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Short Sell Your Home to Avoid Foreclosure


Has the current housing crisis caused you to owe more than your house is worth? Or, maybe you have you been challenged by a recent financial hardship. Regardless of your situation, like many other current homeowners, are you no longer make your mortgage payment? There may be options for you! At Bratton Law Group, we have longed been focused on providing our clients guidance on defending foreclosure and short sale negotiations, but the first step is educating yourself about the options available.

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Investopedia, the web’s largest investing resource, recently posted an article entitled, Short sell your home to avoid foreclosurewhich explains how a short sale may be a viable option for homeowners versus a foreclosure to protect their credit score and help avoid bankruptcy.

Questions regarding short sales, consult with a qualified and experienced Bratton Law Group short sale attorney by calling our Haddonfield, Ewing, or Philadelphia office at 856 770 2744.

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