Asked by Jon, Jacksonville, FL • Tue Aug 13, 2013
I have been trying to sell my home in FL for 3 years. Due to health reasons I had to accept a job in Oklahoma last year. I left my adult son and wife to care for the home in FL. Our agent advised us to go short sale since the surrounding market wasn't bringing in what we owed for the home. We received an offer and sent off the paper work to Fannie Mae.
90 days later we finally heard back saying we were denied because 1. We were up to date on our mortgage and 2. Our hardship was voluntary.
How can they say it is voluntary when a medical condition forced me to leave my job in FL and the only position my company had to accommodate my condition was in Oklahoma?
Also, is there any reason it takes so long to hear from Fannie Mae other than "its the government?"
I fear what it means to be a homeowner in America is radically different than I remember
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