HAFA Short Sale Program

When a homeowner is faced with loosing their home or selling it as a short sale – the decisions are difficult and time consuming.  Often the hoop jumping to work with the bank becomes a second job.  If the loan modification didn’t pan out and the mortgage payments will overwhelm the family – selling the home may be the best course of action.  Foreclosure is the last thing anyone wants to face.  And as a Realtor, the last thing I want to see happen to anyone.

The best course of action is to contact the bank and inform them of the situation immediately. That’s where the HAFA program (Home Affordable Foreclosure Alternative) comes in.  HAFA was created to streamline the process and get the homeowner out of the home with provisions to assist them with the sale and conditions to protect them afterwards.

For more information – please visit:

http://www.realtor.org/government_affairs/short_sales_hafa

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Sabrina Caton - The Caton Team Realtors

Sabrina is a native Californian born and raised in the Silicon Valley with a passion for Residential Real Estate and writing. Sabrina is partnered with her mother in law Susan - together they have 35+ years local experience. A full time Realtor Team with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices - Drysdale Properties out of Redwood City. The Peninsula is our backyard - let us help make it yours. We represent Buyer’s and Seller’s throughout the Bay Area. Effective. Efficient. Responsive. What can The Caton Team do for you?

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