Guillermo Fernandez – Miami’s one-stop broker for Short Sale transactions
I have been working the Miami Short Sale market since the beginning of the market crash we had The now famous real estate crash of 2008. The Miami Real Estate market has been experiencing good steady appreciation since then so the number of active short sales on the market has been decreasing since then. Current Miami market short sale actives account for only about 2% of the inventory is short sale related. In the more heavily inventoried areas of Dade County like the Brickell/Downtown area and Miami Beach areas the percentage is even lower. Even though the number has been dropping the demand for expertise and know how about how to deal with the short sale transaction has continued to be there and I have continued to stay on top of the current market trends and processes as the banks have adjusted to a more “normal short sale market” than we had during the 2008 financial crisis. As a short sale realtor in Miami I have closed many transactions with many different banks so I am very familiar with all the processes and regulations pertaining to this area of the real estate process. For a sample of the some of the properties that are available you can visit my DADE COUNTY SHORT SALE LISTINGS page and see the actual live inventory.
The hard part about the short sale situations for consumers is often times knowing when to pull the plug. Once a person or family struggles with their efforts to keep a property with a financial hardship that forces them to think about what options they have in relationship to their real estate obligations and other financial components. This is were I usually get a phone call from a client in dire frustration seeking some form of relief for what seems at times a no win situation. The process of a short sale in Miami has not changed that much from that peak time to now. The only thing I am seeing is that since this is not a huge part of the day to day problems a bank has to deal with their short sale departments have been reduced and downsized over time and sometimes the level of support we got accustomed to when the short sale market was at it’s peak leaves me wishing we were back in those times. But not for long !! I would rather have the healthier market we have now and really for the general good of the public, short sales are not the type of thing most folks want to be in the predicament of having to do one. Because I am a specialist in short sales I will be able to help you navigate the unknown waters of the Short Sale market.
As part of the marketing I will do for your property this will include all the available tools we have in our RE/MAX tools of marketing . I am well versed with using Facebook so you can find me there at : FACEBOOK Business . As your marketing expert and social media marketer I will be using all available avenues and utilize them for maximum exposure of your property during the marketing phase of the process. I can also be found in my Google Business Profile were you will find my google profile.
I am glad to say that my know how and expertise is still being utilized and exercised with regular frequency since the total number of agents that can do a short sale has decreased. Not too many are certified as I am, a Certified Distress Property Expert, and have done several hundred transactions since 2008. As of today there are roughly 168 short sales in an inventory of 16,391 active listings.
Guillermo Fernandez – Short Sale Specialist latest video on a short sale located in Kendall area of Miami, zip code 33186. Also the second video is of another short sale listing, listed in Miami Beach, zip code 33139.