Debbie Heaton
  • Female
  • Atlanta, GA
  • United States

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Areas You Service (be VERY specific specific and include ALL counties, cities, states, and towns you service!)
Fulton, Gwinnette, Cobb, Douglasville
Short Sale Designations and/or Special Training
CSSG (Certified Short Sale Guide), SFR (Short Sales and Foreclosures Resource), CDPE (Certified Distressed Property Expert), CSP (Certified Short Sale Professional)
Short Sale Transactions Completed
Do you have any experience in Commercial Real Estate? If so, do you have the CCIM or any commercial designations? How many commercial transactions and dollar volume have you CLOSED?
About Me/Profile of yourself: - Please add your Brokerage Company name also!
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
Debbie’s high energy level, personal integrity, efficiency and her commitment to fulfilling clients and customers needs make Debbie a uniquely qualified REALTOR®. Few realtors have a background as diverse as Debbie. Prior to real estate, her career involved contract negotiations, financial analysis, marketing management, and accounting for a large developer for 20 years. Debbie considers the negotiation aspect of the real estate transaction to be one of her greatest strengths. Today as a residential agent, Debbie provides a service to help buyers and sellers in meet their housing needs in short sales. A genuine interest in helping people combined with enthusiasm, a strong work ethic and organizational skills is the reason to pick Debbie Heaton as your realtor. Debbie is dedicated to helping her clients in all stages of the real estate transaction, and their complete satisfaction is her ultimate goal.

Atlanta Board of Realtors
National Board of Realtors
Equator Certified Platinum and Equator Short Sale Certified.
RDCPro™ Certification
Certified Short Sale Agent

A short sale takes place when the value of the property declines to be lesser than the remaining value of the mortgage. The homeowner decides to sell his property because he can no longer keep up with the monthly payments. In this case, the approval of the lender has to be approved.
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March 10, 2011
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First Horizon

Posted on April 12, 2012 at 2:08pm 4 Comments

Short sale the buyer had declared bankruptcy, first and second lien was discharged in bankruptcy. First lender BOA approved short sale Second lender First Horizon refused  free money to them.  Wanted  buyer to give  10% Why would a buyer give a lender 10% when debt discharged


Posted on February 15, 2012 at 10:47am 1 Comment

Help FRANKLIN CREDIT:  short sale with BOA. The seller approved for  Cooperate Short Sale Program.  second with Franklin Credit. Per the approved short sale by BOA Franklin Credit is getting $2150. Franklin denied and said they wanted a promissory note for full balance. seller agreed to the promissory note. Then Franklin came back and denied the short sale again now they want $7500 and the promissory note for remaining The seller does not have the $7500 Then Franklin Credit came back and…


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