Houston TX 77063 Preforeclosure Shortsale

ShortSale Approval Letter

Short Sale Documents

Shortsale Details

Anticipated Foreclosure DateJun 4, 2013
First Mortgage with Chase$190,000.00
Second Mortgage with Wells Fargo Bank$6,000.00
Total Owed$196,000.00
Market Value$145,000.00
Accepted by Debt Holders$120,000.00
Time to Negotiate Shortsale129 days

Client Testimonial

Short Sale Location

Property Details

AddressHouston, TX 77063
Year Built1962
Subdivision tanglewood

Homeowner Assistance Events

Chase is hosting multi-day Homeowner Assistance Events exclusively for struggling Chase homeowners in eight, major U.S. markets this year. During these events, up to 40 Chase counselors will work with homeowners as long as 12 hours a day for four or five days in a central location, like a civic center or community college.

Homeowners with Chase mortgages can receive the following services at the events:

  • Initial counseling for homeowners applying for a mortgage modification
  • Counseling for customers who are current on their mortgage but are struggling
  • Short-sale assistance for customers who cannot afford their home or don't want to stay in it

They also can:

  • Drop off documents that they need to submit as part of their trial plan
  • Sign final modification documents if they are ready to complete mod agreements

Since 2009, Chase has hired 3,600 additional counselors, hosted and participated in nearly 475 outreach events, and mailed more than 1 million letters to invite customers to events and centers.

Seeking additional help

We're here to help you - and so are a lot of other people.

Chase works with community leaders, housing advocates, public officials and investors to help homeowners stay in their homes. There are many groups and organizations focused on foreclosure prevention that provide information and access to certified counseling services.

Here are additional places you can turn for assistance...

Housing and Urban Development (HUD)-Certified Counseling Agencies

HUD is a U.S. government agency focused on increasing homeownership. You can access the Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUDs) voice response system for a list of approved credit counseling agencies at 800-569-4287.

Check out HUD's Guide to Avoiding Foreclosure


HOPE NOW is an alliance between counselors, servicers, investors and other mortgage market participants with a mission to prevent foreclosures through outreach to borrowers at risk. Chase is a founding member of the HOPE NOW alliance. To obtain more information about HOPE NOW counseling agencies please call 888-995-HOPE (4673).

Visit the HOPE NOW website for more information.

If you live in the state of Washington and would like to speak with a certified housing counselor, call 1-877-894-HOME (4663). The Washington Homeownership Information Hotline and website are resources available exclusively to residents of Washington state.