tool of last resort. If you’re being crushed by lots of debt, bankruptcy can be a good way to negotiate with lots of lenders at once. It’s a lot of work, and it won’t help you avoid your mortgage. Different lenders will treat your circumstances in unique ways. You’d benefit from serious professional help – the best you can afford.

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When you fall behind in your mortgage payments on your Sacramento home, it can feel like you’re drowning in debt.

Even if you’re able to make your monthly payment, catching up on a past due balance can be an overwhelming challenge.

There’s a few options that can help you to avoid foreclosure in Sacramento and maybe even keep your house, even if you’re seriously behind in payments. Lots of properties in Sacramento have been lost to foreclosure, but there are many ways to avoid it.

1. Bankruptcy:

This is usually the tool of last resort. If you’re being crushed by lots of debt, bankruptcy can be a good way to negotiate with lots of lenders at once. It’s a lot of work, and it won’t help you avoid your mortgage. Different lenders will treat your circumstances in unique ways. You’d benefit from serious professional help – the best you can afford.

2. Negotiate with your bank:

Lots of lenders routinely offer some level of assistance. You have to work hard at it, but you might be able to get your interest rate reduced, or a temporary reduction in your payment.

Most of the time, lenders will want to steer you to refinance your loan – but by the time you’re a few payments behind, you probably don’t qualify for a reduction in interest rate.

You have to work really hard to negotiate with a bank. Usually it takes lots of calls and the patience of a saint to get through the bureaucracy. Never, ever act rude. Ask for help from everyone you speak with, but don’t sound desperate. Explain your situation, offer supporting documents, and reassure the bank that you want to live in your home for the long term.

If you’re in need of a temporary fix and want to stay in your home, most banks can be forgiving. Sometimes they’ll be willing to add a few months of payments back onto the primary balance of your loan. It’s all dollars and cents to them, so remind them that you need their help to give them a lot more money in the long run. If they have to sell your house at a foreclosure auction, they’ll take a huge loss.

That sounds obvious, but for some reason bankers seem to forget it when saying no to someone in need of help.

3. Borrow money from a private investor:

If you’re behind in your payments and need to sell fast, we can help.

In certain circumstances, we may even be able to help you stay in your home.

We work with homeowners in Sacramento to find solutions to foreclosure problems.

We’ll let you know how we can help.