Thanks, but Banks don't take Thanks is something I want so bad to share with some clients. This morning I read a post by Diane Wheatly (you can read the post here) and it made me reflect on how often our job is paid with nothing but thanks. I have a couple kids that like every other client these days is looking for that screaming deal. To find the bargain they need we have looked at mostly foreclosures and short sales.....several of them. At least they decided to look 50 miles away from my office so every trip out is a journey. Usually the husband rides with me and we meet his wife where ever we end up looking. They are not offer shy, they have wrote several but are not overly realistic in patience. I have explaining several times how the short sale process works and thought they had it down. Back in late March we wrote an offer on a home. It had sold the year previous for $230K and we were accepted at $90K. Being a short sale it would take a while to work out the kinks but it looked good. Here we are in August, getting towards the end and they decide it is crazy they should have to wait this long so they are backing out. Wth? I again explained the short sale process and received a complementary "Thanks for all my time and trouble". Standing there wondering what had took place I couldn't help but think Thanks, but Banks don't take Thanks. Best of luck in all you do and thanks for reading.
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