As someone who has personally suffered through a divorce
, I know how painful the experience can be. And when coupled with the fact that the family home or other assets must be sold as a result of the separation, it's like being kicked while you are already down. It's an emotional time.
Whether you and your ex have mutually decided to sell your Sacramento-area home
, or if the sale has been ordered by the court, it can be a delicate situation having to go through that process. Plus there are a few transactional nuances your agent must be familiar with to properly sell
. I have lots of experience helping separating couples sell property. I realize that perhaps you don't want to even be in the same room as your ex, not to mention sitting at the table signing documents and such.
Selling a home during separation
is about untying the financial binds of your relationship, finding closure, and moving on. I know this will be a stressful process (as if the divorce itself isn't stressful enough!), however my goal when helping those during separation is to make the selling process as painless as possible.
I can accommodate special circumstances, including but not limited to:
-Meeting with you both separately to sign documents or arranging for mobile "digital" signatures;
" for one spouse, if he/she just doesn't want to be involved;
-Arranging for temporary storage of assets or clean-out/trash-out;
-Coordinating details with your attorneys, if they are involved in the transaction;
-Negotiating a short sale
with your lender(s), if you do not have equity in your home;
It's not my job as your real estate agent
to pass judgment or take sides. I'm your resource to get through this process as painlessly as possible. Fees for my services come directly from the sales proceeds of the house, so I don't require a "retainer" or advance payment as many divorce attorneys do. I welcome your call at 916-342-1372 or email@example.com
*Divorces are complex legal processes. I am a CalBRE licensed real estate broker (#01706589), however I do not practice law. If you need legal or tax advice, please consult qualified professionals.