Our Wells Fargo Experience Could Be The Difference In Your Short Sale Approval

Hello everyone my name is Kelly Cook with the Kelly Cook Real Estate Group, your Phoenix short sale specialist, thank you for your time today. Our team of short sale experts are working with Phoenix homeowners every day and I use this blog to share valuable information on the numerous options you the homeowner have for avoiding foreclosure. If you are currently behind on your mortgage or have seen the value of your home greatly diminished take a minute to browse my website or call my office directly to learn about your real estate options.

For my blog today I wanted to talk with Phoenix homeowners who have their mortgage through Wells Fargo about the opportunity to complete a short sale. Wells Fargo is one of the biggest banks in the country and in turn own a very large portion of the mortgage portfolio's in this country. I have dealt with their short sale staff on numerous occasions over the last few years and have been able to get plenty of approvals for Phoenix homeowners. Of late, the staff at Wells Fargo has been a little harder to work with especially when negotiating to have all deficiencies waived and the selling price be accepted as payment in full. For reasons such as this it is important to have a trusted short sale agent handle your file instead of someone new to the short sale process. I personally have been working with the loss mitigation staff at the Des Moines offices of Wells Fargo since 2006 and have the experience to ensure you a fast approval.

If you have questions on your Wells Fargo mortgage, or any other lender, or are already planning to short sale your home fill out a contact form on my website or call me directly to get started today. On my website you can also find our Short Or Stay Calculator that may help you determine if a short sale is right for you. Thank you for your time today and I hope to hear from you soon at the Kelly Cook Real Estate Group in Phoenix.

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