Good Luck, hope this helps,
Auction dates are not set in stone and oftentimes are cancelled or postponed for various reasons. If the property is listed as a short sale, the seller was perhaps granted a period of time to try and sell the home through the conventional process, though at a price that will prove less than what is owed on the note. Because the listing agent has a fiduciary relationship to the seller, they won't oftentimes provide the specific explanations. Lenders are usually pretty amenable to working with borrowers/sellers in an effort to avoid the expesnsive and tedious foreclosure process. Short sales, foreclosures, and REO's (bank owned properties after foreclosure) are areas of real estate in which I'm well versed. If you'd like more information as to what to expect through the short sale process and would like additional assistance with this particular home, feel free to contact me directly--I'm happy to help!
Michelle Easter, Broker Owner
I always pickup the phone, so call whenever you have a few minutes to chat.
Realty World & Associates