If you are considering a short sale of your home in New Jersey, you need good advice from the very beginning. While there are government programs out there that are designed to help homeowners in financial distress, these programs are very complicated and you need someone that can explain your options in plain English.
This is where the Law Offices of Tessa L. Schultz can help. Her team can negotiate on your behalf with the bank to make the transition out of your home go smoothly. We are well versed on the laws and programs available in the state of New Jersey. Our goal is to make your transition as smooth as possible. We charge a nominal up front fee to initiate your short sale process, and in some cases our remaining fee is paid directly by the bank or lender at closing.
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Tessa handled the closing on my house, she saved us a few thousand dollars because she found something in the contract we would have never thought of. Thank you so much!!
— Wanda T. Jan 20, 2013Always exceeds my clients expectations.
I have referred Tessa to my borrowers on several occasions. She always exceeds my clients expectations.! Always thorough, and accurate. She is the “cream of the top” real estate attorney.
— Leslie Larson, Fairfield NJ Apr 28, 2012Law Office of Tessa L. Schultz is rated 5/5 based on 5 reviews.Very professional
After trying to deal with the bank on my own and getting nowhere, I called Tessa and was immediately assured that she knew what she was doing. Tessa and her staff handled my short sale in a timely and professional manner. I highly recommend.
— Sheila M., Irvington Nov 30, -0001
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