Uh oh! The bank says your home is worth what?!
You have a buyer and now the bank has said your home is worth what? Now that the value on your Palm Beach County and Martin County home come in too high, it could jeopardize your sale. This is a big issue and the best way is to take the steps to avoid it. Many of the lenders are currently asking for more than a home is worth. Another change and another challenge. If you don’t take the right steps, you are about to hear a no. It is not too late. You can still get your short sale on your Palm Beach County home or Martin County home approved. The first step is to provide comparable sales that will show why the offer price is actually valid. If there are repairs that need to be made and it has impacted the value, photos and estimates need to be provided. If you aren’t getting anywhere, it is time to escalate. Having the contacts to help when things get off track is so important too. The Treu Group, your short sale team, has the experience and resources to get you to the closing table.
Was your short sale declined because of a bad value or counter offer from the lender? Have you heard a no because of a bad BPO? Did the bank deny your short sale? Call us, we have helped many Palm Beach County and Martin County homeowners avoid foreclosure that had been denied once or twice.
Your short sale team has the experience and determination to help you get to the closing table Call us at 561-352-3056.
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Listing information last updated on September 25th, 2017 at 2:52pm EDT.