When a marriage dissolves, emotions can run high and overtake reason as couples untangle their finances, routines, and other details of their life together. In addition, a legal process is happening and the sale of the house is under the jurisdiction of the court, making divorce real estate a totally different transaction than any other type of real estate.
Divorce listings are complex and the stakes are high, if the house is handled incorrectly during a divorce, one or both spouses may be ineligible to qualify for a mortgage, and thus unable to finance a new home for years, so it is important to have someone that understands the dynamics of divorce real estate. A real estate professional who understands the complexities of selling a home during a divorce brings compassion that’s just as vital to the process as their business acumen.
If you are considering divorce I encourage you to learn more about the Collaborative Divorce process as an alternative to litigation. It is cost-conscious, family-focused and keeps you in control of your future. To learn more go to: https://ccdp-law.org