One of the more common complaints about the short sale process is that it is, well, hardly short.
Tonight's Money Watch Q & A guest will explain a new option to expedite the process. Gabriel Larkins is with the Larkins & Plevel Group at Chase International. His team says some banks are now playing a more proactive role in short sales; they will determine the value of the property and name a sales price. In turn, the Larkins & Plevel Group says homeowners are given full debt relief and short sales are escalated. This is especially important right now because the Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act is set to expire December 31, 2012.
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