I am pleased to announce that I have been selected as a Chase Priority Partner.
Over the last few years, Chase has found that a whopping 80 percent of their short sales fail in the first 30 days due to lack of listing agent experience and improper documentation. Seeking to change these numbers, Chase has launched its Priority Partner program.
Chase has sought out only the most experienced and knowledgable agents with the best track record of closing short sale deals with Chase and made them Priority partners. By selecting a Chase Priority Partner to complete your CT Chase short sale, you will be assured that you have selected an agent who will be able to get your Chase short sale completed in a timely fashion with correct documentation.
Selecting a Chase Priority Partner will dramatically increase your chances of successfully completing a short sale. In addition, Chase is offering very generous relocation incentives to homeowners who have a Chase portfolio loan or a loan with some private third-party banks or investors (not the government, Fannie or Freddie).
I have had clients offered $10,000 to $20,000. The relocation incentives range from $3,000 to as high as $45,000 — with no strings attached. All you have to do is successfully complete your short sale.
For more information on Chase short sales in Connecticut, please contact me for a free, private consultation.
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