sell my home: Bellevue Short Sale Question: My Lender Is Charging The Buyer A Fee To Buy My House - 05/06/13 07:47 AM
Bellevue WA – The Stop Foreclosure Institute recently received a question from Brandon. Brandon is selling his house and something very interesting happened.
Brandon’s Question: “My lender is tring to charge a 1% short sale processing fee to the buyer. Is that legal? The buyer is upset. They have stipulated that ONLY the buyer can pay the fee. This was never revealed until the short sale approval letter arrived. Brandon.”
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Our comments on this. Yes, the buyer is upset. Buyers think they are in control in today’s market. … (0 comments)

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sell my home: 3 Common Mistakes Being Made On Bellevue Short Sales - 03/13/13 06:02 AM
Bellevue WA – I see a lot of agents making mistakes on short sale property valuation. Lenders hire a supposedly impartial third party to value the property.
Many of these people are evaluating 10 properties a day. There is very little quality control and usually no one checks their work.
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Because of that, I always try to meet them at the home when they are doing their inspection. I explain the history of the property and why it is selling for that price.
The lender will … (0 comments)

sell my home: Thinking About Short Selling Your Upside Down Bellevue Home? Here Is Why A Short Sale Causes Your Home To Sell For More - 03/06/13 04:34 AM
Bellevue WA – People often wonder why their lender will release their debt in a short sale.
Most lenders don’t like to release the debt. But, they agree to do it because they know that policy nets them more money.
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They net more because a home usually sells for more money as a short sale versus after it has been foreclosed upon. Let’s go thru a few examples.

See the home in the picture above? You can see that it is good shape. Most short sales … (0 comments)

sell my home: Bellevue Short Sale Question: Accept Only One Offer At A Time Or Multiple Offers? - 09/05/12 04:25 AM
Bellevue WA – There is a debate among short sale realtors on how to handle offers on short sales. Some realtors think you should accept only one offer on a short sale and then push that offer thru with the lender.
Another group thinks an agent should keep soliciting offers until the lender approves one.
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There are pros and cons for each group’s idea. I personally think that a middle ground is best. If you submit multiple offers, then the short sale negotiator may get confused.
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