HELP U KEEP HOME OFFERS A "SHORT SALE" THEN "BUY
Update August 21, 2013 Everyone knows how
short sales work. The way most people understand the regulations of a short sale, you must sell your home to an independent
party in an "arm's length transaction." But there is an exception to the rule and that exception could allow
you to keep living in your home after the short sale and then allow you the possibility to buy it back for up to three years
after the short sale.
Realtor Huan Luyen of the company called Help U Keep Home in
Fountain Valley explained this plan and program to me. He said that the government regulations for short sales allow
you to sell your home to a non-profit organization and then the non-profit can sell the home back to you while allowing you
to lease back the home for a period of time.
Help U Keep Home is working with a non-profit
organization that will in fact buy distressed homes through a short sale, and then allow the sellers to lease back the home
for up to three years, and also allow the original owners to buy back the home at a fair market value price anytime for up
to three years. In fact, you can buy back the home as quickly as one day after the short sale of your home to the non-profit.
This program literally means that a family doing a short sale of their home may never have to move out
of it, and while they straighten out their finances, they can lease the home and remain in it for up to three years and then
they even can buy it back at the prevailing fair market value.
What makes this package
even better is that the Help U Keep Home company has identified a bank in Irvine, California that is committed to quickly
lend money to families who were forced to use the short sale option. In some cases, these "short sale families"
can get loan money one day after the short sale to buy their home back from the non-profit.
The package is totally legal, says Huan Luyen of Help U Keep Home. Our Best Buys TV Show report is below.Help U Keep Home866-944-8642DRE # 01515480NMLS # 1004623