Solving the Knoxville Foreclosure Crisis
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Rick Smenner

865-675-8326
RE/MAX Preferred Properties
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Knoxville Short Sale How Does It Affect My Credit?

A successful short sale helps the seller to avoid any credit damage that could be brought about by a foreclosure.Help with Knoxville Short Sales Such damage is not something to admire as it may take a minimum of seven years for someone before it goes off your credit report. That is why is it best to do all you can to avoid it. When you short sell you house, you will recover quickly from the dings of late mortgage payments, provided you can keep your other accounts current. In such a case, consider allocating money to meet basic necessities first. You also have to pay other bills to keep as many accounts current as possible. When deciding which credit bills to pay review the terms of your credit accounts. If you are using a credit card to temporarily pay for necessities, you should be sure not to jeopardize the availability of that account. By so doing, you will keep the necessary accounts current. I want to help make it possible for your credit to recover quickly. A Short Sale may be just one part of a larger effort to get you through a tough period. CDPE LogoIt is SO important if you are having trouble making you mortgage payments. Explore your options with a qualified professional like a CDPE. I am one of the few trained CDPE in Knoxville that has the training and the experienced to help homeowners in trouble. You do have options explore them and decide which ones is best for you and your family. Check out my resource page for free downloads on many different options for you. I have helped many others to successfully come out of what they thought to be “a tough and an unavoidable” situation and I can help you as well. Call me at 865-696-9002 or email me [email protected] let's talk about your situation and explore all your options. it won't cost you anything other than your time.

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