Wilmington, NC Short Sales: What you need to know…

 

The following information describes the short sale process:

 

• Homeowners are “short” when they owe an amount on their property that is higher than the current market value.

 

• A short sale occurs when a negotiation is entered into with the homeowner’s

 

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If your home is at risk of foreclosure, you don’t have to panic. There are many ways to ease the difficult situation, and one may be right for you. The country has seen a recent spike in foreclosures and defaults. As a result, in addition to new legislature, lenders have been more willing to work with distressed borrowers to help keep them in their homes. If you or someone you know is in this unfortunate situation or may be soon, now is the time to act. I’m sending you this helpful Item of Value that will explain the ins and outs of foreclosure, how you can avoid it and what your various options are. You don’t have to be the next victim of foreclosure. There is help available—if you know where to look.

 

Nilesh Jethwa and Associates have been serving the Leland and Wilmington NC. I’m Nilesh Jethwa. I’m a Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE) in Wilmington NC and Leland NC Area. I make it my duty to provide honest and accurate information about the foreclosure process and short sales. A Certified Distressed Property Expert® is a real estate professional with specific understanding of the complex issues confronting the real estate industry, and the foreclosure avoidance options available to homeowners. Through comprehensive training and experience, CDPEs are able to provide solutions for homeowners facing hardships in today’s market, specifically short sales in Wilmington NC and Leland NC.The prospect of foreclosure can be financially and emotionally devastating, and often homeowners proceed without guidance of any kind. I believe that the best course of action for a homeowner in distress is to speak with a well-informed, licensed real estate professional in the Wilmington and Leland area. We have the tools needed to help you find the best solution for their situation. Often, when other options have been exhausted, CDPEs can help homeowners avoid foreclosure through the efficient execution of a short saleWe would gladly sit down with you and come up with the best solution to help you. To contact us please click here!

 

 

 
 
 
 
 

Moving: How to Perpare for a move

Moving: Preparing for Move to Wilmington or Leland, NC….

 

Moving should be an exciting time – you’re off to a new apartment, your first home, maybe moving up to a larger home. But for many people, moving turns into a stressful, aggravating experience. It doesn’t have to be that way. Some advance planning, a little research and the right attitude can combine to make your next move the best one ever.

Wilmington NC moving
Wilmington NC moving

Organization is key to a successful move, so lists are your friends. Keep track of all the details that need to be tended to, especially things that might fall through the cracks, like taking back your cable box. Include everything from renting a moving truck to forwarding your mail, and start doing anything on the list that can be tackled early. As you plan, keep in mind that many truck rental companies will give you a discounted rate if you move mid-week and mid-month instead of at peak times.

Speaking of getting a jump on things, start packing now. You can find all the supplies you need, such as boxes, bubble wrap, packing tape and more at truck rental outlets like Budget Truck Rental. The experts there can help you figure out how many and what types of boxes you’ll need to protect your possessions. Whether you’re moving in a few months or in a few weeks, you should be packing things you know you can live without for a while. This allows you to pack with care, and mark the boxes so you’ll be able to find what you’re looking for when you get to your new place. Leaving packing until the last minute is one of the biggest sources of stress for people who are moving.

About a month before your move date, reserve your moving truck. The company you choose makes a big difference. With 30,000 trucks nationwide, Budget Truck Rental has locations where you need them, and a great selection of trucks for every size move, whether it’s a 10-foot truck (for studio apartments with one or two rooms), a 16-footer (for three to four rooms) or a 24-foot truck that can haul up to 8 rooms of stuff. They’ll even give you expert tips on loading the truck. The trucks are easier to drive than you might think. All Budget trucks have automatic transmissions, air conditioning and are clean comfortable and well-maintained for safety and reliability.

If you’re moving long-distance and need to tow your car, Budget offers two options: the car carrier, which carries your entire car on a trailer that attaches to the rear of your truck (recommended for four-wheel drive and all-wheel drive vehicles); or the tow dolly, which is recommended for front-wheel drive vehicles. The tow dolly lifts the front wheels of the car off the pavement and pulls it behind your truck.

Take care of mail and utilities. Stop by your local post office and fill out the form to forward your mail. You’ll also want to change the address on any magazine subscriptions or other services you receive by mail, such as video rentals. You can take care of most of these changes online. You also need to contact all your utilities, both for the place you’re moving out of and your new place. This includes local and long distance phone, Internet service, gas, electric, water and cable/satellite. Don’t forget to update your renter’s or homeowner’s insurance as well.

Make sure you have a group of friends lined up to help you move. If you have followed your list and have everything packed and ready to go, loading up the truck should be a breeze. If you still have some boxes to pack, your friends can load while you finish up. Be sure to keep the moving crew happy by providing plenty of food and drink. Just save the beer for after the move is complete. Hehe!

If you take care of all these details before your move, all you’ll have to worry about once the boxes are unloaded is finding the perfect spot for your favorite chair. For more moving tips, visit BudgetTruck.com or contact me at www. Nileshjethwa.com .

 

 

 

Post by Nilesh Jethwa Wilmington/Leland Real Estate

 

Nilesh Jethwa is a local real estate agent for the Wilmington and Leland area. To contact Nilesh Jethwa please click here. Don’t forget to request a free relocation package.