New Jersey Sheriff Sale Lawyer
If you are struggling to make your monthly mortgage payments, you might be tempted to negotiate directly with the bank. This is not an advisable strategy. An experienced real estate attorney can help you navigate this complex area of the law, including the rapidly changing state and federal regulations. With our help, we can negotiate with the bank to arrange a short sale agreement.
At the Law Offices of James M. Newman and Associates, LLC , we want to minimize your real estate concerns. Our attorneys are effective negotiators, ready to help you avoid foreclosure by selling your home through a short sale. Lenders are becoming increasingly open to this option, even though the proceeds from the sale are sometimes far less than the actual property value.
Interested in buying property through a sheriff sale? An experienced Freehold short sale lawyer can help. Contact us to schedule a convenient appointment — we offer weekend and evening consultations.
Experienced Real Estate Attorneys
Our law firm's founding attorney — James Newman — has been recognized as a Super Lawyer by the "New Jersey Monthly" since 2005. He has more than 35 years of real estate experience and will clearly explain the entire short sale process. During your initial consultation, he will review your financial situation and ask questions to determine if a short sale is a viable option.
Will a Short Sale Benefit Me?
A short sale is a strong option for someone who is struggling with serious mortgage debt. During the negotiation process, Mr. Newman will need your financial records to show the bank that no hidden assets exist. Mr. Newman will then use his strong negotiation tactics to demonstrate how the short sale will not only benefit the homeowner, but the bank as well.
In some circumstances, the bank may suggest other viable options, such as restructuring your loan over a longer period of time and/or reducing the interest rate. Another option may be to negotiate with the bank to take ownership of the deed and release you from the mortgage. We will always take the time to explain all of your legal options in plain English, so that you can make a fully informed decision.
Contact a New Jersey Foreclosure Defense Lawyer for Experienced Representation
If you received a foreclosure notice, please do not waste any time — our experienced real estate attorneys can help you effectively negotiate with the bank. This dedicated advocacy can help you protect your home, your credit and your future.
Contact us by e-mail or call (848) 863-8612 or toll-free (877) 505-0597 to schedule a convenient appointment.