Equator.com has helped.. but again.. "improvement" was the only way to go for Bank of America.
How could they get any worse? LOL
Equator is partially to be credited but they also changed their internal processing systems... that has more to do than Equator per say.
Equator is largely to credit for the maintenance and storage of the documents and communication.. there is no way a negotiator can now say... "I didn't get the document".. as everything is properly noted and visible to all.
Bank of America's Matt Vermon recently recognized that Bank of America needed to improved their processing of short sales. But most importantly, Matt mentioned how the focus of Bank of America is changing from its "investor" only mentality and now includes and considers the the distressed seller, buyer and real estate professionals involved in the transaction.
This is a giant step for Bank of America.. I hope they walk the walk and not just talk the talk.. we are seeing some improvements, and I hope their efforts continue to move in the right direction.
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