Real Estate in Mesa and Maricopa County

While the majority of real estate firms do not have the knowledge or desire to help those facing pre-foreclosure, our team at Worry Free Short Sale Network will exhaust all resources in our efforts to sell your home and save your credit. Below are just a few of our strengths which differentiate us from other agencies:

  • Over 25 residential sales per month
  • Transactions totaling $2,000,000 to $5,000,000 per month
  • Member CRS, and GRI
  • Over 20 plus years of experience in Arizona

Our Worry Free Short Sale Team

  • Specializes in short sales
  • Extremely experienced team
  • Highly trained negotiators
  • Strong inside relationships with over 200 lenders
  • Our short sale packages get expedited quickly
  • Inside knowledge on lending, banking, and real estate
  • Proprietary database
  • Investment team enables quick sales
  • Unique marketing system

We specialize in all of Arizona including Phoenix, Scottsdale, Maricopa,  East Valley, Mesa, Tempe, Chandler, Gilbert, Queen Creek, West valley Glendale, Litchfield Park, Surprise, and all other Arizona cities.

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7/17/2019 4:45:04 AM

Viewing today’s mortgage rates in context Mortgage rates are near historic lows, but maybe you’ve heard that nagging voice, the one which says “wait just a little longer. Rates can […]

7/17/2019 4:30:58 AM

Confidence in the housing market remains near an all-time high. According to new data, consumers are especially optimistic about mortgage rates and home prices.

7/17/2019 4:30:57 AM

Mortgage rates today are driven by movements in financial markets worldwide. When the economy heats up, bond price drop, and rates increase. When the economy pulls back, interest rates tend to fall.

7/16/2019 4:45:34 AM

Home prices are high but there's hope for home buyers. Falling rates should make homeownership more affordable as the Fed seeks to cut rates in 2019.

7/16/2019 4:30:44 AM

Mortgage rates today are driven by movements in financial markets worldwide. When the economy heats up, bond price drop, and rates increase. When the economy pulls back, interest rates tend to fall.