I understand your frustration and would be happy to help you sell your home as a short sale. I have had success with three short sales with Bank of America in the past year and I know their processes like the back of my hand. I know how difficult the bank can be, but know some of the "rules" that other agents may not know.
I just sold one of my listings in Butler Springs area of Ross Bridge - 4008 Butler Springs Place and I am very familiar with Ross Bridge. I may even have a buyer depending on where your home is located in Ross Bridge!
My contact info is below. Please feel free to contact me at your earliest convenience.
Happy to help,
Red Hills Realty
I'm Shelly Terry with RealtySouth. I've successfully closed a short sale property which I listed. I am certified by the National Association of Realtors as a Short Sale and Foreclosure Resource. I live just a few miles from Ross Bridge so you could count on responsive servicing if your home is listed with me. Also have been a selling agent for homes in Ross Bridge. Please give me a call at 482-7676 or send an e-mail to email@example.com if you'd like to speak and meet with me.
Talk to you soon, Bekah
(PS: I attached some information about taxes on short sales, in case you were worried about that)
Short sales are an odd duck and quite frankly tough for everyone to deal with. BofA doesn't give pre approval prices easily if at all.
My finding is that short sales have to be under foreclosure prices in order to sell. Buyers just are tired of the longness of the short sales and have to be enticed to submit an offer. Having an approved price with the bank makes a big difference. Good luck to you.