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First Team agent releases new short sale guide

July 9, 2012

Agent Paul Mandeville with the First Team Huntington Beach-Warner office has released a new book called “Should I Short Sale My Home?” The book is a how-to guide for under water, distressed homeowners. Millions of homeowners will benefit from Paul’s expertise on how to short sell a home, invaluable information at a time when the nation’s housing market is devastated by millions of distressed homeowners thrust into foreclosure.

Paul co-authored the book with Tim and Julie Harris, founders of Harris Real Estate University in Las Vegas, Nev., the nation’s leading coaching and training program for real estate professionals.

"Should I Short Sale My Home?"

“Should I Short Sale My Home?” by First Team agent Paul Mandeville

The short sale of a property allows the distressed owner to find a buyer for their home before being forced into foreclosure. The owner can use proceeds to repay their lender, even if the amount is less than what they actually owe on the property. In the current economy, nearly all lenders are willing to consider short sales, as they are less costly and time-consuming than foreclosures.

“The book has been an invaluable tool for homeowners to see how to work with sellers and lenders on complicated short sales. In Orange County, hundreds of homes are in some stage of foreclosure. The best action against foreclosure is a short sale,” Paul said, “It is so rewarding to be able to help families save their homes from foreclosure.”

Tim and Julie said, “Realtors, such as Paul, have valuable training in short sales and can offer homeowners a better alternative to foreclosure, which inevitably destroys their credit rating and prevents them from having the ability to purchase a new home.”

Call today for your copy of this new book or leave a recorded message at (714) 465-4135. If you are under water on your mortgage, call Paul for a free consultation at his cell (562) 304-8433 or visit

5 Comments leave one →
  1. July 10, 2012 11:38 pm

    Looks great. Can you fix the “” link above? (It goes to 404 error message.)

  2. July 24, 2012 7:34 pm

    The link is working now 🙂
    Thanks for following-up.

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