Lower Income Due To Job Change
If you originally purchased your house while earning a larger salary that has since declined, you may no longer be positioned to make full payments every month. If you lost your job after buying a home and then took a position with lower pay, you may feel like nothing you do will prevent foreclosure. You could pursue side jobs and alternative income sources, but these additional endeavors are not always a realistic option. If you need a quick solution to get out of your current home and into one that better suits your situation, we invite you to tell us about your home to start the process of receiving your no-obligation offer.
Perhaps you are considering a career change that will fuel your passions, but not your bank account. Your happiness matters, and you may be one step away from forging the path to your dreams. If that step is getting out of your current home and using the additional money to move into a more affordable space, call Compass Home Buyers to get started.
With the state unemployment rate hovering just above 3% for the last quarter of 2019, over 700,000 of our Florida neighbors do not have a stable job that would allow them to pay their mortgage. Whether you have just lost your job, have been searching and applying for months, or cannot work due to disability or other reasons, being unemployed without sufficient savings means paying the mortgage quickly becomes impossible. You can move into a more affordable situation without the burden of your current home by selling it to us for a quick cash payment.
Transition From Dual To Single Income
If your spouse or partner was working when you bought a house together but has since transitioned to staying at home to care for children, a loved one, or for personal or health reasons, you may no longer be able to afford your home. The team at Compass Home Buyers can help you get into a house that fits your budget by buying your current home for cash. Contact us to get your no-obligation offer and close in as few as five business days.