Solana Beach Short Sales for sale are disappearing from the market. In fact, as the economy begins to slowly climb back to a stable place ALL short sales are going. But before the Solana Beach Short Sales actually do go the way of the Dodo, I’d thought I give a chance to buy a great home, for a great price with minimum hassle.

Now, if you know ANYTHING about short sales you’re probably thinking that I’m either A) Horrible misinformed or B) Stark raving mad. Because short sales, by their very nature are a bit of a hassle. Here’s why. A short sale is a house that was purchased at the peak of the homes market. Which means they were normally bought somewhere between 2005-2008. Well, we all know what happened in 2008. There was a catastrophic collapse in the world economies. Which means that those homes that were purchased at top dollar, were no longer worth what the home owners were paying for them. Which in turn means that if you wanted to sell your home you would be under on it and take a HUGE loss. Which is just not if you’re buying a short sale in Solana Beach.

Now at first you might be thinking, “Wait, what’s so bad about that. These homes are cheaper now. I want to be one!” And you’d be right. They are cheaper. They’re also being sold by the owner, who is trying to get the highest possible price for their home. Which means that they’ll list the house at a lower than market place value to pique the interest of buyers like you and then they’ll play offers off of each other, creating a bidding war for the house.


Now you’re probably thinking that I’m just out of my mind completely for saying “hassle free” earlier. Well, with it is hassle free to buy a short sale in Solana Beach. See, with OpenOffer all you do is sign up, set your bargaining amounts and sit back. You simply wait until your desired price is met and then once it is you pull the trigger. Get it? Hassle free.

Short Sales in Solana Beach for sale will be gone before you know it. Let get you a great deal on an amazing home.

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