I have a listing where I thought I had crossed all the T's and dotted the I's. Long story short (pun), the payoff on the 1st is significantly higher due to arrears and other fees accumulated during 2 loan modifications.
1st Newrez (PHH) - est $425k payoff
2nd RTR - est $240k payoff
3rd Private - est 25k (verbally agreed to 12k)
IRS - $25,0000
FTB - $3,000
HOA - $3,000
Shortfall is likely around $50k
1. Will newrez entertain a short payoff since the principal is really around $380k? Back in the 2010 era the first would only allow to be made whole
2. Would the 1st or 2nd allow any proceeds to go to the seller?
How much is the home worth? You likely won't be able to short the first if they have a full equity position. No, you won't be able to have the seller receive proceeds. You likely need to give the IRS 0 and short RTR and the 3rd mortgage. Could try to reduce the amounts to FTB and HOA too, but that's minor based on your numbers.
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What's the value? Is it less than what is owed?
The 1st isn't short. However, the initial figures penciled out some proceeds to the seller with the principal balance.
After requesting a formal payoff, the amount shot up by almost $50k and washed out any equity. It turns out that the loan modification signed had a "shared equity" provision of 25% minus improvements made:
Still don't know the most important piece of info here- what is the selling price?
If it is more than the payoff amount ( not the PB - PB is now irrelevant) + closing costs, you will not get them to short.
There are other ways to work this, but no way to advise without a sale price.