Sunday, March 15, 2009

Fannie Mae Says No More Reduced Short Sale Commissions

If you are a Massachusetts Realtor or even someone who is selling a home and needs to do a short sale, the fact that Fannie Mae has dropped the hammer on banks trying to reduce a Realtor's commission is welcome news!

Short sales require much more work from the Real Estate agents involved than a traditional sale. To read the complete story see on why this is such a victory for those that need to do a short sale in Massachusetts see Fannie Mae Short Sale Commission No Longer Reduced.

Need to do a short sale in the Metrowest Massachusetts area? Having good representation is real important. Here are a few other articles I have written on the subject.

Avoiding foreclosure by a short sale or loan modification
Deed in lieu of foreclosure and short sales
Massachusetts short sales information


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1 comment:

philippine real estate said...

yeah...most of the real estate people do this...thanks for sharing the link of the article..

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