Gwendolyn Harvey
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Purchasing Another Home

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brian Avery Sep 24, 2012. 2 Replies

The homeowner is current on the mortgage but want to do a short sale. Reason being due to crime and forclosures in neighborhood. Loan is a VA loan. They would like to purchase another home under VA.…Continue

State Tax Liens

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kim Eisen Feb 22, 2012. 4 Replies

Now that I have finally received a final bank approval from Bank of America for my listing, I have been notified by the closing attorney that we have 2 state tax liens.  Can someone let me know how…Continue

Investment Properties

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeff Payne Feb 8, 2012. 5 Replies

What are the rules on having investment properties and needing to short sale them? There is a 1st and 2nd lender.Continue

Short Sales and Rental Property

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bryant Tutas Feb 7, 2012. 1 Reply

Can a person short sale their primary home if they have rental property? If so will they likely have to come to the table with funds?Continue

 

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Denise Orrico replied to Gwendolyn Harvey's discussion Mortgage Payments Are Current in the group EverHome Short Sales
"Hi Gwendolyn! I have the same scenario w/ Everhome- Were you able to negotiate the short sale w/ them if your seller stays current?  "
Oct 28, 2012
Wendy Rulnick replied to Gwendolyn Harvey's discussion Purchasing Another Home
"Gwen, I've had other VA sellers do this.  In a VA Compromise Sale, the portion of their entitlement that was used for the VA Compromise "sold" property won't be available until they re-pay it (if they choose to one day).…"
Sep 24, 2012
Gwendolyn Harvey posted a discussion

Purchasing Another Home

The homeowner is current on the mortgage but want to do a short sale. Reason being due to crime and forclosures in neighborhood. Loan is a VA loan. They would like to purchase another home under VA. Would they still be able to do a short sale and also purchase another home?See More
Sep 24, 2012
Joyce Hathaway replied to Gwendolyn Harvey's discussion Tax Liens in the group Help Me!
"I had a Federal Tax Lein released last year had to have an independent appraisal and a form form the IRS and release it the lein for the sale of the property.  Seller can not make any monies and in a short sale they don't easy....Joyce"
Sep 14, 2012
Carmine R Biello Jr replied to Gwendolyn Harvey's discussion Tax Liens in the group Help Me!
"Depends on the State. Although it is a Federal lien. certain states such as Illinois foreclosure will remove those liens. I am working on a case now involving State Dept of Revenie liens and Federal tax liens (9 in all) in a shortsale. In my case, I…"
Jul 15, 2012
joe beauchamp replied to Gwendolyn Harvey's discussion Everhome Wants to Charge Seller $1800 To Stop Foreclosure in the group EverHome Short Sales
"In many areas, brilliant politicians have made laws to "make things right" and have created huge problems. There are states/counties  where the bank has to pay a hefty price to postpone a sheriff sale. It could be that in your case,…"
Jun 29, 2012
Wendy Rulnick replied to Gwendolyn Harvey's discussion Everhome Wants to Charge Seller $1800 To Stop Foreclosure in the group EverHome Short Sales
"Gwen - I've actually run into that before. The property may be in their charge-off department. See if they will negotiate the $1800 - consider having the seller call the negotiator to tell her story.  As for the contract price, counter,…"
Jun 29, 2012
Gwendolyn Harvey added a discussion to the group EverHome Short Sales
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Everhome Wants to Charge Seller $1800 To Stop Foreclosure

