Albritton Real Estate
Doris S. Albritton
3030 Mission Oaks
Bartow, FL 33830
Phone: (863) 533-7388
- List your home for sale.
- List your commercial property for sale.
- Helping you find a home.
- Helping you find a commercial location.
- Helping you with a short sale.
- Helping you to avoid foreclosure.
- Help you to get to know the Bartow area.
Fundraisers We Support
- Relay For Life
- American Heart Association
- Making Strides for Breast Cancer
- Women's Care Center
- Church Service Center
- Women in Philanthropy
- St. Judes Children's Hospital
Going Green Commitments
- It is vital to treat our environment with respect and to reuse, recycle, and remember to try to make the world a better place for the future home owners of tomorrow!
Hours of OperationPlease call at your convenience.
Welcome to Bartow, located in the heart of Polk County. As the county seat, Bartow is uniquely positioned between Lakeland & Winter Haven and a few minutes from the Polk Parkway, positions Bartow between Tampa & Orlando.
There is nothing like "small town" living. With a deeply rooted sense of community, historic Bartow is the perfect place to nest and find your forever home, or join a vibrant business community supported by a very active Chamber of Commerce to help your business grow and prosper.
Two of Bartow's innovative business women with an extensive history of Bartow, join together to bring you professional real estate services, Albritton Real Estate, with Doris Seng Albritton, Broker/Realtor & Mayme Burdin-Clark, Realtor, are here to serve your real estate needs specializing in residential, commercial, land and grove property.
List your home with us now!
Ask us about how we can help you with a "Short Sale".
Doris & Mayme with Albritton Real Estate, are here to help you...call us today!
There has never been a better time to invest in Real Estate!
Did you know. . ,
Short sale vs. Foreclosure
A homeowner losing a home to foreclosure may be a very painful experience. A foreclosure can affect a person's credit history and become a problem if they ever want to borrow money to own something again in the future. Most foreclosures tend to be the result from owner/owners losing their job, illness, divorce, accidents, and many other factors.
A foreclosure is the result of a lender taking the borrower's house after they can no longer make mortgage payments. There are many types of foreclosure with the two most widely types being a judicial sale and a power of sale. A foreclosure by judicial sale is the sale of the property under order of a court. A foreclosure by power of sale is the process that involves the sale of the home without the court's involvement.
The mortgage lender and borrow can avoid foreclosure by attempting a negotiated sale of the property called a short sale. A short sale is a type of real estate sale where the homeowner can try and sell the property for less then the amount owed on the loan balance to avoid foreclosure. This type of sale requires approval from the bank or lender. The bank will consider this type of sale only if the sale cost will result in fewer costs than the home going into foreclosure. If the home goes into foreclosure, the bank acquires costs with the loss on the loan, plus the costs that accompany the vacant foreclosed home.
Short sales have many benefits and can be very profitable for a homebuyer. A potential buyer can negotiate a sale on a home for less than what the home is worth. The sale of the home must first be approved by all three parties; the bank, the homeowner, and homebuyer.
National Association of Realtors
Florida Association of Realtors
East Polk County Association of Realtors
Mid-Florida Multiple Listing Service
Bartow Chamber of Commerce
Bartow Crickett Club