If you are in danger of losing your home to a foreclosure, bankruptcy is not your only option. An alternative exists that may allow you to keep your home without the necessity of filing bankruptcy.

Through a negotiated short sale of your home, you can avoid bankruptcy, satisfy your home mortgage and owe no further home loan payments. To learn more about short sales and how our attorneys can help you, contact the law office of Hamilton & Hamilton. We are located in Waltham, Massachusetts, and are pleased to represent clients statewide throughout Massachusetts.

We offer a free consultation to discuss your legal rights and options. To contact our firm, call 781.894.8700 or 866-586-2209 . You may also contact us by e-mail.


What Is a Short Sale and How Does It Work?


If we are retained to handle your case, we will negotiate with your home mortgage lender directly on your behalf. We will negotiate to pursue a short sale agreement which allows you to sell your home at an amount that is less than your current mortgage debt. When your home is sold, your mortgage lender will take the profits from the sale of your home, but you will not be required to pay any remaining debt that is not covered by the sale of your home.


Are You Looking to Buy a Home in Foreclosure?


Due to our relationships with mortgage lenders and knowledge of local real estate markets, we are able to help clients locate homes for sale that are in the process of foreclosure.


Contact Us

To speak with a lawyer at our firm about a short sale or other residential real estate matter, contact Hamilton & Hamilton. Call our firm at 781.894.8700 , toll free 866-586-2209 or contact us by mail.