I am a Realtor in Marina del Rey, CA. I lived a few years in San Francisco, CA but am not a expert about real estate rentals in SF. I would search Realtors in area with knowledge about Dogpatch Lofts. Experienced area Realtor should have knowledge about Dogpatch Lofts and other communities that may suit you needs. Use the zip code for Dogpatch and search Trulia, Zillow and Google for professional Realtors. May take a little time but in the long run it will be beneficial.
Gail Mercedes Cole
If one offer has been submitted to the bank, the listing agent does NOT have to submit subsequent back up offers to the bank as well. He can Hold onto them as back ups & if something happens to the 1st buyer & they back out, then he can entertain the back ups & submit another one.
The listing agent of a short sale does not have a fiduciary duty to the bank, the bank is not the seller.
Put yourself in accepted offer #1's shoes. Do you want the listing agent submitting offers over yours? Likely not.
Some agents submit all offers to the bank, some don't. Personally I find that my buyer retention rate is much higher when I am loyal to one buyer who's offer is accepted & submitted to the lien holder(s) & that buyer is more loyal to myself & the seller in the more lengthy process that is the short sale transaction.
I don't look back on this same Trulia thread for answers posted after mine.
Realtor Since 1996
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American Industrial Center, Dog Patch. Ask for Greg or Dianne. Great Landlords to us for several years. Wonderful area. 415-621-1920 email@example.com
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Best of luck
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