It's 2012 and short sales are still not...SHORT! With government intervention, major law suits, new homeowner incentive programs, robo-signing foreclosure scandal, and the myriad of moving parts in the unwinding of these loans, short sales have not gotten easier or more streamlined as promised in many cases. Why? What servicer and government programs are on the horizon for 2012? Are CHASE and Bank of America really offering delinquent borrowers $20,000 - $35,000 as an incentive to short sale? Is the HAFA program working? What improvements are being made to the short sale process at the servicer-level? Find out the answers to these questions and more as top agent Jacob Swodeck interviews high-level executives at Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Carrington, AND
a U.S. Treasury representative! This webinar will put you in the know for 2012. You don't want to miss it!
About Jacob Swodeck
Jacob Swodeck (PSC, SFR) is one of the top active agents in the country who has closed over 1,000 short sale transactions since his real estate career began more than 11 years ago. He has also earned the reputation as one of the top national trainers on the subject of short sales that has personally trained over 20,000 real estate professionals as well as national seminar / convention presentations for most of the largest real estate brands (Keller Williams, Prudential, ReMax, and Coldwell Banker) and several state REALTOR(R) associations. Jacob has recently been named the Director of Education for PartnerFirst, which is a national agent network specializing in pre-foreclosure training, A.M.S. (agent management services), and lead distribution.