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Selling a house in maximum profit needs deep market analysis. Real estate sales peak in few months and it's always good to sell your property in peak season. I would suggest you to consult some professional expert for the same.
You have provided too little information for all the "experts" on Zillow to offer real and constuctive advice. YOu do only have the four options mentioned above plus the option of remaining in the home.
You should seek the advice of a financial planner and attorney. You need to know what your actual net worth is today, what you project it will be in a year and then in two years when the ARM adjusts. While a foreclosure is terrible in the short term, a continued decline or accelarated loss of net worth may be harder to overcome than a few years without the ability to buy shelter. In many of nor most cases a short sale is no better for your credit rating than a foreclosure.An attorney will guide and advise you according to your contractual obligations and state laws. You should begin today rather than put off what is going to be uncomfortable before it becomes unbearable.
Are you happy with where you live? You can afford your payments now, but can you afford them after the rate resets? If you plan to be in your home for many years, prices will go back up. I know it is upsetting to be upside down, but if you like your location and do not have to move, maybe an option is to wait it out. Of course, if you can not afford your payments after the rate resets, your options are as the others have said. Check to see if you can do a loan modificationhttp://makinghomeaffordable.gov/ This site will guide you. Don't pay someone to do the modification for you, work with the bank yourself. The website will help you determine if you qualify.
Nate,The future is speculative so that's what you get back - speculation. Most economists feel we're at bottom but the rate of growth, the shape of the curve, is dependent on many variables. HopeNow.com, 888-995-4673, provides free qualified counsel and guidance for folks in mortgage distress.If short sale turns out your best option read this paper that explains the process and bookmark the page, part of a superb free online real estate primer.
Best fortune... legislation and regulation are in flux, shoot everything is, so keep at it.
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