Posted on Jan 8, 2013 in Roseville and Sacramento Short Sale FAQs

Hi, this is Mark Peek at Keller Williams Real Estate, your short sale specialist in Roseville and Sacramento. Today I wanted to talk about a Bank of America file that we’ve had for a little while.

Bank of America used to be a lot better with their short sales but right now they’re going through a ton of changes and lots of service releases to other banks. One of the people that I used to reach out to in their short sale department has either moved on to a different company or moved departments, but we still have a large number of contacts out there. This seems to be happening a lot with Bank of America where we have to reach out for help from someone in their short sale department because we have a negotiator that’s not performing or files are being stagnant. The supervision isn’t necessarily there either; the supervisors don’t really seem to help out in most cases so we usually have to reach out to a person that’s quite a bit higher to get help with a short sale file. We seem to have a lot more of these lately with Bank of America and we’re not afraid to get the help that we need to get these short sales closed for our clients.

If you have a situation that you’re concerned about, maybe you’ve tried a loan mod or you had a short sale that was declined with Bank of America, we’ve been able to get through a lot of situations that other short sale agents thought were impossible, please give me a call. I’d also like to encourage you to try out the short sale calculator on my website; it can help you determine if a short sale is the right move for you or if you could possibly stay in your home. It’s a great tool that a lot of homeowners are using to determine if they should short sale, or even if they just want to find out their property value.

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