Asked by Steve Armstrong, Tampa, FL • Wed Dec 17, 2008
I have now done a couple of short sales and have referred a few clients to an attorney when things get sticky. I dont know if it is a product of the situation or just a basic perception but I dont know if these people are getting "more for their money" when they engage an attorney to represent them in these short sales. I sometimes feel like the bank response better initially but then slows down before making any decisions. Anyone have any comments on this? Not trying to offend anyone, just more of a curiousity on other peoples experiences.
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