Bank of America Short Sale Important Announcement

Bank of America announces Short Sale Relocation Assistance Program!

If you are an Elk Grove homeowner, are financially distressed, would like to avoid foreclosure and you have a Bank of America loan, you want to pay attention to this new change.  Bank of America just announced today this “Limited Time Offer” – Short Sale Relocation Assistance program where borrowers could receive $2,500 to $30,000 in relocation assistance.

So, for a limited time Bank of America is offering an enhanced assistance payment to qualified homeowners in an amount of $2,500 to $30,000.  Borrowers will also owe no more on their mortgage with the sale of their property.  To qualify short sales must be initiated in the Equator system  without an offer.  According to their announcement, once the short sale is initiated they will evaluate the homeowner for this offer quickly to determine if they qualify for the enhanced relocation assistance.

If you have a Bank of America loan and you are upside down on your home or having trouble making your mortgage payments, call us today to see if you qualify for this Bank of America limited time relocation offer!  If you are an Elk Grove homeowner who has missed a payment or is about to miss a payment, has suffered a hardship or is simply upside down in your home, contact Lori Mode and Bruce Durham, Elk Grove short sale specialists at (916) 405-5737 or Lori@modeanddurham.com to learn about your options to avoid foreclosure and for a free no obligation confidential consultation.

 

 

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