There must be a local bank - not a national lender - who will lend on your property.
WF and Chase are usually not the lenders they are usually just the servicers who are managing the collection of the payments.
A Refi might end their servicing agreement with the actual owner of the loan and affect their income.
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I just came across to this website. It's an general answer for any home seller no matter where they live.
The most important task is getting the list of the sold properties comparable to your property which have been sold in past 6 months. You may get this list from your local real estate agents. They have access to all details of the sold properties within your area. Preferably stick with the sold reports within two miles radius of your home. Most appraisers evaluate the houses based on the sold properties within the same area and within last 6 months period. By making comparison between the ones that sold without a full finished basement and the ones that sold with this feature you can determine if it's profitable for you to do so. Good luck. If you need more details go to my website at www.JacklinsDreamHomes.com... more
I would be more than glad to give oyu an idea but I need some more information. Liek the exact address so i can get the square footage and particulars. In the meantime, please feel free to log onto my web site to see what the ohters like your are selling for.
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Hi Kath Cal... As you can see from all the postings the average commission depends on the agent/office. What I tell my clients when I'm asked this question is whatever commission we negotiate nothing is paid until I get your price and we close on the property.