If my fiance is behind on his mortgage and was already looking to move, is it possible to sell his house?

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answer by Sonal Shah    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
yes, you should list it w an agent who can help you with short sale while you can.
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answer by Javier Zambrano    |   Contact Me
It can be sold, and depending on how much equity there is, it may not have to be a Short Sale, but he needs to act fast.
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answer by Ross Quade    |   Contact Me
Anything past 90 days and they may be in trouble. Best to work with a short sale agent.
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answer by Kim Patrick    |   Contact Me
It depends on several factors. Have your boyfriend call me and we can discuss his situation.
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answer by Bryan O'Leary    |   Contact Me
Amanda, He sure can. I have lenders that specialise in that situation. Call me and we can get started on it right away. I look forward to hearing from you. Bryan
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answer by Sam Devshi    |   Contact Me
absolutely. The sooner the better. Has he received notification of any sorts from the lender or any interested party yet. Call me ASAP and I can provide detailed assistance
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Yes it is. Hopefully he has enough equity in the home to make a profit.
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answer by Erika Jones    |   Contact Me
Yes,He can still sell. However, he need to act fast since the mortgage is behind. If you need representation or consultation, please give me a call.
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