On Mule Day the lesson of being stubborn on short sales

Don’t get punk’d by agents offering you $3000 HAFA checks

East Valley Team member Dean Ouellette talks about how sometimes you need to be a stubborn as a mule to protect your short sale buyer.

On National Mule Day I talk about how to get a short sale approved sometimes you need to be a stubborn as a mule. In this deal we were told through three counter offers the investor was insisting on a promissory note and a cash contribution from the seller. We kept saying no and telling them why the seller would not come to the table with money. Even though the bank insisted it could not be approved without one, in the end the deal was approved with no money from the sellers.

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