As of this writing, short sales and foreclosures are not yet considered “the market” when appraisers are doing their analyses, but I as a Realtor representing buyers and sellers am absolutely considering short sales and foreclosures when advising my clients. … When advising sellers who may be considering short sales, we will have a long and in-depth conversation (or two or three) about the considerations, ramifications and things that they and I need to do in order to effectively conclude a short sale transaction.
… â€¢ Death â€“of a borrower â€¢ Dying-Sickness of a borrower affecting their ability to earn and pay their debt â€¢ Destitute-an involuntary loss of income Divorce- in this case, when one of the occupants leave and it affects the income of the house it can be deemed an acceptable hardship.
… Foreclosures in Charlottesville: Two properties with $100k price reductions A quick look at some of the foreclosures in the Charlottesville/Albemarle area shows that there are foreclosures ranging from $25,913 to $1,010,000. (more trustee sales notices get posted every day) These are some of the foreclosures in Charlottesville and Albemarle that are listed in the Charlottesville MLS: — Part 1- Quick Update on the Charlottesville Real Estate Market Part 2 – Short sales and Foreclosures in Charlottesville Part 3 – Homebuyer tax credit in 2010 – Who’s Eligible?