Seeking Expert Advice From a Divorce Mortgage and Real Estate Expert in Fort Collins, Colorado

The decisions you make during the divorce process can affect your finances for years to come. This is especially true when it comes to deciding what to do with your marital home. Working with a divorce mortgage and real estate expert  in Fort Collins, Colorado, can help you make the right decision now so you can enjoy a financially secure future.

Handling Real Estate in a Divorce

It’s never easy to decide how assets you acquired during your marriage should be divided, but it’s especially difficult to determine what you should do with the home you shared.

There are typically three options:

  • You can sell the home and split any profit from the sale with your spouse.
  • One spouse can keep the home, buy-out the other spouse’s share of the home’s equity and refinance the mortgage into just their name.
  • You can continue to co-own the home, however, in my experience, that usually doesn’t

work out well for most people.

Working With a Divorce Mortgage and Real Estate Expert in Fort Collins

A divorce mortgage and real estate expert can walk you through these various options and provide guidance on what is 1) financially feasible and 2) even if it is feasible, does it really make sense for you and your financial future?

If you need help understanding the financial implications of the real estate of your divorce, contact Next Act Properties at (800) 795-2445.

Jeffrey A. Landers is the Founder and CEO of Next Act Properties, Inc. which provides real estate and mortgage solutions for divorcing and divorced people.

He is a Certified Divorce Lending Professional (CDLP™), Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA™) and a Licensed Real Estate and Mortgage Broker.

Jeff has been helping divorcing clients since 2010. With a firm understanding and knowledge of divorce mortgage guidelines along with all the other financial and legal complexities inherent in divorce, Next Act Properties is the ideal advisor when real estate, mortgages and family law intersect.

Jeff earned his BA degree in Psychology from Columbia University and studied Law at Pace University School of Law.