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Northeast OH Short Sale Question: How Come The Bank Won't Approve The Short Sale?

Northeast OH – The Stop Foreclosure Institute recently received a question from another agent named Tom. Here was his question.

Click here to discover how other sellers successfully did a short sale and avoided foreclosure.

“I am negotiating a short sale with a bank. The short sale loan is a Veteran’s Administration Insured Loan. . . . → Read More: Northeast OH Short Sale Question: How Come The Bank Won’t Approve The Short Sale?

How A Northeast OH Short Sale Realtor Determines The Value Of Your Home

Northeast OH – It is very helpful in loan modification negotiations to know the fair market value of your home. You can use the value to convince your lender to accept your loan modification offer.

As an experienced Short Sale Realtor, I can help you determine the value of your home. Here’s how I . . . → Read More: How A Northeast OH Short Sale Realtor Determines The Value Of Your Home

How To Ensure Accurate Appraisals And A Successful Northeast OH Short Sale

Northeast OH – The biggest threat to your short sale is a high appraisal. Which is why your agent needs to make sure the appraisal is accurate.

Here is the process your agent needs to follow to ensure an accurate appraisal.

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Northeast Ohio Short Sales: What is a BPO?

Northeast OH – If you have been reading about short sales, then you have probably heard the term “BPO” and wondered what it meant.

BPO stands for Broker’s Price Opinion. A Broker’s Price Opinion is when a licensed real estate agent gives their opinion of the value of a property.

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Northeast Ohio Short Sales: How To Convince A Lender To Waive A Promissory Note

Northeast OH – Some lenders are very stubborn about collecting what they feel they are “rightfully owed.”

These lenders are usually a lender that you originally got the loan from. A good example is a credit union loan, or a small community bank.

Another common type is loans that were granted with Private . . . → Read More: Northeast Ohio Short Sales: How To Convince A Lender To Waive A Promissory Note