Jan. 13, 2013
-- Many lenders unlike Chase Bank are still trying to figure out how to approve a short sale request in a timely manner. As a short sale expert in Georgia, I have been successful in getting short sale approvals through many of the larger banking institutions. Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Suntrust Mortgage, BB&T and others.
JPMorgan Chase is also offering a range of incentives to borrowers that agree to a pre-foreclosure sale “because if we can’t work out a modification, a short sale is a better result for the borrower, the servicer, the investor, and the neighborhood than a foreclosure,”
the company said in a statement.
Chase says the amount of the offer “depends on a number of factors” but declined to share specific details on how much money it’s been providing to short sellers. One agent in Florida confirms that he has indeed received a letter from Chase offering $20,000 to a borrower he’s representing in a short sale transaction. For details, call Certified Short Sale Agent, Lisa Jefferson, 678.480.5054 or visit http://www.GeorgiaShortSaleHelp.com
Many lenders offer short sale relocation incentives for different amounts. However, Chase bank is the first to offer an incentive of this size. If your mortgage lender is Chase Bank, you may qualify for a $15,000 short sale incentive at closing. This incentive is not a loan and does not have to be paid back.
How long does the Short Sale Process take?
The Short Sale process can take up to 120 days or longer. In many cases if you received a foreclosure notice, you should act immediately by calling Lisa Jefferson, Certified Short Sale Agent and a Chase Priority Partner. Our short sale consultations and services are FREE to every Georgia Homeowner. Did you know that, many short sale sellers are not aware that the foreclosure sale date can be postponed for up to 120 days or longer when working with an experienced Short Sale Real Estate Agent who understands the entire Short Sale process.
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