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2017-12-15 10:23:39
Divorcing? Do You Need To Sell Your Desert Home In Rancho Mirage?

How can you escape your mortgage when going through a painful divorce?

Getting out from under your home mortgage can be a big deal if you are in the process of divorcing. What was once an ideal, marriage for two becomes an impediment of epic proportions when you decide to divorce. Other financial obligations and unexpected events such as a changing real estate market and many other factors, may compound that stress caused by a divorce.

 

Some divorces involve two people that can reason with each other. If this is your case, you can discuss the best options and act accordingly. Conversely, there are cases where the division of property of any sort, and especially division of the family home, is acrimonious.

Selling a home during divorce is much like selling real estate any other time, except that the groundwork needs to be laid and settled beforehand as to who gets what.

Remember, the home was purchased for each party; even if one did more than the other, each wants his and her cut. If both sides don’t agree outside of court, either on your own, through mediation with divorce mediators or with your attorneys, the decision is going to be left to the judge. This is not a good option and is not recommended because at the end the judge rarely decides exactly as either party would like. That is why it is always best for the spouses to work out and come to an agreement beforehand. The best solution for many is to sell the home. 

Crucial items need to be agreed upon such as which agent is acceptable to both parties; the asking price should be agreed upon as well as how to prepare and show the house. Reviewing offers and dividing the cash are other essentials upon which to agree. There are many more options to consider, and we can be of assistance in this area as well.

Luxury Desert Homes is the place for homeowners desiring to sell their home due to a divorce.  Luxury Desert Homes can communicate with divorce attorneys on the same level due to extensive experience handling distressed sales.  We know exactly how to deal with the emotional struggles that can arise during a divorce sale.

Luxury Desert Homes are the best choice to handle a divorce sale no matter where a homeowner lives in Riverside County. Call Luxury Desert Homes today for your initial consultation.

Go to www.luxurydeserthomes.com/divorcevip  to get your FREE report on the five steps to selling a home during a divorce.

Should you be contemplating a divorce or are currently going through a divorce, and a home is involved, mediation should be the first choice and one that you should not overlook.

 

As a trained mediator, I will be more than happy to assist, especially as it relates to the 50 most important decisions that need to be considered and made by both parties.

These include children, income taxes, College, medical insurance, life insurance, support and personal property to name just a few.

So, if you think you need my help, please click here and we can get this trying time to the shortest resolution possible.

Are you thinking of selling your home or buying a home? My passion is for Real Estate, and I would love to share my marketing and sales expertise!

My areas of expertise extend to home sales in the following desert cities of the Coachella Valley in California:  Palm Springs, Palm Desert, Rancho Mirage, Indian Wells, Sun City and La Quinta.

For questions about the selling process of your Palm Springs home, please call Dr. Barry Lotz at Luxury Desert Homes at (760) 574-7676. With many years of experience in handling divorce related real estate sales, our team will help you every step of the way. There is no need for you to do this alone.

NOTE: These 50 Questions are free to clients who list or buy a home through Luxury Desert Homes.

The content available herein is provided for informational and educational purposes only and should not be relied upon as an investment recommendation or legal advice. The publisher makes no representations or warranties as to the accuracy, completeness or timeliness of the information. The information is not intended to provide legal, tax or accounting advice. Use of any information, materials, and opinions given or discussed is at the User's own risk. You as the reader are encouraged to review this information with a lawyer experienced in the disposal of real estate and divorce law.

 

 
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