Congratulations! So nice to hear that you were able to get a postponement to your foreclosure. You will recall that in your other question posted, everyone said you were out of time, but me. I advised you that it was in fact possible to stop the sale even though the sale was scheduled for 2 weeks away. Now, we need to put your home on the market and get a buyer. That is what the bank is allowing a very short period of time to achieve. They will want to see quick and decisive action to get your home on the market and an aggressive effort to obtain an offer. Then we have a very short time frame to obtain all of the documentation that the bank requires and submitted in the format they require. This means you need someone who has been successful at packaging and negotiating short sales to work on your behalf. I am confident as I was in your last question that we can help you. Please call me or email me and I will be more than happy to help you short sale your home.
Now, with regard to the HOA lien, there is a little understood and often passed over statute in the State of Nevada with regard to HOA liens that says that the HOA can only collect up to 9 months of HOA dues, plus collection costs. This is known as the "Super priority" amount. First we negotiate with your Lender to pay all costs including the HOA. We expect the lender to only allow a certain amount toward the HOA lien, so at the same time we approach the HOA (which is most likely now in collections - so the collection agency) and negotiate a reduced amount equal to the "Super Priority". That amount is always acceptable to the bank because if they foreclose, that is the amount they will be required to pay when they dispose of the condo plus their new monthly dues from the time they foreclose to the time they dispose of the unit.
I can not tell you how happy I am that you were able to get the sale postponed.
Best of luck, and thanks for reading. I hope to hear from you and the opportunity to help you create a good outcome for your situation.