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Chase Bank Just May Reimburse You To Short Sale Your House

Thursday, January 12th, 2012

Hello everony my name is Josh Pomerleau with Short Sale Shift, Minnesota’s premiere short sale group, thanks for stopping by my blog today. I work with Keller Williams Realty in the Minneapolis area and blog every day from the short sale trenches to supply worthwhile information to underwater householders trying to avoid foreclosure. If you are in search of even more information take a minute to browse my library of over five hundred informative videos on my web site that cover different short sale subjects in addition to a few of the lenders I have worked with.

For my weblog subject today I wanted to discuss working with Chase Bank on a short sale file and some of the expierences I’ve had. The last two Chase Bank short sale clients I’ve worked with have actually gotten paid to sell their dwelling by Chase. Increasingly national banks, like Chase, are in favor of short sales and in turn have developed programs to encourage owners to short sale their property. Chase does not release their {qualifications} for this program however as an experienced short sale agent it’s at all times something I am talking with their staff about. My objective is to always help a house owner to the very best of my skill and if that features a check from your lender than I am that much happier. Irrespective of where you live you probably have any questions on your Chase Bank mortgage, or every other lender, please stop by my website or give me a call to discuss your options. On my web site one can find a short sale specialist waiting to answer any specific questions you may have thanks to the chat box positioned within the left hand corner. Thanks on your time as we speak and I sit up for listening to from you soon at Minnesota’s premiere short sale team.

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