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I owned my own company in Downey, California and was the first agent to attempt a short sale. In the 1980's when these became popular, I was the first to negotiate successfully with some of the biggest banks in the state.
I not only was successful, I quickly became number 1. Many Realtors avoid these type of sales because they are tedious and time consuming. Some short sales took as long as 6 months. I was the first to negotiate with the Governor's office also.
They had continually just take the fall and let all their homes go into foreclosure. I showed their representative that some money (in the thousands) was better than nothing. In the beginning they refused to deal and I simply told them to take a flying leap and not bother me. I told them "I do not work for free."
Needless to say, my phone rang and the negotiations began and we closed the deal. My first sale would prove to be my most profitable because they then would deal with me each time. I was then their paid negotiator on their side. Each time an agent presented them an offer, they would contact me to see if the agent was legit and if the offer was viable.
Time and time again I showed where the agent was a scam artist and trying to rip the government off. My reputation grew and before long I had more short sales than I could handle and would start referring them out. Regrettably there was never anyone who could do what I could do.
I had an escrow company ask me why I did these short sales. My commission was from 4.5% to 5% normally. Regular commission was at 6%. It was not just the money. It was about the satisfaction I got helping people. My clients would tell people how I was their friend, not their agent.
While I offer no guarantees, I do offer help. Let me help you before you sign on the dotted line.
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