There are a few key pieces of information you need to know before progressing with our short sales as a real estate agent.
> Use forms provided by DUFFY Realty, only
> Limit the number of contingencies
> Thoroughly review all exhibits with buyer
> Provide proof of funds or pre-qual letter
> Do not offer with Georgia Dream Financing
> Do not make changes to typed information
> Do not attach non-essential exhibits
> We accept the first full price offer which adheres to The Do’s
> Offers are presented to the seller for review, acceptance, and signature
> Per HUD, all short sales are listed in MLS for a minimum of 15 days
> We work all mortgages on the listing to expedite closing
It’s easy to make an offer on a short sale. Get started by reading below.
2 Review both the instruction sheet and contract for earnest money and closing costs details.
3 Fill out the offer form being careful to abide by The Do’s and The Don’ts.
Learning to be a short sale agent by trial and fire is a difficult and time consuming project. Short sale real estate agents are few and far between because it takes a lot of volume to figure out how the lenders operate. Most lenders have their own form for short sale real estate agents to use and then they have their own process for submission. Short sale real estate agents are often left to figure it out and after no communication with the lender it is often hard for a short sale real estate agent to figure out what to do to make a successful sale. At DUFFY we have a very specific process because we have found that if we don’t have a detailed process, we don’t have success as short sale real estate agents. So please bear with us. Our process will produce the result you want!