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What You Should Know About Short Sales and Short Payoffs
What You Should Know About Short Sales and Short Payoffs

When you sell your home for less than the amount you owe on your mortgage, this is known as a short sale if to a third party, or a short payoff if made directly to, or submitted by, the borrower themself. Resolving a mortgage loan with either a short sale or short payoff ...

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