Nevada Short Sale Specialist Lois Lee Greer – How to Write a Hardship Letter

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Las Vegas, NV – August 25, 2011 – (RealEstateRama) — While short sales minimize damage to your credit versus foreclosure, the fact remains that the goal of every short sale is to walk away without the bank coming after you at some future date down the road. So why are some homeowners asked to pay substantial promissory notes in exchange for a short sale approval, while other homeowners are not asked to pay a promissory note at all? The answer can almost always be found by looking at the experience (or lack of experience) of the Real Estate Agent. There are certain factors which minimize hardship in the eyes of banks and bank Investors, and are essentially short sale deal killers. A Realtor experienced with short sales will be able to explain the banks perception of hardship and how it applies to your particular situation.

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Lois Lee Greer is both a Listing Agent and a Buyer's Representative for The Myers Team.  Born and raised in Texas, Lois has called Las Vegas home since 2003.   Lois says, "I love Las Vegas.  It's like living in a big city with a little town feel."  Lois has been in sales for over 20 years, and became a Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE) in 2009.  Before selling Real Estate, Lois was a top salesperson for several luxury companies including Mercedes Benz, Lexus, and Neiman Marcus. Additionally, Lois owned and ran her own business for over 11 years.

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8690 S Maryland Pkwy Ste 200
Las Vegas, NV89123

Ce: 702-236-3680
Fx: 702-441-4885

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