I have a condo that accrued $10,000 in back condo fees. We have negotiated with the Condo Association to pay half but I can't get Bank of America to include it in the price. Any Suggestions? The…Continue
"I have been working one for almost 6 months. 60 days ago, they asked the buyer to increase their offer and they agreed...We are still waiting. Calling Terry Hairston, emailing, etc does no good. His voice mail is usually full and he never responds…"
"They are one of the worst in my book. We are at the end of the deal, they asked the buyers to raise their price at the first of March and they agreed but we have no answer. Terry Hairston takes days/sometimes weeks to answer back and NOW they are…"
"I have a US Bank deal that started in December. I have called many times and been told there is only 1 negotiator. His name is Terry. I am in St Louis so I'm not sure if they have 1 per state or what is going on as I had read alot of the posts…"
"The last BOA short sale listing I had was also for a condo. By the time the seller contacted me, she owed about $10K not only in delinquent monthly fees, but fines and lawyer fees as well. BOA won't pay for these fees.
Buyer agreed to suck it…"
"Susan, Same thing with my deal - BOA would not pay. The deal died. I then woke up & told owners I would rent it for them to pay up the condo fees - which we did. Now, another deal I have with BOA - my Title company just put $2500 on the HUD. I…"
I am not sure, I had a deal where the seller stopped making her condo payment even though I told her to continue. The short sale got approved and when we requested the resale pkg found out she owed $1,400. I made her bring the money to the…"
I have a condo that accrued $10,000 in back condo fees. We have negotiated with the Condo Association to pay half but I can't get Bank of America to include it in the price. Any Suggestions? The buyer needs it in the purchase price so he can get it wrapped into the loan but it is not an allowable item on the HUD according to the neogotiater? Anyone had this problem?See More
"I have had a similar problem. We were heading towards Sale in January because Bank of america cancelled our short sale since the did not like the buyers offer. (You would think they would give him a chance to increase it first!) So we had to…"
I am in St Louis and we have the same language. But here is the question to you - how does the seller accept more than one offer on his/her house? In a multiple offer situation, whether it be a foreclosure or regular sale, they only ACCEPT one…"
You need to very careful about that. We have been advised by Bruce Aydt, legal council for Prudential Realtors and writes the legal advice column in NAR's magazine that you can only accept one offer. You can take multiple back up offers…"
I called the other day and was told I had to speak to someone who acutally could access Equator and could talk to me about it. They was the first time for that. Truly finding someone who really knows what is going on is the trick!
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