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Short Sale in Dublin Sold!

by Scott Fuller on June 7, 2012
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Dublin Short Sale Sold

7497 Oxford Circle, Dublin

Short Sale in Dublin sold by East Bay Short Sales Group! This Dublin short sale was a 3 bedroom 2.5 bath townhome in the very popular “Woodlands” community. This unit was in a great location facing a park-like outside area and the price was unbeatable! Build in 1990, this townhome was decked out with wood floors, walk in closet, gas fireplace and tasteful window coverings.

The owner of this short sale in Dublin contacted us at East Bay Short Sale Group to discuss if he was a candidate for a short sale, and he was since he had a verifiable hardship! We listed the townhouse in Dublin and initiated the short sale with the homeowner’s lender, Citi Mortgage. The initiation process involved contacting the lender for required documentation, collecting financial information from the homeowner along with a hardship letter, and submitting short sale package to the lender. East Bay Short Sale Group handles this process so the homeowner does not have to deal with the lender!

An offer was accepted on this property in January and East Bay Short Sale Group was able to get the lender to approve the short sale and close before the foreclosure sale date of 4/18! Credit goes to our experienced short sale team for being able to close a short sale just 3 months after an offer was received! Needless the say, the seller was thrilled to be relieved of this burden!

Do you have a property in Alameda County or Contra Costa County that you owe more on than it is worth? If the answer is yes, please give us a call to find out how we can help you. At East Bay Short Sale Group we offer free consultations and can help you decide if a short sale is right for you. We have a dedicated team with lots of short sale experienced and we have worked with many different lenders. East Bay Short Sale Group would love for you to be our next success story, just like this Dublin short sale!

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