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Being able to close quickly and keeping your clients informed and happy are some of the most important things when negotiating short sales. We have a full time department that exclusively works on short sales.

Our typical short sale is lender approved in 60 days or less.

We fight to make sure the bank does not reduce your commission. We also go to bat for your clients and make sure they are considered for HAFA and other incentive programs. We have had sellers leave their short sales with anywhere from $3,000 to as high as $35,000.

After 3 years of negotiating short sales, we know what information the banks require, and how best to present it to them. We also know which lenders are easy and difficult to work with, so you can manage your client's expectations on when their closing can be held.

We offer a full service title and closing department, but we can work with your client's preferred title company, too. We also do Joint Postcard and Letter Campains with successful agents.


We do not collect any fees up front and we do not require the Agents to contribute any of their commissions. We only collect our fee if there is a succesful short sale. Further in over 85% of the short sales we have closed since July 2011, the lender has agreed to cover our fee*. If the lender does not agree to pay our fee, we will work with the homeowner and explain to them at the start of the process what our potential fee would be.

Short Sales may have tax implications, so please consult your tax adviser.

*Past performance is no guarantee of future results

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