What to do with the family home is one of the BIG questions you have when considering or navigating a divorce. It's a high ticket item and subject that can trigger a lot of emotions, as well as fear about your future. Divorce And Keeping The House
Working with a CDRE's (certified divorce real estate expert) can be a HUGE value add. Alex Beattie, a.k.a. The Divorce Planner, spoke with California-based CDRE Selina St. Clair about how working with a CDRE can benefit you. divorce and the family house
"The last thing you want to do is negotiate to keep the family home during divorce only to find yourself unable to carry all of the costs associated with that property and in debt a year or two later."
In the 25 minute conversation below, Selina drops lots of great tips, including:
• What happens if your name is on the property deed but not on the mortgage divorce and the family house
• What happens if your name is on the mortgage but not the property deed
• What CDRE's offer to people considering a separation or divorce, and have marital property
• When you should consult a CDRE
• How CDRE's being a neutral third-party benefits both spouses
• Why assessing your finances before starting any conversation about keeping or selling the family home is critical
• How CDRE's not only assess property value, but also connect you with mortgage brokers who specialize in divorce and refinancing
• And More!
And before making any big decision about what you're going to do with the family property, make sure to ask yourself these 4 Questions before you commit to keeping your home.