The Snyder Group Makes Move To Keller Williams Realty Las Vegas
24-Dec-2011 | News-Press Release
?We are so excited to be a part of the Keller Williams Realty Las Vegas family and culture,? said Dale Snyder, who is the CEO and founder of The Snyder Group at Keller Williams Realty Las Vegas. ?Though change can be difficult, through this we will grow. This transition is an important move for the Snyder Group.?
The Snyder Group specializes in Las Vegas short sales, assisting homeowners who are underwater on their homes and helping investors find the right investment property. The company also offers prospective clients a free consultation with an attorney, who provides clarification to any questions that a homeowner may have.
?For many homeowners, conducting a Las Vegas short sale is the best option,? continued Snyder. ?By doing so, the homeowner can get out from under the home without being forced into foreclosure. Not only is this good in terms of remaining debt-free, but it also has less of an impact on the homeowner?s credit rating. Since we also work directly with investors, we are often able to help homeowners find a buyer rather quickly.?
To qualify for a short sale, homeowners must meet certain criteria and must complete extensive negotiations with the lender. While lenders are not quick to agree to a short sale, most realize it is better than allowing a home to go into foreclosure. According to Snyder, the cost for the bank to foreclose versus doing a short sale is in the $50,000 range.
?The Las Vegas real estate market has been volatile over the last few years,? said Snyder. ?Many lenders have taken significant losses. Short sales generally allow them to recoup more of the money than they would if they allowed the home to go into foreclosure.?
To learn more about Keller Williams Realty, Inc. visit the company?s website. For additional information about The Snyder Group at Keller Williams Realty Las Vegas visit them online.
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