As a HUD approved nonprofit organization our focus is to help members of our communities. Whether you are looking for short sale guidance or a distressed homeowner in search of foreclosure prevention help, we are here to help you.
Our housing counselors provide advice on short sale, possible tax liabilities and credit issues. They work with you to understand your personal situation and determine what options are best for you. At your direction, we will work with your loss mitigation department to discuss possible solutions. We often have knowledge of local resources that may be available to you.
We are a full service real estate brokerage firm specializing in short sale negotiations serving the Southern California market. Our team is comprised of knowledgeable HUD approved counselors and seasoned Realtor professionals working jointly to meet your needs. At your direction, we will work with you to help you better understand and evaluate your situation. As a nonprofit, our primary focus is to provide you with the right information for you to make the best informed decision. It is important that you understand possible short sale tax liabilities and the California foreclosure law before you make your decisions.
Our short sale service area covers San Bernardino, Los Angeles, Riverside and San Diego Counties. The clear advantage is our cutting edge short sale technology and the many resources available to us as a nonprofit organization.
NPHS Real Estate is a nonprofit company determined to lend a helping hand to members of the community. Our resources will help you better understand the foreclosure procedure and determine what the best option available. We have 18 years of experience as a nonprofit organization we have helped hundreds of families in similar situations. It is important that you understand how to short sale your property before you approach your bank. You need to have the right documentation and a good short sale expert to support you. You also need to understand all possible tax liabilities and be aware that the lender who accepts a short sale might legally pursue you for the difference.