Real Estate Issues during Divorce


One of the first things that needs to be dealt with after entering the divorce process is the division of assets. For most people, their homes and rental properties are at the top of the list and this is not an something to take lightly.

Our guest is Randy Morrow, a Certified Real Estate Divorce Specialist. Randy approaches divorce realty with a collaborative attitude. It isn’t just about helping divorcing couples sell their homes, it is about the selling experience for the clients during the divorce; and what happens to the clients after the divorce.

Having gone through the terrible ordeal of divorce himself; and then the years following as he uncovered and battled to overcome the layers of self-doubt; lack of confidence; low self-esteem; facing up to fears, etc.; Randy passes on these lessons to his clients (if they choose to talk about them) so that the healing in their lives can improve faster.

Topics in the program include:

  • What’s the difference between a typical Realtor and a Certified Real Estate Divorce Specialist?
  • Should you keep of sell the house?
  • Splitting rental propertiies in a divorce
  • What happens if one of the spouses owned the home prior to the marriage?
  • What to do if you owe more than the home is worth?
  • Is bankruptcy an option?

And much more, including Randy’s own personal wisdom learned from going this same path.

For more on Randy Morrow, visit: http://www.novapropertydivorce.com/Randy_Morrow_Realtor/Home.html

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