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Citi Bank Short Sale Information

 

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Authorization FAX:  866-675-5772

Short Sale Package FAX:  866-940-8125

Telephone:  866-272-4749 or 800-723-7906

Home Equity: 800-685-0935  Home Equity 3rd Party Fax: 866-940-8125

Citi Summary of Short Sale Process for Real Estate Agents

 

Email shortsaledocuments@citi.com or  HOST.CitiLinkdocs@citi.com or Host.CUSTOMdocs@citi.com

The SS Pack must include:

Workable Solutions Package (below)
Hardship Letter
Last 2 Pay Stubs (if self employed there is a list in the workable solutions package)
Last 2 COMPLETE Bank Statements
Last Tax return ALL pages
Listing Agreement
Contract
HUD1
Rinse and repeat

Email Firstname.Lastname@citi.com
Workable Solutions Packet

Citi Arms Length Transaction Form

Citi Financial Worksheet

SAMPLE CITI APPROVAL LETTER -
sampleCitiApprovalLetter.pdf

ESCALATION: eru_support@citi.com

 1(877) 245-2511 extension: 1804473

Discussion Forum

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Citi Seems To Be Sleeping On This One

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No Imminent Default??

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Comment by Wendy Rulnick on August 22, 2009 at 6:53am
Don- Thank you, my potential seller said a supervisor told him that. I doubted it!
Comment by Don Duft on August 22, 2009 at 4:23am
My past experience with Citi was that was not their rule. I had a negoiated deal with Citi in less than 6 weeks - but junior lien holder demanded a note that teh divorce attorney recommended they not sign. I finally aborted the deal.
Comment by Wendy Rulnick on August 19, 2009 at 6:48am
I don't know... I told him it did not sound right.
Comment by Stephanie Lim on August 19, 2009 at 4:14am
I haven't done a Citi...sounds suspicious to me. Were they talking to a collector?
Comment by Wendy Rulnick on August 18, 2009 at 3:28pm
Who has heard that Citi wants listings on the market for six months prior to receiving an offer ?? One of my sellers was told that today.
 

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