Hope that helps. Good luck,.
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I would say that the investor not accepting the offer is extremely rare. Here it is usually just a formality. Hang in there. I'm sure it will work out for you guys. Let us know when they sign off on it.
Hank Miller, SRA, ABR
Associate Broker & Certified Appraiser
Prudential GA Realty
That is the case here, according to what the Realtor explained to me. Here is the deal, there is a bank (MidFirst) that has the property listed with a Real Estate Co. The guy that works at the REO dept at the realt estate company recieved the confirmation that the bank accepted the offer. My realtor notified me and we got very excited, then a few minutes later she found out by the same guy that the investor needs also to sign off. I am just praying that he or she will. I thought that REO's were just a bank deal, but it does not seem to be that way. In your situation that you have seen in CO, has it been a case where after the bank accepted the investor does not?
ARE YOU DOING hard money lender? not a conventional loan? If hard money lender would need to approve their ability purchase home on your behalf.