"thanks for your response. my realtor and i both reached out to gree tree service on separate occasions and were told that they were not allowed to give out that information.when i called, a person from the call center actually gave me…"
I am trying to buy a short sale. I offered full asking price and seller accepted. Two months have gone by and I am wondering if the sellers bank (green tree service)has even received or reviewed the offer. Any way to get info?
"Guess what guys? Perseverance pays off!! I told Nationstar and FNMA that the seller has no incentive to sign the closing papers if he is not going to get the relo money promised him back in March! and walla! they agreed…"
"In most cases the buyer can contribute to Navy Fed. Like Brett said, it will depend on the short sale program the seller has. You will not be able to negotiate on your own, but I would tell the seller's agent how much you can contribute. "
"Just received a phone call from a client homeowner wants to do a short sale on her Hawaii property. US Bank is the (only) lien holder. She suggested bringing in a negotiator to process the file. Does anyone know a negotiator licensed in Hawaii to…"
"You may be able to contribute to the 3rd lien. They should be asking if the investor on the 1st notes guidelines will allow contributions to show on the Est. HUD.
We are buyers nearing the end of a short sale that has been going on for 3+ months. The property had 3 liens and the first 2 have been approved. The 3rd lien holder is Navy Federal and we recently found out they were offered $750 from the 1st lien…See More
"You won't get it paid unless you are in a superlien state. HAFA has guidelines that homeowners must pay their dues and keep current. We just subtract it from the buyer's offer price and have the buyer bring it to closing and…"
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