"We now have approval from Ocwen, IRS has agreed to release their lien but Key Bank is being stubborn about their measly $10,000 which represents 50% of original loan amount. What does one do when everyone else agrees and 2nd lienholder won't?…"
"I've got a short sale approved by primary mortgage holder who is taking a substantial loss, IRS agreed to release their $120,000+ lien since it is "valueless" and now Key Bank wants to be difficult over a pool loan that they have been…"
"I had the very same situation with Chase just recently. They are awful. We had to reschedule closing 4 times and each time had to submit a new HUD to be reviewed. I had to escalate to Jamie Dimon's office and spoke to Rea…"
Our approval letter expired on 9/15/2017. We had submitted our HUD/ALTA for final approval on 9/11/2017. They still haven't approved the ALTA and we are getting all sorts of excuses about a manager needing to review it. The Buyer is going to walk…See More
"Thanks, Brent. I'm finding this out. Buyer repping himself but he's an investor with a a license so it's a little different. They are reducing from 6% to 3%. In the scheme of things, I would never let it get in the…"
"@deb who's representing the buyer? What are they trying to reduce commission too? Pretty common for commission to be reduced when a buyer is representing themselves.
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