Short Sales As A Debt Relief Tactic

A short sale is defined as a property sold for less than the amount owed by the borrower, and sold with the lender's approval. This kind of sale usually takes place before a foreclosure if the lender prefers it to the mortgage foreclosure legal process.

Banks are not generally in favor of approving a short sale. After all, it often means they will receive less money in repayment than they loaned to the home buyer. The right attorney fighting for your interests can make a significant difference in whether your short sale will be approved.

Bankruptcy Can Also Help You Avoid Foreclosure

If you are considering a short sale to avoid foreclosure in Illinois, bankruptcy may be a better solution. Start by getting straight answers from an attorney at Linda Bal & Associates. Linda Bal uses her knowledge, more than 25 years of experience, professional skills and human compassion to assist hard-working clients who have run into debt problems, often through no fault of their own.

Linda Bal works hard to take the fear, uncertainty and embarrassment out of a bankruptcy filing, a foreclosure defense strategy or a short sale. She shows you the light at the end of the tunnel — the road that returns you to financial freedom.

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We offer reasonable flat rate fees with no hidden costs; weekend and evening hours, with appointment flexibility; all work performed personally and directly with you, by an experienced attorney; and prompt, professional service you can count on.

From offices in Algonquin, Itasca, Rosemont and Naperville, the lawyers of Linda Bal & Associates provide legal advice and representation for clients in communities throughout the Greater Chicagoland area. Contact the firm by calling 630-296-5084 or 800-599-2152 toll free to arrange a free initial consultation with an experienced attorney at an office near you.