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What reasons qualify you for a short sale?

  • Are you upside down on your real estate mortgage?
  • Do you owe more on your home than its worth?
  • Have you gone through a financial hardship?
  • Divorce, Loss of Job, Loss of Income?
  • Are you nearing foreclosure?
  • Afraid the bank is going to take back your property?
  • Is moving a must but you have zero equity?

Questions like these may be running in your head and that is why this E-book can help you look at options to find a solution to your situation. Feel free to print out the book and use it as your reference guide and know that we are here to sincerely help you. Just give us a call or an email and we will confidentially assist you.

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Alliance Bay Realty

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San Jose, CA  95126
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