Dorette Oppong-Takyi and team in Phoenix, closes another deal, a HAFA shortsale with Bank of America
PR Log - Feb 17, 2013 - Dorette Oppong-Takyi, a Real Estate Agent and a short sale expert in Phoenix Arizona and her team closes another deal. They closed a short sale deal for their clients with Bank of America. This deal closed on Friday February 15, 2013.
Dorette Oppong-Takyi and her team were not only able to prevent their clients from going through a foreclosure but were also able to get their clients a check of $6444.79 to assist them in relocation expenses.
This relocation assistance helped the clients with moving expenses as well as relocation expenses. The clients did not have to bring any money to the table at closing and had $168,276.38 which was 64% of the total debt forgiven as well.
“Short selling your home requires approval from the investor or bank that owns the loan, so there is a third party involved in the transaction. This makes the short sale process a bit more complicated than a normal sale of real estate.” says Dorette Oppong-Takyi. “There is usually no guarantee that it will be approved but a consultation before proceeding can help determine if it is worth taking that shot and having the right person, who has great knowledge of short sales, working with you helps as well.”
There are a lot of horror stories out there about dealing with short sales involving Bank of America and or the HAFA program. Dorette and her team were able to achieve this and get the deal done due to her extensive knowledge about how the HAFA program works and also because of the systems she has in place making this process run as smoothly as possible.
To be able to successfully close a short sale deal, it takes a well-established system and a great team. Dorette Oppong-Takyi surrounds herself with a great team of support staff and great resources to get deals done.
As a homeowner going through difficult times, sometimes you may think there is no other option out there for you. It pays to have all the options available to you and information so you can make a very good and informed decision.