Short Sales In Maryland

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A small detail like this could put you in jeopardy when doing a short sale.

Are you, as a seller supposed to sign a HUD-1 in a prepared short sale package?

The answer is a big NO!

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Satar Naghshineh
Satar - Amiri Property and Financial Services Corp. - Irvine, CA

Some banks, such as WAMU, are requiring seller signatures on the HUD-1 being submitted. I don't understand why it is a big deal. It basically states that the seller has seen and agrees to the estimated loss. Besides, they will need to eventually sign it anyway (at least in California).

Care to shed some light as to why this is a big No-No?


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