Has anyone had successful dealings negotiation with Real Time Resolutions? 

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Yes, they are not too bad to work with. They bought a lot of BofA seconds
Yes! They are horrible at getting a hold of but if you get creative and catch the negotiators attention then you can make it happen quick! I didnt even have to negotiate with them one day they finally emailed me an approval . They took 3k on a 100k HELOC. the first approval they sent me was good for 1 day and the only way to get an extension was when I sent then the 1st approval.

Hi Paola,

What is the email format for negotiators at Real Time Resolutions?
Maya 

Thank you!

PaolaMarin said:
Yes! They are horrible at getting a hold of but if you get creative and catch the negotiators attention then you can make it happen quick! I didnt even have to negotiate with them one day they finally emailed me an approval . They took 3k on a 100k HELOC. the first approval they sent me was good for 1 day and the only way to get an extension was when I sent then the 1st approval.
How did you end up working with RTR. I am just befuddled. This has been going on for 4 months minimum. Any suggestions
I am really trying to work with them but am having a huge problem. I am working with E Luna. My 1st has agreed to $2100 to pay to them - RTR denied. The amount owed is around $55000. I wrote back and asked that they give me some idea of a number that would work and they came back with $27,000. We had an agreement before for $10,400 but the offer was withdrawn because the buyer got tired of waiting. The newest offer from the 1st to RTR of 2100 is a new offer from a new buyer. Any thoughts or help?

Paola Lopez De Armentia said:
Yes! They are horrible at getting a hold of but if you get creative and catch the negotiators attention then you can make it happen quick! I didnt even have to negotiate with them one day they finally emailed me an approval . They took 3k on a 100k HELOC. the first approval they sent me was good for 1 day and the only way to get an extension was when I sent then the 1st approval.
Banks try to get money from buyer, seller and the agents. You o=could go back to the first and try to get the 2nd more money, do a real estate contribution or ask the buyer to contribute. When all paties are chipping in, even if its a small amount the second will feel like they have squeezed the deal and then can accept a lesser amount than the 27k they are asking for. You can always escalate to management.

Gloria Aanenson said:
I am really trying to work with them but am having a huge problem. I am working with E Luna. My 1st has agreed to $2100 to pay to them - RTR denied. The amount owed is around $55000. I wrote back and asked that they give me some idea of a number that would work and they came back with $27,000. We had an agreement before for $10,400 but the offer was withdrawn because the buyer got tired of waiting. The newest offer from the 1st to RTR of 2100 is a new offer from a new buyer. Any thoughts or help?

Paola Lopez De Armentia said:
Yes! They are horrible at getting a hold of but if you get creative and catch the negotiators attention then you can make it happen quick! I didnt even have to negotiate with them one day they finally emailed me an approval . They took 3k on a 100k HELOC. the first approval they sent me was good for 1 day and the only way to get an extension was when I sent then the 1st approval.
I have been trying to get ahold of someone...but all I can get is the receptionists voicemail...and of course no return call. Does anyone have a phone number or extension to a real person?
any contact info for these guys?
I recently closed a short sale with Real Time.  They were extremely difficult to work with but we got it done and the final result was acceptable. Try this phone number.  Good luck...they are tricky.  877-599-2843
YES!!!!!! Got an approval in two hours!!!!!!!!!! SUPER to work with and the negotiator was so nice to boot! Good luck!

WHAT is your secret?  I have a file I just found out has a 2nd with RTR, and only have a week before the buyer is GONE - any advice you can offer?

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