Chase Priority Partners
Banks are moving away from foreclosures toward lender- and government-backed short sales with the goal of improving their bottom line. Chase began a pilot short sale program earlier this year in which designated short sale experts—called priority partners—are first in line for access to and negotiation with the bank's mortgages. Canyon View Real Estate has just been made a priority partner for Chase's real estate assets in Salt Lake and Utah counties.
Chase is emphasizing its HAFA-backed ability to give homeowners a better deal through short sales, releasing homeowners from their debt obligations and offering a potential $3,000 (and up) in relocation assistance. For more information on HAFA (Home Affordable Foreclosure Alternatives) short sales, visit the HAFA website. If you are a Chase homeowner behind on your mortgage payment, let us put our relationship with Chase to work for you.
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