This agents problem is sending the bank multiple offers and it is Countrywide. One of my buyers backed out on the first offer I had with Countrywide. I told them and they "verified" they were told the first buyers backed out. I then submitted a second offer and those buyers backed out and then a third the same thing. (People do get disgusted with the Countrywide process) Each time I called they verified the new buyers name and offer amount. Finally, I submitted a 4th offer and three days after confirmation of receipt, I got a written acceptance!! -- For the first offer that had been made and rescinded 4 months prior! Only offer one at a time and Countrywide can STILL mess it up.
One thing that must be understood with BOA is this...When an unacceptible offer is received well below expectations without intiating any process, ordering a bpo ect the offer is dismissed without anyone being advised. Typically just thrown out and when followed up on correctly it is unfound and refaxed to go through the same process.
This can easily happen with multiple low offers.
I have no idea who your agent is and I'm not defending them personally but I do know BOA and an agent who is aware of this process to save time will submit following offers to peak interest.
An agent who is not aware of the process will send multiple offers as each expires if written with a traditional acceptance period or as quickly as the buyers walk.
Without continued contact where the property file stands will never be known regardless.
Hahaha...being from Charlotte, you and I both can name names of people we know that do short sales...now I am curious who this guy is(snickering), I think we all can say, when you submit all those offers not only will you confuse everyone(especially BofA & Countrywide) but it is also the 1st offer that should have been submitted with a pre-lim HUD-1 and also the seller's signatures...I think the guy has no clue...not only that but Countrywide & BofA have just merged their systems into Countrywide's system, all my BofA accounts(Shorts) were given new loan numbers and all my BofA shorts here have been 3rd party contracted out...OMG, dyin to know who this joker is...snickering again!
Everyone is a Specialist these days...LOL
Debe, I am curious what the status shows in the MLS?