I am the listing agent and my client is doing a short sale. We have just been advised by Everhome inorder to stop their foreclosure next Tuesday, the seller will need to pay a fee of $1800 for the attorney to stop it. Plus, they want to increase the sales price of the property by $7000. This is really crazy that the bank wants the seller to pay them $1800. If that was the case, the seller could probably pay on their mortgage. We have been working on the file since March. Can someone please tell…See More
Jun 29, 2012
Lydia replied to Gwendolyn Harvey's discussion Tax Liens in the group Help Me!
"Once you know what docs to submit it will be no problem. I get tax liens (state and fed) released with ease."
Jun 13, 2012
Matthew Krause replied to Gwendolyn Harvey's discussion Tax Liens in the group Help Me!
"We have been successful in getting the discharges of the Irs Tax Liens so the short can go through! Learn more here"
Jun 13, 2012
Keji Ogunleye replied to Gwendolyn Harvey's discussion More Than One Offer in the group Bank of America Short Sales
"As others have stated only one offer is sent to the bank, this last week I ran into agent that stated he will send all offers to the bank.. I informed him that does not make sense.. because the seller can only sign one offer and only one should be…"
May 2, 2012
Kelly W. Maynard replied to Gwendolyn Harvey's discussion More Than One Offer in the group Bank of America Short Sales
"Amen Sister!"
Apr 23, 2012
Gwendolyn Harvey replied to Gwendolyn Harvey's discussion More Than One Offer in the group Bank of America Short Sales
"I really appreciate all of the comments on this topic. There are realtors doing short sales and have not been completely trained on how to submit offers to banks.  Which this normally ties the file up and it doesn't get approved by…"
Apr 23, 2012
Kelly W. Maynard replied to Gwendolyn Harvey's discussion More Than One Offer in the group Bank of America Short Sales
"Hi Gwendolyn, My point of view on this issue is why confuse the situation more by continually sending in offers to the bank.  The Seller can only accept one contract.  If you submit multiple offers to the bank what is going to stop them…"
Apr 22, 2012
Thom Colby CA Brkr 888-391-5245 replied to Gwendolyn Harvey's discussion More Than One Offer in the group Bank of America Short Sales
"There can only be ONE executed contract at any given time.  The bank is not goign to do the Realtors job which is to review every offer with the seller and for the seller to decide on the one that nets the most money as well as the one that is…"
Apr 22, 2012
Bryant Tutas replied to Gwendolyn Harvey's discussion More Than One Offer in the group Bank of America Short Sales
"Gwendolyn. The agents you are talking are ill informed. Keep doing what you are doing. You should be confident that the offer your seller accepted is the highest and best and that it will be accepted by the lender. Submitting multiple offers to the…"
Apr 22, 2012

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First Name
Gwendolyn
Last Name
Harvey
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Atlanta
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Gwen is a native of Jacksonville, Florida and has resided in Atlanta, Georgia since 1985. She began a career with Delta Airlines 23 years ago and later decided to start a career in real estate since 1999. As a realtor with Solid Source Realty Georgia, Gwen understands homeownership is one of the largest investment a family makes in a lifetime and she is willing to provide guidance throughout the process from beginning to end. With a genuine love for working with people, real estate is a perfect fit with Gwen’s personality. She's always ready and willing to do whatever it takes to create excellent results. She enjoys the chance to work with many families moving to, from or within the Atlanta metropolitan area. Her loving spirit and smile reflects her kind nature and willingness to help those achieve their real estate needs, whether buying or selling a home. Gwen's business is built on results and she is confident that she can deliver for you. Fulfilling your real estate needs is a task she is ready to accept and service with the highest level of professionalism, honesty and fairness. Her mission is to assist, educate and service families in achieiving their real estate goals and making their dreams become a reality.

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At 7:31pm on January 6, 2010, Shelly Long said…
Hi Gwendolyn,
I haven't had any of my investors offered an option before, so I can't help you with that one. However, you can probably search for it on this website, or better yet 'start a discussion' about it.
Looking forward to seeing your postcard~
S
At 8:41am on January 6, 2010, Shelly Long said…
Hi Gwendolyn,

Yes, that is the correct number to use now. Just verify when you call that you are speaking to someone in Short Sale Support.

Yes, most of my short sales are (and have been) for investors. That is part of the reason I was asking about deficiency judgments, because they can be a BIGGER headache for an investor since the ss lender can come after them for the balance if not shown as paid in full. I have been advised by my Broker to tell ALL my ss clients to seek the advice of a tax attorney.

Also, I am typically able to get them approved, but it takes determination and TONS of phone calls!

S :)
At 8:34am on January 6, 2010, Shelly Long said…
Hi Gwendolyn,

Thanks for adding me as a friend. I see you are a new member. This is a fantastic forum with tons of ss info~! Welcome~~

Also, I see that you've designed a postcard, so I'd love to see it. Would you be willing to share it with me? I'm always looking for new marketing ideas~

Thanks and Have a FAB day~
Shelly
 
 
 

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