Massachusetts Loss Mitigation GONE WRONG! – Goldman Sachs – Shellpoint and the AG’s office

Massachusetts Loss Mitigation GONE WRONG! Loss Mitigation – most people don’t know really what this term means, but for those who work in Short Sales or in the default department of a bank it’s as familiar as morning coffee. I haven’t posted much this year.  We were busy getting our Realtor website for Massachusetts Loss […]

MASSACHUSETTS SHORT SALE HAFA program has ended for all Loss Mitigation efforts

Do not promise your short sale homeowners a moving incentive until we talk to them.  Here’s why! Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

Short Sale Negotiation Approval in Brockton MASSACHUSETTS

Short Sale Negotiation Approval in Brockton MASSACHUSETTS Our loss mitigation efforts in Brockton, Massachusetts finally paid off.  This sale came in while I was away and Nick did the intake.  I called this woman when I was back because I became highly aware she had an auction scheduled on her property.  The property was listed […]

FHA Short Sales in Massachusetts – Know the Guidelines

FHA Short Sales in Massachusetts – Know the Guidelines I had a new Coldwell Banker agent come to me with a failed FHA sale.  FHA short sales in Massachusetts are extremely tricky. For a very good in depth overview of the FHA short sale process you can see one of my previous blog posts here.  […]

Why I Like and Don’t Like Negotiating Short Sales with Select Portfolio Servicing – Massachusetts

Why I Like and Don’t Like Negotiating short sales with Select Portfolio Servicing We just got another short sale approval this week from Select Portfolio Servicing, Inc.  This was for a property in Scituate, Massachusetts.  I’ve noticed the same trends each time we negotiate a short sale with SPS.  Overall, they get a two thumbs […]

3rd Party Negotiations (buyer paid fees) Offer Seller HOPE

My very first conversation with her left me with more hope than we had had in over 2 years. She very kindly listened to me ramble on for what must have seemed like hours, late into the
afternoon describing our circumstances. She actually took the time to listen and respond to our fears and concerns. More importantly, she had some wonderful advice to offer and let us know that although there was a time crunch, we should not despair. She reassured us that although it felt like things were hopeless, there still may be a glimmer of a chance to halt our impending foreclosure and sell our house.
That first phone call led to a relationship that extends much deeper than business in my husbands and my eyes.