If you’re behind in your mortgage payments and upside down in your home (loan amount is more than the current sales price), then you should contact Cy Marlow Cy Marlow is a Certified Distressed Property Expert and a Certified HAFA specialist Cy Marlow understands how overwhelmed and isolated a distressed homeowner can feel His goal is to be a resource for you, to help you objectively assess your situation and go over your foreclosure alternatives so you can make an educated decision A foreclosure should always be a last resort for a homeowner because it can negatively impact your credit scores, your current and future career, your security clearance (if applicable), you may be subject to deficiency judgment, etc Many homeowners don’t know who to talk with about their options and many go into foreclosure unnecessarily because they weren’t aware of the many foreclosure alternatives available, such as a short sale.

Note, there are strict timeframes in the foreclosure process (generally speaking the lender can foreclose within three to four months after recording of notice of default), so contact Cy Marlow immediately to go over your foreclosure alternatives You may call him at 1-812-234-8808 or you may complete the online Short Sale Prequalification Form, Click Here

Partial List of Lenders We’ve Worked With on Short Sale Transactions:

  • Bank of America
  • Wells Fargo Bank
  • Chase
  • Addison Avenue Federal Credit Union
  • GMAC
  • PHH
  • Suntrust
  • CalHFA
  • Beneficial
  • HSBC
  • Aurora
  • Marix
  • And more…

Short Sale Information

If you’d like to know if you qualify for a short sale, you may call Cy Marlow at 1-812-234-8808 to set up a confidential meeting to discuss your situation or you can submit a free and confidential online prequalification form Mortgage Assistance Relief Services (MARS) Disclosures: We are not associated with the government, and our services have not been approved by the government or the consumer’s lender; The lender may not agree to change the consumer’s loan; If consumer stops paying their mortgage, they could lose their home and damage their credit rating; and Consumers can stop doing business with the us at any time, can accept or reject any offer we obtain from the lender or servicer