Elk Grove Short Sales – Don’t make these 5 critical mistakes

Elk Grove distressed homeowners:  The five critical mistakes you can make:

1. Attempting a loan modification, without speaking to a Realtor or Lender
2. Not answering phone calls or opening mail from your Lender
3. Paying someone up front fees, that promises to lower your mortgage payment or save your home.
4. Walking away from your home; without knowing the difference between shortsales and foreclosures.
5. Not making a mortgage payment for over 90 days, before contacting a Realtor.

If you are a 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 more about your options to avoid foreclosure and for a free no obligation confidential consulation.

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Renew, Energize, and Donate!

Making a Difference in our communities
RED Day ( Renew, Energize, and Donate), is anually the second Thursday of May when Keller Williams Agents all over North America and Canada seek out projects in the community to Donate their time.

Today, Keller Williams Elk Grove will be volunteering at Valley High School, David Reese Elementary School, and Partners Preschool. We have also seeked donations for many school supplies all three schools could benefit from.

Go to www.gofundme.com/kwelkgroveREDDAY if you would like to donate to one of these great schools!

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