WE ARE YOUR DIVORCE REAL ESTATE SPECIALISTS!
With the national divorce rate between 40%-50%, the family home remains one of the most valuable assets in divorce that typically must be sold. NOT selling the house is among the riskiest divorce options and can potentially have future disastrous results.
To protect your rights NOW, you need a real estate agent who specializes in divorce real estate – a RCS-D TM (Real Estate Collaborative Specialist-Divorce) REALTOR? .
As RCS-DTM REALTORS?, Cheryl Lynch Group is specially trained to neutralize divorce real estate and treat the house sale as a business transaction, working in the ?best interest of the house? and each divorcing spouse.
Where one spouse retains the house post divorce, either or both spouses risk significant, adverse exposure from liens/clouded title, mortgage/consumer credit decline, default/foreclosure, bankruptcy, and other potentially devastating post-divorce financial/standard of living issues.
We help you make informed decisions re: the financial and emotional interaction between the disposition of the former family home and issues of title/joint tenancy, real property and other assets such as valuation of property, calculation of current and future house equity, capital gains and other tax and deduction issues, post-divorce standard of living, professional cooperation for mutual gain (time/effort/money) and emotional closure.
To ensure a successful resale (less time for the most money), we explore the latest in strategic home preparation featuring Condition (professional home/termite inspectors, home repair and improvement experts) and Presentation (decluttering, depersonalizing, strategic cleaning, home staging, etc.). We leverage the expertise of divorce and Real Estate Related Professionals (family law attorneys, title companies, mortgage experts, finance/tax professionals, insurance advisors, emotional/psychological experts, etc.) working for the ?best interest of the house? and each divorcing spouse.
Cheryl Lynch Group is essential for divorcing home owners to successfully represent the seemingly separate interests of divorcing homeowners. This is especially true given sellers are many times at odds with the sale and each other.
BOTTOM LINE, What you don’t know during your divorce will hurt you long after the divorce is finalized. Major mistakes in divorce real estate are preventable during your divorce but are not fixable after your divorce. Keep in mind divorce does not automatically cancel or sever your joint mortgage or any joint ownership of your house. These mistakes often result in damaged credit, mortgage default, foreclosure or even bankruptcy. These mistakes ruin finances, families and futures years after divorce.
To protect yourself and your financial future, make sure you know what you owe, what you own, what you are getting into, what you are getting out of, and most importantly – what you may be getting stuck with … before it’s too late!
Whether your divorce is completed, just beginning or somewhere in between, Cheryl Lynch Group can help you determine your best options now for a fair property settlement and a stronger financial future.