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Where to Find Bank of America Short Sale Help on Oahu

(Honolulu, Hawaii) Attention old Countrywide or current Bank of America borrowers…If you are frustrated dealing with your loan modification or short sale with the lender, don’t give up. 

It is widely known that Bank of America has been one of the most painfully slow and most difficult banks to work with, especially when attempting a short sale. However, with its new system, the turn around time for short sales is much better now, providing you work with a REALTOR who knows what they are doing.

This is the reason you need a professional who knows Bank of America’s automated system to expeditiously negotiate, handle your financial package, and help consult you on writing a hardship letter and other crucial documents required in a short sale. 

The system is called Equator. If you have a Realtor who knows Equator and is a fierce negotiator, you will be able to start negotiations with your bank much sooner, and avoid months and even years of ongoing pressure and anxiety that could lead into a foreclosure on your family home.

Contact me if you do not know where to turn, or who to turn to, and you are ready to give up the towel. I am here to serve you.

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Carol Andrews

March 18, 2012

I couldn’t agree more. As a service to my clients

Carol Andrews

March 18, 2012

I couldn’t agree more. As a service to my clients

Carol Andrews

March 18, 2012

I couldn’t agree more. As a service to my clients I will refer them to a qualified agent registered with Equator in this situation in hopes of them achieving their dream…
Aloha,
Caro

Carol Andrews

March 18, 2012

I couldn’t agree more. As a service to my clients I will refer them to a qualified agent registered with Equator in this situation in hopes of them achieving their dream…
Aloha,
Caro

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