Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Buying A Short Sale In San Diego

If you want to get a good deal on a home, short sales may be the way to go. There are thousands of houses without owners because their owners were no longer able to pay for them. The banks want to get rid of the homes fast, so they drop the price. This drop in price, could save you a ton of money on your next home purchase. The most important thing to do before you check out short sales is to get connected with a lawyer that deals with this part of the business. You don't want the bank to take you to the cleaners, so you need somebody to have your back.

I was looking at some short sales in California. I love San Diego because the place is beautiful and the weather is better. I checked out some short sales on the internet. I found a few that had promise and then I called the lawyer connected to the sales. I told them I was out of state, but I was serious. I planned a move to San Diego and they told me they could show me all the properties I was interested in.

I decided to take a trip to San Diego. I have some friends who live about ninety minutes away and they were willing to take a day off work, so I could check out the properties. My friend was also interested in the process. He wanted to buy another house as a rental and he wanted to see how short sales worked. The drive was uneventful and we were there in about three hours. I loved the scenery on the way to San Diego.

A representative from the lawyer's office, took us to the properties. He told us all the facts and let us know everything about the houses. I noticed the california schwartz sale in the front yard of the house when we drove up. The houses we looked at were beautiful. It was worth the trip. I got to spend time with my friends and I found a few houses that interested me. I haven't decided on a house yet, but I am well on my way. I appreciate the help I received from the lawyer's office. They were professional, while being very nice people. If I buy a home in San Diego, I will buy it through them.

This is a sponsored post for Schwartz Law Firm, however, all the points 
and views are my own.

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