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With Callie Homes, your local Real El Dorado Hills Estate Agent, expect nothing less than a seasoned professional that will offer around the clock communication & unsurpassed market knowledge!!
Callie Mirsky is the owner-operator of Callie Homes your local Real Estate Agent in El Dorado Hills. Callie has devoted herself to serving the communities within El Dorado, Sacramento, Placer and Amador counties for Navigate Realty. Callie Homes specializes in many Real Estate Transactions, including, but certainly not limited to: New Homes, Investor Properties, Foreclosures, Short Sales, Move Up Buyers, Real Property, Investment Properties, Condos , Residential Homes, Buyer Representation, First Time Buyers, HUD, Referrals, Town-homes, Certified Distressed, Relocation Buyers, Bank Owned Properties, FHA, Resellers, Horse Properties and any other Real Estate Transaction that you might need assistance with!
Callie recently obtained her Broker license and brings with her over 7 years of real estate experience. As a Transaction Facilitator for a small boutique brokerage in El Dorado Hills, she gained direct and extensive knowledge of all aspects of the real estate transaction. Starting out working on the back end of various real estate transactions, she proved herself very thorough and efficient in working with agents, lenders, clients and banks all while managing the necessary paperwork. She obtained her real estate license 5 years ago and has successfully assisted buyers and sellers in traditional, Short Sale and bank owned real estate transactions.
Get the best price on a Short Sale with Callie Homes
We also specialize in short sales at Callie Homes Real Estate Agent in El Dorado Hills. Short sales are sales that happen when the homeowner owes more money on the house than the house itself is worth. In other states, selling a home in this situation means that the homeowner will still have to pay the bank for a house that he or she no longer owns, until the total amount of the debt is paid, because the home sale will not bring in enough money to cover the amount that is still owed to the bank. However, in California, there are rules protecting homeowners from this sort of situation, so that if you have to do a short sale the remainder of your debt to the bank can be forgiven. Of course, you will take a hit to your credit if you have to do a short sale, but this is a small price to pay for financial freedom for many homeowners in underwater mortgages.