Do You Need To Do A Short Sale On Your Bank Of America Loan?

Hello everyone, Kelly Cook here with the Kelly Cook Real Estate Group, your short sale specialist; check us out online at www.KellyCookHomes.com. We're part of the Keller Williams Realty network in Phoenix and we specialize in helping homeowners find alternatives to foreclosure through the means of a short sale.

The topic we're specifically addressing today is short sales with Bank of America. They are probably the largest servicer and lender for mortgages in the country; they probably also have the largest number of non-performing notes that they're servicing and holding. There are a lot of people out there experiencing a hardship and they have a Bank of America loan. We have closed close to 100 Bank of America short sales and know how to work with them very well. They use a web-based platform for all document submission called Equator, which makes things easier in terms of having everything organized.

They have a few different short sale programs as well; they have the traditional short sale program, the cooperative short sale program and the HAFA short sale program. Every single program they have has a different appeal to it, process and qualifications. Give us a call today; we love taking on the challenge of working with Bank of America because quite frankly, they're not the easiest bank to work with. Once you get someone within Bank of America that enjoys their job and knows what they're doing, they can be very pleasant to work with.

We are one of Phoenix's largest short sale and real estate teams and we'd love to put our expertise, knowledge and experience to work for you today. You can reach us via telephone at both our Arizona and Ohio offices or you can email us at info@kellycookhomes.com. If you are also wondering whether or not you should do a short sale or stay in your home, check out the Short Sale Decision Calculator on our website to help you find out how far underwater you are and whether or not a short sale is the answer to your financial troubles.

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