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Home Source Realtors earn foreclosure certification

The Home Source, Realtors Qualifying Broker Linda Huff and Olivia Marquez, who is with the company’s Fayette office in Peachtree City, now hold the nationally recognized Short Sale and Foreclosure Resource (SFR) certification, specially equipping them to help buyers and sellers with these complicated transactions.

Nearly one-third of recently sold existing homes were foreclosures or short sales, according to a recent survey from the National Association of Realtors (NAR), who offers offers the certification.

Having earned the SFR certification, Linda and Olivia not only can assist sellers maneuver the complexities of short sales, but can help buyers pursue short sale and foreclosure opportunities.

The certification program includes training on qualifying sellers for short sales, negotiating with lenders, protecting buyers, and limiting risk. It also provides resources for staying current on national and state-specific information as the market for these distressed properties evolves.

For more information call 770-487-9722.

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