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Chad Gelsinger left a comment for Arisha Griffith
"Arisha, I am not an attorney, but rather work with Short Sales EVERY day. I am very familiar with the WF Affidavit.  (b) states there are NO agreements between buyer/seller to repurchase the property. IF at the time of signing the document, the…"
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Chad Gelsinger left a comment for Arisha Griffith
"Hi Arisha, Specifically what part are you trying to redact? You can reach me directly via email:  Chad at MYclosing.com. Chad. "
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Arisha Griffith commented on Wendy Rulnick's group Wells Fargo Short Sales
"Does anyone have any experience either a.) successfully redacting the Short Sale Affadavit, or b) closing a transaction without the Short Sale affadavit? The property is in Maryland, if that helps. "
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At 9:34am on March 15, 2018, Chad Gelsinger said…

Arisha, I am not an attorney, but rather work with Short Sales EVERY day. I am very familiar with the WF Affidavit. 

(b) states there are NO agreements between buyer/seller to repurchase the property. IF at the time of signing the document, the agreement does not exist, the seller can sign. IF there is such an agreement (either verbal or written), simply rescind the agreement so your seller can sign.

I would have your seller talk to the attorney and then sign the Affidavit. Again, the line is about current/previous agreements, NOT something that could happen in the future. If the Seller wants to repurchase the property in the future, they have the right to do so. Chad

At 9:06am on March 15, 2018, Chad Gelsinger said…

Hi Arisha,

Specifically what part are you trying to redact? You can reach me directly via email: 

Chad at MYclosing.com. Chad. 

 
 
 

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