Take caution when selling your La Jolla or Rancho Santa Fe home

Posted by Dennis DeSouza on Thursday, December 9th, 2010 at 3:46pm.

Real estate scams are out there, and even careful people who generally make great decisions have had problems. A recent trend for these scammers is to find people who are in danger of foreclosure and trying to sell their homes. These companies promise to help them - for a price. This has happened in La Jolla and throughout San Diego County, and it's still occurring even though the media has cautioned people to avoid it.

People are desperate to get help, and with the unemployment figure at 9.8%, that help isn't coming in the form of a job for a lot of people. That's when they turn to companies that promise to help them avoid foreclosure and get their homes sold. By the time they've gotten to that point, they just want to sell their home and get out from under it, before they end up with a foreclosure on their credit report.

Even those with high-end homes in places like La Jolla and Rancho Santa Fe are struggling right now, because the economy hasn't allowed them the chance to recover. Still, it's best to work with a reputable La Jolla or Rancho Santa Fe real estate agency. Don't fall prey to companies that claim they can help you avoid foreclosure and sell your La Jolla home, especially if they want money up front or an interest in your home in return. If you find a company you really feel might be legitimate, check them out thoroughly online and off. Selling your La Jolla home or Rancho Santa Fe home is important to you, and you shouldn't have to lose it to scammers.

1 Response to "Take caution when selling your La Jolla or Rancho Santa Fe home"

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Posted on Friday, January 13th, 2012 at 11:21pm.

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