agent: How long does my home short sale take to complete after I have a Purchase agreement? - 06/21/10 05:19 AM
The length of time a short sale approval will take is difficult to guess. Here are some estimate, but every lender and every deal is different.
Lenders often find themselves in a tight spot when borrowers default on payments leading often to a foreclosure, or those whose payments are delayed due to various reasons. The approval process in such cases gets delayed and it is not unusual to find bottlenecks along the way, leading to backlogs extending for days, weeks and in some cases, even months at a time.
The short sale process is long and tedious, requiring a detailed set of regulations … (1 comments)

agent: Stop Foreclosure Now! Real help for home owners behind in their loan! Washington Puget Sound area. - 03/13/08 02:33 AM
Stopping Foreclosure Now! Save your home and/or your credit. Here is some basic info about Foreclosures. Read this and then call us ASAP. We deal with homes in the entire Puget Sound area. 253-315-5580
Ways to Stop Foreclosures...
Home owners who are facing foreclosure often dread dealing with the facts that got them to that place. If you think back to when you first bought that home, losing the home was probably the furthest thing from your mind. Few home owners actually plan to go into foreclosure. Reasons For Pending Foreclosure...
Job loss / unexpected unemployment Sudden illness or medical emergency Death in the … (1 comments)

agent: Questions from a new Real Estate agent in the Seattle, Washington area. - 02/26/08 03:57 AM
I recently was questioned from a new Real Estate agent and thought she had some good questions that I answered......
1. What are the communication skills and personal qualities a person needs to be a successful Real Estate Agent?
Answer- I believe communication is very important. You must be able to communicate and make sure your client understands everything about the transaction. Personal qualities are different for every client, but I think one needs to be enjoyable (because you will spend a lot of time with them), business smart (getting them the best deal), and a problem solver (problems always arise in Real Estate). 2. Should one be … (1 comments)

agent: FORECLOSURE HELP NOW! Save your home and equity. Call us today. (Puget Sound area) Seattle, Tacoma, and in between. - 10/16/07 08:52 AM
STOPPING FORECLOSURES ACROSS AMERICA! WE WORK FOR YOU, NOT YOUR LENDER. We have been Saving Homes Across AmericaTM and have over 15 years of combined experience saving homes for people like you. We are experienced Foreclosure Prevention Consultants working together to help you stop the foreclosure process and save your home. We specialize in out-of-court resolutions of government and non-government mortgage delinquencies and foreclosure claims against homeowners. These can be FHA, Rural Administration, VA, Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, or conventional loans, which have become delinquent. Are you behind on your mortgage payments? Are you being threatened with eviction from your home? … (0 comments)

agent: When it rains, it pours! And thats a good thing. - 10/10/07 01:23 PM
 I have been an agent for many years and starting to question the things I have been doing. Obviously, most of us are experiencing a slow market, but it sure seems to weigh on you. Today I had a lot of good things happen and I am back on the happy train! I got mutual acceptance on one of my listings, showed another home that the clients wants to write an offer on, and signed a new listing.
I am not trying to brag, but I just want to offer some support for other agents...Keep planting those seeds and they will sprout before you … (8 comments)

agent: Don't want to hire a Real Estate agent? Evaluate the whole process first! - 10/02/07 08:05 AM
 List of Pros and cons of selling FSBO (For Sale by Owner)
Selling your home without an agent means More Money. If that's not an incentive, what is? By selling it yourself you save the fees or commissions (thousands of dollars) that you would have to pay an agent. But beware, many people make costly mistakes that will cost much more than hiring an agent plus a lot of undesirable stress.
Real estate agents are paid good money for a reason. Selling a home takes a lot of time and energy. Open houses, dealing with potential buyers, closing sales and dealing … (3 comments)

agent: How do Realtors get paid? Here are the facts about agent commissions! - 10/01/07 10:32 AM
How do Realtors get paid? There is often a great deal of confusion regarding how Realtors® are paid. Yes, we are paid a commission, but there are some aspects you probably don't realize. 
Realtors are state licensed Real Estate Agents, Broker/Associates or Brokers. Although business models may vary, Real Estate Companies or Real Estate Agencies are a group of Real Estate Agents and Broker/Associates with a single controlling Broker. These companies come in various sizes and may have one or more individual offices. They can be independent Real Estate companies or franchised Real Estate companies.    The companies that are advertised on television, … (4 comments)

Jason Schweiger, Loan Originator / Branch Manager NFLP (Network Funding LP)

Jason Schweiger

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