Have a short sale that is going on forever. We got the listing in Feb 2012. Got a buyer within a month. April the negotiator sent a response to the WRONG EMAIL, so we never got the response telling…Continue
"I had this happen too. Yes, you need to escalate through HUD. I emailed my 3rd party authorization ( it needs to have the FHA Case # on it) to email@example.com. I then called (800) 594-9057. Make sure that you have details about who you…"
"Check out Homepath.com where you can put in a formal escalation.
I called the BOA Customer care line last Friday night at 1866-880-1232.
Is this being processed through equator? If so, did you accept an offer from worksheet under offers tab?
"I am closing a B of A FHA Short sale this week I started in Jan 2012. 1st appraisal came in at 38k in Feb 2012. Listed at 38k but after 6 months and 2 price drops later, was only able to get a 23k offer. Requested a new appraisal after 6…"
"did you try to contact @BoA_help (twitter has a BoA help line...which will generate activity and wake up the process)
give it a try....and stay in touch daily within the "equator" (frustrator software)....... dont even try to…"
"It sounds like you are dealing with an FHA short sale. Has the ATP (Approval to participate) been issued yet? You want to call the executive office and complain and they will have someone contact you within 24 hours. The BOA FHA…"
"Don't forget sometimes B of A act as server (not note owner) and sometimes they can not have all the legal paper work and the right documentation to make a safe decission of sale.....and for any reason they can not contact the real investor…"
"Again... with anything Bank of America, when you hit an issue, I'd recommend going to twitter and sending a tweet to the Bank of America help desk there. @bofa_help That's been the only thing that pushed a few of my BofA…"
I feel my role as a realtor is to walk the customer through the real estate buying or selling process. My years of experience and my networking abilities have resulted in many many successful closings. I love the real estate business, love the people I meet, and love the excitement of watching the happy faces of the buyers or sellers when they have accomplished their goals. I entered the real estate business in 1978 and have been doing it ever since, never feeling like it was work. I was born in northern Wisconsin, got married and had one child, moved to Florida in the late 70's, and have been a Floridian ever since, enjoying the warm weather and the ocean waters.
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