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Step 1: Should You Short Sale?
Is your home worth less then you owe? Trying to figure out what to do? Use the Short Sale Decision Calculator to help you assess what the best move is for your particular situation. Enter your property information and let the calculator run the numbers to see if a short sale may be your best option.
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