I just received a new listing today with PNC as the bank.Looking for tips, suggestions for a smooth transaction. Do they have their own short sale package? If so, does anyone know of a link I can go to?
I would give them a call. Just closed one last month. It was originally submitted in January, but it was buyers walking, not PNC that caused the delay. I found them very responsive and easy to deal with. We actually submitted all of the paperwork up front and were given a negotiator to work with. When we got an offer, we just sent in the offer and HUD and she let us know if she needed any updates. Stayed with the same negotiator the whole time and she was great. I think it will also depend on the investor. I kept in touch with her, let her know activity and it went well.
Here is their package, but you may still want to call them or have the homeowner call and request it, because alot of times lenders will change stuff, but this is about 6 months old, so you should be able to use it. If you need anything else, let meknow.
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