Short Sale agents across the country
are a special breed of specialized real estate professionals who can help you
short sale your home
with the least amount of hassle possible. This is because they understand the process the banks expect to
close short sales quickly and successfully. Not every transaction is the same, and this could not be more true in the short sale world.
Many properties have both a first and second mortgage, HOA liens, mechanics liens, and unpaid taxes among other issues.
To get these properties to a successful closing with clean title often requires the help of a dedicated short sale agent.
The key is also to work with somebody that understands each bank and their expectations. Your agent should know exactly
what kind of a package to put together for each bank involved in the transaction. Bank of America is going to expect something
different from Chase or Wells Fargo. There are so many details involved that it is usually a bad idea for a home owner to take
on the job of negotiating their own deal. In fact, those looking to buy short sales
should be wary of doing business with a seller
that is not open to using a professional short sale negotiator because it will usually lead to frustration or even worse. There is
a reason that there are high level short sale certifications and other industry designations. It is because this is a tough job only
meant for those who are true students of the art of closing short sales.
The featured members you see in this short sale directory are people from across the country who have made a personal commitment to
giving the short sale industry a good name and serving the best interests of buyers and sellers. It is a high level directory of
people dedicated to their craft and looking to do more short sale business. With short sales on the rise and foreclosures on the decline,
it will be more important than ever going forward that we are able to keep growing the amount of qualified short sale agents and continue to make an
effort to give the real estate community a good name. For more information regarding specific relevant issues please visit our short sale blog