Posted on Nov 24, 2012 in Roseville and Sacramento Short Sale FAQs

Hi this is Mark Peek with Keller Williams Real Estate in Roseville and Sacramento, your short sale specialist for the area. Today’s topic is Metlife mortgages and short sales. If you have a mortgage with Metlife, you’ll probably find that the servicing for your loan is going to be transferring over to Chase. There’s a lot of this going on right now where a lot of banks are selling their servicing off to other financial institutions and in this case Chase is actually increasing their portfolio. Again, if your mortgage is with Metlife it will be transferring over to Chase shortly; if you have any questions about this transfer or are considering a short sale, it’s in my opinion that it’s an upgrade for you with switching over to Chase.

If you have any specific questions about your situation and are considering a short sale one of the things I’d like to recommend to you is that you check out my short sale calculator. If you enter in your property and loan information, such as monthly mortgage payment, remaining principal amount and interest rate, it’ll give you a detailed report with how long it’s going to take for you to break even and whether you should stay in the property or do a short sale. Use that tool and once you get the results give me a call so that I can give you the most up-to-date valuation data that we have. Some of the property valuation from Zillow isn’t always current; they’re a little bit behind and we’ve had a market increase, so it’s not entirely accurate.

Give me a call and I can ensure that you have the most accurate data with regards to your home’s value. I can also provide you with the information and resources you need to determine if a short sale is the right decision for you at this time.

Download My Foreclosure Prevention Package, or get started now by using my Short Sale Calculator

More Short Sale Articles

Leave a Comment