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Another Reason You Must Hire An Experienced Northeast OH Short Sale Realtor

Northeast OH – The way that most lenders handle short sales is very weird. They have a strange policy of demanding that all home buyers close on their home purchase within 30 days of them approving the short sale.

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

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Is This Bank Breaking The Law On Northeast OH Short Sales?

Northeast OH – One large, national bank requires that all home buyers trying to buy a short sale give them their credit information before they make an offer on the house.

They are asking for the buyer’s social security number and pulling their credit report. Why are they doing this? But, more importantly is . . . → Read More: Is This Bank Breaking The Law On Northeast OH Short Sales?

How To Get A Northeast OH Short Sale Approved In 90 Days Or Less

Northeast OH – Most agents complain about how short sales drag out for months at a time.

Another agent once told me, “I hate short sales. They take 9-12 months to complete. The banks never call you back to let you know what is happening.”

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Northeast OH Short Sales: Who is in charge during a short sale?

Northeast OH – Many home buyers think that the short sale lender is in charge during a short sale. Nothing could be further from the truth.

The short sale lender can only veto short sale offers. They can’t put the property up for sale or decide who to sell it to. Only the home owner . . . → Read More: Northeast OH Short Sales: Who is in charge during a short sale?

Northeast OH Short Sale Question: Do I Need To Disclose Anything Wrong With My House?

Northeast OH – The Stop Foreclosure Institute recently received a question from Will. Here was his question.

“I am thinking of short selling my house. There are some problems with the house. I know that most home buyers get a home inspected before they buy it.

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Northeast OH Short Sales: Yes, you can get a $3,000 check for short selling your home

Northeast OH – If you are looking to short sale your home, then I have some good news for you. Thanks to a new government program, HAFA, you can get paid to participate in a short sale.

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Northeast Ohio Short Sales: Four Specific Examples of Big Bank Negligence

Northeast OH – Here are four specific examples of big bank’s negligence causing a loan owner to lose money.

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Example #1: Not giving buyers an answer on a short sale within one week. Home buyers don’t like to wait . . . → Read More: Northeast Ohio Short Sales: Four Specific Examples of Big Bank Negligence

Northeast Ohio Short Sales: One Upside To The Horrible Housing Market

Northeast OH – If you are a homeowner, then the housing crisis has decimated the equity in your home. Many families have watched years of hard work spent building their equity go down the drain.

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Northeast Ohio Short Sales: Who is in charge during a short sale?

Northeast OH – Many home buyers think that the short sale lender is in charge during a short sale. Nothing could be further from the truth.

The short sale lender can only veto short sale offers. They can’t put the property up for sale or decide who to sell it to. Only the home . . . → Read More: Northeast Ohio Short Sales: Who is in charge during a short sale?

Last second nail biter gives way to tax credit extension

This is a tremendous relief for many home buyers who got their offer in by the April 30th deadline but then were delayed in closing by circumstances out of their control. . . . → Read More: Home buyer tax credit extended for real this time!