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Approved Short Sale but now loan has been sold.... WHAT?

Started by Jane Cooper. Last reply by ElizabethWeintraub00697006LyonRE May 5, 2014. 2 Replies

I have an approved short sale with Everhome set to close on 5/19. Original offer price was $179,900... Everhome countered with $200,000 but I knew it would not appraise for this.... Buyer came up to…Continue

Fannie Mae/EVERHOME - Escalation information

Started by Mariana Molina. Last reply by ElizabethWeintraub00697006LyonRE Mar 13, 2014. 1 Reply

I have a listing in California previously with two other servicers in the past, once in the final stage of approval at 175K, buyer's walked since it took too long. I resubmitted in 9/13 for $185K…Continue

Everhome Offer 109K above offer on short sale!

Started by Mark Gottlieb. Last reply by joe beauchamp Jan 13, 2014. 2 Replies

In September 2013, we made an offer on a house in our town Little Ferry, NJ. It was a short sale listed at 215K, we offered 205K in cash with proof of funds since there might be some work needed. We…Continue

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Started by Veronica. Last reply by Judi Fiolle Aug 10, 2013. 11 Replies

I have a short sale listing where Everhome is the mortgage company.... 1 loan... and clients moved out of the state of california to wyoming due to job moves.  long story short, 8 months later, my…Continue

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Comment by Janna Rankin Scharf on May 29, 2010 at 2:57pm
Just in the beginning stages of taking a short sale listing with EverHome and no 2nd. Don't like the sounds of NQS
Comment by Jeff Payne on March 15, 2010 at 6:23am
I closed to Everhome short sales last year but did not go through NQS, one was a VA short sale and the other was a USDA Rural Housing short sale.
Comment by Jim Stewart on March 15, 2010 at 5:26am
One other thing I'd try is to get the collector on your side. Usually they only get paid if they get recovery. If that's the case, let them know that you're trying to get them paid and see if that won't get them to help you get the right answer from Citi.
Comment by Jim Stewart on March 15, 2010 at 5:24am
The real question is who "owns" the 2nd lien. Did the collector actually buy the loan or did Citi just hire them to collect the debt? Ultimately whoever actually owns the loan has to provide the release. Unfortunately you may be caught in a no-win situation though.
Comment by Scott Loper on March 15, 2010 at 5:16am
I have a short sale where Everhome is the 1st and Citi is the 2nd (and yes, NQS is involved on the 1st). Citi "charged off" their loan and it's in the hands of a debt collector now. We are pretty far along on this short sale, but Everhome is saying that they will not continue to process the package further unless they have lien release from Citi. The debt collector from Citi is saying that she cannot provide a lien release without an approval of the short sale from Everhome. The debt collector advised us to contact Citi directly, but as far as Citi is concerned it's out of their hands and we need to deal with the debt collector. Any suggestions?
Comment by Jim Stewart on March 11, 2010 at 5:47am
I'll give NQS some credit here. One of their managers called me out of the blue the other day to apologize for the way I was told about the fees and to try to smooth things over. He was actually very nice about the whole thing, but it doesn't change the fact that I don't want or need his company's help. I called EverHome to try to find a way around NQS and hit a brick wall. So.... I guess I'm stuck. I did get NQS to waive the $99 "setup" fee. Something is better than nothing I guess.
Comment by Christy Cole on March 11, 2010 at 5:27am
Initiating my first deal with Everhome. Sent in the Letter of Authorization to 1-.904-281-6380. They mailed my homeowner a letter confirming authorization. The phone number to homeowner solutions group is 1-800-669-7724. I have encountered NQS on a prior deal-but mortgage company pulled file from NQS, so no real input yet about NQS-I was not thrilled with giving up commission for duplicate work on that deal-it did not make sense. I'm not far enough along with Everhome yet in regards to NQS.
Comment by Jim Stewart on March 3, 2010 at 11:32am
I have two short sale listings where the mortgage company is Everhome Mortgage. They are requiring that I go through National Quick Sale for the actual short sale processing. The problem is that National Quick Sale wants up front money, one percent of the sale price plus another $250 processing fee for the "right" to do business with them even though I don't want to do business with them. They say the seller cannot pay the fees and that they must be listed on the HUD as coming out of my commission. Can they really do this???? Am I just naive??? I view this as complete extortion. Home values here are much lower than national averages and on one deal I would end up making only $320 and the other only $1000. Hardly anywhere near enough to justify the work. Thoughts or advice from the gallery??

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