Oyezz Real Estate: Short Sale Specialists
Selling a home always include some level of stress, regardless of the situation. A short sale can be a hassle; however Oyezz makes the short sale process stress-free for the homeowner. Statistics show that up to 1 out of 4 houses are upside down, or the amount owed on the mortgage is more than the house is worth. The negative equity situation may leave the homeowner wondering, “What do I do?” – A short sale may be the solution.
What is a short sale?
Many homeowners in a financially distressed situation may wonder, “What is a short sale” and “How can it help me?” A short sale is an agreement with your lender to sell the house, and accept the sell price as a full payoff of the mortgage, even if it is less than the amount owed.
The short sale process, as well as obtaining a short sale agreement with your lender, is very complex and requires a short sale specialist to help the homeowner. For more detailed information on the short sale process, contact us for a no obligation, no cost consultation at 972-342-0011.
Short Sale Experts
At Oyezz, we take the stress away from selling a home, regardless of whether you are struggling to make mortgage payments or in a negative equity situation. We have successfully completed more short sales than any other realtor in Texas. We pride ourselves on providing outstanding service and making the short sale process simple for our clients.
If you are still questioning “What is a short sale” or interested in the “short sale process,” our short sale team is available to answer questions and provide solutions to avoid foreclosure.
Why Choose Oyezz
300% higher short sale closing rate over competitors
We have successfully completed more short sales since 2007 than any other realtor in Texas.
Dedicated Short Sale Specialist
You will have your own dedicated short sale specialist that will handle all the paperwork, negotiate with your lenders, and communicate with buyers.
Short Sale Experts
We have been closing short sales since 2007. We started working on short sales before short sales became common in the real estate market.