About Sir Ashley Harrison

Sir Ashley Harrison is a full-time real estate investor and former criminal defense attorney. He does deals throughout the country.

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Is a Short Sale the Right Choice for You and your Washington DC area property?

Is a Short Sale the right choice for you and your Washington DC Property? If you owe more on your home than it is currently worth and want or need to sell… then you are a prime candidate for a short sale.  Here are a couple of important factors in determining if a short sale […]

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Want to Sell Your Washington DC House Quickly? If so….

Want to Sell My Washington DC House Quickly! We Pay Cash for Houses in Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia! Call 202-888-0560 for a cash offer in hours. www.DCHouseBuyers.net We buy houses in any condition. http://www.DCHouseBuyers.net We pay cash for really ugly houses, and pretty houses. We can help if you are in foreclosure we can […]

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My Washington DC House is Already Scheduled for Auction, is it too late for a Short Sale?

Has your Washington DC House Already Been Scheduled for Auction? Dont Panic its not too late for a Short Sale? Have you received a notice of default or notice of trustee sale from the lender’s attorney?  Dont panic!  As long as you have at least 2 weeks before the auction date, lenders are willing to work with homeowners and […]

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What Can Prevent a Short Sale in the Washington DC area?

What can prevent the short sale of my property in the Washington DC area? In order for a short sale to take place you must provide them with a few documents underlying your financial status, what the lender and stand to make and an offer to purchase your property. Most real estate agents fail to […]

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Selling My House Fast in Washington, DC

You need to sell your Washington, DC house fast right?  If you’re saying… “I’m having the toughest time selling my house fast in Washington, DC“… you’re at the right place 🙂 These tips will help you get your property sold. [NOTE: Most important – if you really need to sell fast, consider the option of […]

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Do You Have Equity in your Washington DC Home? How Can I Spend the Money?

Do You Have Equity in your Washington DC Home? How Can I Spend the Money? Sometimes, life presents you with situations and opportunities that you have prepared for. Other situations are completely unexpected. The equity in your home may be able to help you finance major expenses such as: Major purchases such as  college tuition […]

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What is a Short Sale? Can I Sell my Washington DC Property using a Short Sale?

What is a Short Sale? Can I Sell My Washington DC Property using a Short Sale? A short sale is when a property is sold for less than the balance on the mortgage loan. In other words, the seller of the property owes more than what he or she is selling it for. The mortgage lender (or […]

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Checklist for Selling your Washington DC area House

QUICK CHECKLIST FOR SELLING YOUR WASHINGTON DC AREA HOUSE Following these quick yet simple rules for selling your Washington DC area House quickly: 1. Start planning early Start getting rid of things you dont want. Throw out, donate, or sell the things that you don’t want. 2. Start packing early Anything that you are sure you […]

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Modify My Mortgage for My Washington DC area Property

A mortgage modification is totally different from a loan refinance. When refinancing a loan, you transition from your original loan to a new mortgage (loan), generally with a lower interest rate and lower monthly payments. With a loan modification, your lender adjusts the terms of your current loan to give you a more manageable monthly payment.  The […]

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Can I Refinance My Washington DC Area House if I Am Going Through Foreclosure?

Banks  have tightened underwriting requirements for home refinances due to most recent  mortgage crisis. Thus making it difficult for borrowers to replace a risky home loan with a stable one. However, traditional mortgage rate have gone down significantly recently and that has gotten many homeowners who are going through foreclosure a false sense of hope. […]

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