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Motivation

Posted by Connie Gohata on Thursday, November 12, 2015, In : Selling 
I have been in several coaching programs - some good, some not good.  I am not great at just suggestions - I need someone to say do this and then do that.  At this moment I am in two coaching programs, both completely different but both dealing with Real Estate.  In fact, they are about the exact opposites of each other - one is compared to high class, glossy, lots of bling, appealing to high end sellers and buyers.  The other is nitty gritty, get down in the trenches, commando type of market...
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Yet another Short Sale!

Posted by Connie Gohata on Wednesday, October 7, 2015,
Wells Fargo Bank has a lot of foreclosure business and is still going strong.  I have a bank account with them and they own one of my rental properties (I say one, but right now, I only have ONE). BUT I'm not in foreclosure, so that is great!  I just finished a long, drawn out short sale with WFB and it would have been shorter had we not changed buyers 4 times and then the last buyer wanted to change the price at the last minute, which made the bank have to go back to decide yes or no.  They ...
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No names, just facts

Posted by Connie Gohata on Saturday, August 24, 2013, In : Short Sale 

It's been a long road down the not-so-crimson pathway in short sale land.  Here's a familiar rant about what is happening - and it isn't even all about the banks (it's the buyers and sellers, too).

1.  I have a short sale listing - but the sale is going down the tubes.  Both 1st and 2nd Banks OK'd the sale, BUT.  The BUT is they (Nationstar) want to close in 10 days.  Why they won't budge, I don't know.  The seller is unhappy, thinks we aren't working h...


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Showing Tag: "sales" (Show all posts)

Motivation

Posted by Connie Gohata on Thursday, November 12, 2015, In : Selling 
I have been in several coaching programs - some good, some not good.  I am not great at just suggestions - I need someone to say do this and then do that.  At this moment I am in two coaching programs, both completely different but both dealing with Real Estate.  In fact, they are about the exact opposites of each other - one is compared to high class, glossy, lots of bling, appealing to high end sellers and buyers.  The other is nitty gritty, get down in the trenches, commando type of market...
Continue reading ...
 

Yet another Short Sale!

Posted by Connie Gohata on Wednesday, October 7, 2015,
Wells Fargo Bank has a lot of foreclosure business and is still going strong.  I have a bank account with them and they own one of my rental properties (I say one, but right now, I only have ONE). BUT I'm not in foreclosure, so that is great!  I just finished a long, drawn out short sale with WFB and it would have been shorter had we not changed buyers 4 times and then the last buyer wanted to change the price at the last minute, which made the bank have to go back to decide yes or no.  They ...
Continue reading ...
 

No names, just facts

Posted by Connie Gohata on Saturday, August 24, 2013, In : Short Sale 

It's been a long road down the not-so-crimson pathway in short sale land.  Here's a familiar rant about what is happening - and it isn't even all about the banks (it's the buyers and sellers, too).

1.  I have a short sale listing - but the sale is going down the tubes.  Both 1st and 2nd Banks OK'd the sale, BUT.  The BUT is they (Nationstar) want to close in 10 days.  Why they won't budge, I don't know.  The seller is unhappy, thinks we aren't working h...


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Connie Gohata RealtorĀ® and RE Investor Short Sale and REO Specialist Regular Sales, Distressed Sales CA/BRE #01822665 Phone: 714-553-9146

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