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Asked by Cindy.skaggs, Lexington, KY Wed Sep 4, 2013

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Richard Pira, Agent, San Francisco, CA
Thu Sep 5, 2013
we can meet @ my office and give u some suggestions call 6502780074 to schedule
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Thu Sep 5, 2013
Cindy,

Good advice below. Without a doubt, working with a agent experience in the short sale process is crucial. I have not seen many short sales successfully closed with the expertise of a licensed agent.

Best of luck,

Deborah
NMLS #279125
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Gina Landers, Agent, San Francisco, CA
Wed Sep 4, 2013
Good general answer below. Having some experience in short sales, it's not always about playing nice, it's about the bottom line. Your agent will need to have enough knowledge upfront to know what certain lenders will settle for based on the balance and be good at playing everyone back and forth in order to get this accomplished. It may be beneficial to offer the Jr Liens more if the 1st will allow it, rather than gamble that they will sign off for "something" at risk of getting nothing. You see, they know they have you by the "....." as well. Good Luck!
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JR Thrasher, Agent, San Diego, CA
Wed Sep 4, 2013
Make sure you have an agent that is experienced in navigating short sales. The agent is the key in short sale situations. If your agent knows what they are doing they will be able to present your case to the lenders and handle objections from the lenders in a manner that promotes your best interests.

J.R. Thrasher
http://www.SanDiegoRealEstateVeterans.com
619-929-0105
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