Torelli Realty has had an eventful week: the company and Valerie Torelli are honored to have been featured in both The Orange County Register and USA Today. With the state of the U.S. economy today, short sales are a common option for home sellers, consequently making this topic extremely newsworthy. Major real estate reporters across the nation are writing about the benefits—and possible drawbacks—of short sales for the homeowner and the real estate agent. As an experienced and successful agent in short sales, Valerie had the opportunity to share her expertise and experiences with these respected publications.
Valerie was interviewed by Jon Lansner and Jeff Collins of The Orange County Register regarding how short sales are “difficult but doable.” She provided insight into distressed properties in Costa Mesa. The article can be viewed here.
Valerie also spoke with Stephanie Armour, the real estate reporter for USA Today, about the short sale process. The video accompanying the article. which features Valerie at work in Costa Mesa, perfectly captures how involved and laborious a short sale can be. The article and video can be viewed here.
There’s no sugar-coating the economy or the real estate industry these days, but if done right, short sales can be successful and satisfying for all parties involved, particularly the seller, buyer, lender and agent. Admittedly, the short sale process is long and arduous, yet Torelli Realty has proven time and again that it is achievable—the company has closed 100 percent of its short sales, and that’s a track record to be proud of.