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Getting a Deficiency Released From BofA (Part 3)

22 Mar 2010 · Kurt

So recently I have discovered a way to get the standard verbiage on a Bank Of America short sale approval letter, to state they will NOT pursue my clients for any further deficiency. I have done this several times now and the tactics that were employed were somewhat out of the box for my thinking but thanks to the help of a colleague of mine, I was able to use these techniques that work just as well with many other lenders. Since I have implemented this new system, I have been able to get have deficiency released from other tough lenders such as Chase, National City, and Greentree.

The good news for my clients is that they will know rest assured and not have to worry about these particular lenders any further, even my past clients will benefit as my new system can help my past clients as well.

The bad news is for other home sellers  out there that are using real estate agents that are not as experienced may still be left to deal with these issues.

Kurt Wannebo
San Diego Real Estate and Investments
www.sdreai.com


Kurt Wannebo

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