I had a short sale that was going well, negotiatons was almost coming to a concensus but before I knew it reps from the coop program made contact with my sellers, and offer them $3000 for moving…Continue
There is empathy and there is charity. I for one think that a seller that has not been paying the mortgage should be willing to pay his share when a short sale is done. The seller on the average has 6 months or more before having to move out. In the mean time no rent/mortgage is paid. The only person with the biggest benefit from a short sale is the seller.
The buyer is not getting a great deal s/he is paying what homes in an area sell for wheather Regular Sale, REO or short…Continue
Okay why is a license needed every time there is a change to the normal way of conducting business. I have been in real estate 6 years but have over 60 years of common sense, and knowing that having a piece of paper does not make a person an expert, sometimes not even mediocre. So anytime a person sugguests that a license to do short sales is needed is only self serving. In 2008, when the REO came to market, there was talk of needing a license to do REO. This was from people that…Continue
I am tired of hearing 3rd party negotiators making comments, like a real estate agent should not do their own negotitions until they have some under their belt. Well my question to them is HOW MANY did they have before their first deal ? I feel that all beginnings start with a first.
We agents/brokers take listings to bring the seller the most money possible. When an agent starts bringing more parties into the equation the net price gets reduced by the extra parties. The only…Continue