"Oh Kathy...I know the frustration of dealing with a SunTrust short sale. They are one of the most unresponsive lenders to work with. Do you know what kind of loan it is? I may have a number or two you can try."
"We (myself and sellers) knew that the roof was probably at the end of it's servicable life, it was pretty evident when it was the only house in the neighborhood with it's original shake roof. We also knew when we accepted an offer by…"
"Smitty, I don't disagree with you. After this experience, this is my new requirement, the buyer has to move forward with inspections at the time the contract is signed and NOT after the short sale approval. We work too hard to get these…"
"Sorry guys, but this is exactly why inspections need to be done at the beginning of the short sale. You DON'T want to get to approval and THEN find out there is an issue. It wastes everyones time. I understand that there is a…"
"I am doing a short sale now with WF as the holder of the 1st and Chase holds the second...after obtaining short sale approval on both in the coursee of the buyer ddoing their inspections it was determined that my listing also needed a…"
"How about the buyer using a 203k loan to do the roof. That is the only way the buyer is going to get a loan on this home. That way Wells is still selling it as is. Buyer is paying for the roof. I had one with B of A that went just the same…"
"That is a tough one from 2 angles - WF is really a mess right now - you're lucky the negotiator didn't kill the deal just because you asked - there seems to be no management and little care at WF.
The BPO/appraisal should have taken into…"
I am in final negotiations with Wells Fargo on a short sale where the house needs a new roof. The Buyer wants to put an allowance in the contract for a roof and the negotiator insists it be sold "as is". Does anyone have any suggestions on how I can get this done?See More
"I just had a multiple offer situation on a short sale where the offers were all about the same.The Sellers told me they didn't care which one we went with they just wanted to make sure it closed. One of the Buyers offered to put up a $5,000.…"
Teresa Turner, Realtor & Broker-Associate, with The Premier Property Group at Grand Boulevard in Sandestin, is one of the most established and respected names in NW Florida Real Estate with 25+ years of experience in Residential Real Estate. Over that time, she has developed a superior pipeline of connections and is the go-to person for getting results in Residential Real Estate. She understands and cares for people and is excellent at coming up with unique marketing strategies to solve complex problems and get homes sold. She keeps your personal information confidential and considers discretion to be her duty in dealing with your real estate situation. Teresa maintains a strong work ethic and is committed to building relationships based on trust and integrity. She is a Real Person with Real Solutions to your real estate needs.
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