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Bayview Loan Servicing Short Sale Information


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Bayview short sale hotlines for real estate professionals.


Residential Short Sales: 1.877.587.4683
Commercial Short Sales: 1.877.587.8407


If you have an offer you would like to forward please contact the Bayview Short Sale Team today, and be prepared to supply the following documents:

  • A copy of the listing agreement.
  • A copy of the purchase and sale contract.
  • A copy of an estimated HUD-1 Settlement Statement.

You can also contact the Bayview Short Sale Team and send documents to If you attach documents, be certain to include the seller's Bayview loan number in the e-mail.


To escalate un-resolved inquiries, please email to:  Be certain to include the loan number and property address.

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Bayview Loan Servicing Short Sale Guide.pdf


You can also send Bayview Short Sale documents to:

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Discussion Forum

Is there a working number at Bayvivew

Started by Smitty May 3, 2019. 0 Replies

I have tried every number listed here.  None get me to a live person.  Does anyone have a live number where I can call  to just confirm a package was received?  Continue

Chase Sold Loan Servicing To Bayview-No Comunication From Bayview

Started by Rita Legan. Last reply by Ben Benita Apr 6, 2017. 3 Replies

Would Bayview assign a new account number to a chase loan account transferred to Bayview Loan Servicing? Submitted all documents to Bayview but no communication from Bayview as to new account number.…Continue

No response from Bayview / Kristi Stockton

Started by Elvira Quiray. Last reply by Elvira Quiray Apr 6, 2017. 2 Replies

I need help in getting a response from Bayview. A sheriff sale is scheduled for May 4. I have submitted a counter-offer of $350K to the appraised value of $360K. I have no luck after e-mailing,…Continue

Need Help with Approved Bayview Short Sale

Started by Melissa Trimarche. Last reply by Melissa Trimarche Mar 30, 2015. 3 Replies

Hello, We have an approved Bayview short sale in CA.  Bayview would not approve the Hud-1 since the buyer is paying the deficiency on the 2nd.  They rejected the Hud-1 and said they need to send the…Continue

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Comment by Amy Martin on January 4, 2019 at 7:33pm

Does anyone know a loan modification escalation line so I can expedite? The sale date of my client is the 30th of this month January?

Comment by Ben Benita on September 16, 2015 at 7:26am

Just got 2 really good contacts at Bayview, if you need them, email me:

[email protected]

Comment by Erinn Frisbie on July 23, 2014 at 7:48am

Thank you! The asset manager suggested countering AT the suggested price, which the comps don't support. I asked for a counter at 90% of the suggested value and he said "sorry investor declined" It is a Fannie but not sure about the investor.

Comment by Bryant Tutas on July 23, 2014 at 6:22am

Sounds like a FNNMA deal. They counter everything with a suggested list price. they will normally accept 90% of the suggested price. You need roughly $205,000. If this is not doable then you need to do a value dispute. Most investors could not care less about the appraised the value. Do you know who the investor is?

Comment by Erinn Frisbie on July 23, 2014 at 5:29am

NEED HELP! File with FMV offer has been with the asset manager for about 45 days. He emailed me and said "The investor suggests a listing price of $227,565" (offer is at $175,000) Since there was already an offer I am not sure why he called it the suggested listing price. So I asked for a copy of the appraisal (sent in written request from seller). Asset manager still has not sent it to me but then asked for "a higher offer from the buyer so that I can submit to the investor" ($182,500 which IS FMV). A week goes by and he just emailed back and said "investor declined offer".Thats it? Not going to send the appraisal as requested? A counter offer? Any help someone could give me would be greatly appreciated. Just saying "declined and closed" seems silly on a house that has been sitting vacant for 2 years.

Comment by Justin Berry on February 4, 2013 at 10:42am

Bayview has an online escalation tool:

Comment by JulieAnn DeCeunynck on May 11, 2012 at 11:53am

Thank you Lisa, I will check with the seller to see if she has recieved anything from them. When I call they tell me there is no asset manager assigned. I just learned that the president of Bayview Loan Servicing's name is David Quint 305-854-8880, of course the voicemail is full and not accepting new messages...I'm reaching out monday morning. Thanks fellow superstars!

Comment by Smitty on May 11, 2012 at 11:49am

I agree with Lisa.  I've done two bayview files and both times dealt with the asset manager and had much better luck. 

Comment by Lisa Helweg on May 11, 2012 at 11:19am

@JulieAnn - I am not at all impressed with the folks I have been dealing with at Bayview Loan Servicing.  I agree with Kathleen that they seem to be clueless about the short sale process.  However, I was able to get their attention when I emailed and left a telephone message for the Asset Manager named in the letter to the Borrower.  Ask your Seller if they have received a letter from Bayview and if they can give you a copy.  If that doesn't work, message me and I will be happy to share a name and number with you.  Not that there is any guarantee that it will help....

Comment by Kathleen Couch on May 11, 2012 at 10:51am

I wish I could tell you something positive, but I can't.  They seem to have no clue.


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