How to package a Short Sale or The Secret to my Success.

Real Estate Agent with Realty Works

Original content by Sidney Kutchuk 01233850

How to package a Short Sale.
Short Sale ApprovalsI know that one big reason I get my short sales approved is in how they are packaged.

I put myself in the banks negotiator place. They are assigned 100 or more files to handle.They are overwhelmed! How can I make my file file stand out. First I find out what the banks requirements are for their short sale departments.Each bank has their own rules. I feed them exactly what they want, no more and NO less.I make sure its all in order and clear and ez to read.I have invested in a high quality scanner and before I scan the documents I make sure the original are good clean copies.I know for a fact if its hard to read the file will be dumped or pushed aside.Every page must have the sellers loan number this is key.I also have a cover page with all the sellers info in bold.This is a simple process and it WORKS. So keep it simple,clean & lean and to the point.This will get your short sale package through the system not dumped or push aside.

Temecula Short Sale Agent, Cyber Sid at your service,

Sidney Kutchuk  AKA...Cyber Sid
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Comments (1)

Lorraine or Loretta Kratz
Crescent Moon Realty, Inc. & Land N Sea Auctions. - San Marcos, CA
Certified Negotiation Consultants


I find that if you organize the information in a folder with tabs the negotiators are very pleased. I agree getting upfront what is important to each negotiator is the best approach.

Jul 29, 2010 03:02 AM