Divorce, retirement, bankruptcy and relocation affecting San Diego military homeowners – Sometimes life just happens and for many military homeowners it can hit hard in the pocket book.
The divorce rate for military families has risen higher than the national average over last few years. The impact of multiple deployments is largely behind the cause of many marriages crumbling under the stress and separation of family members.
Those active duty members choosing to retire are finding it difficult to find work in a down economy. Many recent retirees are reporting the challenges of finding work sometimes going beyond a year or more.
Having to relocate on military orders is forcing some families to stay behind while the active duty member transfers because they cannot sell their upside down home. New regulations are slowly being implemented to ease the burden of military families relocating on orders and needing to short sale.
For military home owners in San Diego, there’s a former Navy spouse and real estate agent that’s passionately working to help families who have served our country, find sensible solutions to mortgage issues. Lorraine Santirosa with Keller Williams Realty, works tirelessly to help military families keep their home and prevent foreclosure. According to Lorraine, “military families don’t want a hand out or special favors, just a fair shake.” Most military households have one wage earner are on a fixed budget and work hard to live the American dream. Nobody understands the day to day life of military families like Lorraine because she has lived it.
If you’re facing divorce, retirement, bankruptcy or relocation and need to sell your home, let the military short sale team help you. Http://www.militaryshortsaleteam.com or 619-248-5484.