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PNC Bank Phone number 800-822-5626.
Authorization fax number 1-937-910-3333
PNC Short Sale Package Fax Number 1-937-910-4009
Phone: 888-762-2265

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Discussion Forum

HELOC settlement.

Started by E C Hong Jan 30. 0 Replies

Purchased home $600k back 2007 now it's around $390~420k. Owe about $395k to 1st lender and $118k to 2nd lender (PNC). I'm trying to reach settlement for this HELOC before starting s/s nego. with 1st…Continue

Finding a live person in Loss Mitigation

Started by Janice Wheeler. Last reply by TOP END Properties Jun 18, 2013. 2 Replies

I have a new listing that we are doing a short sale. We got a nice offer even a little above list price. Faxed everything over all 62 pages. Anyway, I have trying to calla and confirm it…Continue

Contact to try at PNC

Started by Teresa Simon. Last reply by Candace Curtis Oct 18, 2012. 1 Reply

Timothy SeisloveShort Sale Manager / Investor Relationship ManagerLending Services - Consumer Default ManagementPNC BankLocator BR-YB58-01-36750 Miller Rd.Brecksville, Ohio 44141440-546-9476…Continue

PNC rather do a foreclosure over a shortsale?

Started by Benny Tran. Last reply by Benny Tran Sep 18, 2012. 4 Replies

Buyer and seller are ready to close. Yet the foreclosure attorney representing PNC said they would rather proceed with the foreclosure? This is not in the best interest of PNC, am I wrong or right?…Continue

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Comment by TOP END Properties on June 18, 2013 at 10:06pm

I have received a deficiency waiver from PNC as a second.  It all depends on the borrowers financial condition/assets.

Comment by TOP END Properties on June 18, 2013 at 10:04pm

In order to get the deficiency and promissory note removed .. you will need to prove that the seller has no money (now and in the foreseeable future).  They usually only make such requests if the seller has a lot of money in their bank account or liquid assets.

Comment by TOP END Properties on June 18, 2013 at 10:01pm

Portfolio loan means they are the investor ;)

Comment by Candace Curtis on October 18, 2012 at 6:25pm

Thanks, Donna,

PNC keep saying its a portfolio loan within PNC, and will not tell me investor info.   There's only one loan.  It hasn't had a foreclosure filing yet, so no atty to contact.  If you or anyone you know has any contact info for upper mgmt above the AVP in Miamisburg, I'll take it :)  THANKS A BUNCH!

Comment by Donna L. Peres on October 18, 2012 at 6:05pm

Your seller has the right to ask how the investor is on the loan.  If it PNC that holds the loan I would go right to the top.  Also it depends if pnc holds the first, second or both.  If the seller has received a foreclosure notification you can also call the attorney to gather more information on the investor and options to reach the right department

Good luck

Donna

Comment by Candace Curtis on October 18, 2012 at 4:43pm

HELP, HELP, HELP. Have been working with PNC on short sale. I am in FL. This is a second home for borrower. We have an offer, that's slightly above mkt value and PNC is asking seller for $27k to waive deficiency, they came down from $44k. The seller does not have any money, and large debt outside of this loan and a true hardship. He cannot come up with the $27k, and they are like a brick wall insisting they will foreclose if he does not agree. Buyer not willing to contribute further. I am dealing with Jean Sexton AVP in Miamisburg office. Is there anyone I can talk with or escalate this file to? Jean continues to say the "investor" will not come down any further. It's not Fannie/Freddie, so how can I find out who is the investor and to get to the right person to see if I can reason with them. Please advise if you can help. 386-451-5642

Comment by Cindy Billman, CDPE, SFR on August 8, 2012 at 10:26am

Thanks!

Comment by Donna L. Peres on August 8, 2012 at 10:20am

I can provide emails that may direct you to some advice, the emails are for seconds.  If charged off it may be easier dealing with them.  You can also contact the attorney assigned from the lender, I went that route and was successful.  I hope this helps

kevin.martinez@pnc.com

kelley.montuori@pncmortgage.com

 

1-866-622-2657, ext. 66830

Comment by Cindy Billman, CDPE, SFR on August 7, 2012 at 8:09pm

Pre-approved short sale from BoA and they are the 1st lienholder - more than likely they will get a full payoff - the 2nd lienholder is PNC (OMG!) - PNC sent the borrower a notice stating that the loan has been charged off as a bad debt. Has anyone ever had PNC remove the deficiency judgment?  They had told borrower a few months ago that they would settle for $50k but the most they will get from the sale is $20k. If the deficiency judgment is not removed borrower will let it go to foreclosure. Any advice? Should I walk away from this one?

Comment by Jason M Halliday on June 5, 2012 at 12:51pm

Any one know if pnc has an e-mail address to initiate files yet?

 

 

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Discussion Forum

HELOC settlement.

Started by E C Hong Jan 30. 0 Replies

Finding a live person in Loss Mitigation

Started by Janice Wheeler. Last reply by TOP END Properties Jun 18, 2013. 2 Replies

Contact to try at PNC

Started by Teresa Simon. Last reply by Candace Curtis Oct 18, 2012. 1 Reply

PNC rather do a foreclosure over a shortsale?

Started by Benny Tran. Last reply by Benny Tran Sep 18, 2012. 4 Replies

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