Banks, mortgage companies, servicers, credit unions - whatever name they give themselves, they have something in common when you have a seller who needs a short sale - they hold liens on the property. But more than that, they can all be hard to reach, hard to get a response from, irritating, disappointing, and frustrating. Believe me, I know what you're going through if you find yourself fighting an uphill battle with your seller's lender. I've been doing this for over four years, and I still have days when I just barely have the patience to keep calling them.
Many different lenders have different departments, packages, guidelines, and procedures. And they expect YOU to know those already. You may spend a month trying to get information on a short sale offer only to be told that someone was confused, and sent the package you submitted to the loan mod department instead where it's been sitting for the last three weeks. Don't laugh - it's happened, unfortunately.
You're a REALTOR® - your area of expertise is getting listings, conducting showings, and selling houses, not pushing paper for or negotiating with lenders. If you've been experiencing anything I've mentioned, and you're at the end of your patience with them and like someone to get advice from, give me a call or email - I'm happy to help however I can.
Dedicated To Your Success,
Short Sale Negotiations: you earn FULL COMMISSION and no fee to buyer/seller - www.GreatLakesShortSales.com