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The Short Sale Savior Paperback – May 1, 2009
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I'd say the book contains no more in depth info than you can learn through a good (and free) Google-ing of "short sale", "foreclosure", and "credit report". There wasn't much (or any, if memory serves?) written about what seems the most important caveat this year to potential short sellers: the Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act of 2012...
Our conclusion is the book was a jolly good marketing ploy and we are grateful for Amazon's return policy.
The information in this book, although not new, may be helpful to some and it's obvious the lady knows what she's talking about. The problem is she should stick to talking. Writing is definitely not her forte. Honestly, how she got published is a mystery. I found myself wanting to throw the book at the wall several times and I probably would have had I not felt she has something of value to offer. So, I kept plodding along. Should've thrown it.
Did I find the info valuable? Not especially, although that's not her fault. Most short sale information, especially what she writes about, can be had with a few clicks of a mouse on the Internet.
Although I have great respect for the woman's (I can't bring myself to call her an author) experience in the real estate business, I can't recommend this book. Don't waste your money.