Bank of America has an online manual that may help agents and homeowners with a short sale. It can be found and copied by clicking on the link below. The first pages of the 40 page document show agents of a homeowner how to set up an account, and the how to utilize the BOA system - this is for the BOA system only.
Keep in mind, you still have to know what you are doing! If you haven't done a short sale before, you might set up an account, read all the steps, use a search engine to study what the components of each step are made up of (like a HUD1), and then you MIGHT try it. There are qualified professionals who have experience, so it is usually better for you to leave this type of sale to them. Mistakes can be costly.
I have posted the "BOA short sale manual" as a reference ONLY. You may or may not be able to complete a short sale for a client or for yourself by reading the manual. It does help inexperienced agents and owners understand the process, forms, time, and especially the experience needed to complete a short sale successfully.
Even if you are able to get the forms and information to BOA, you still need a buyer to be on the other side of the transaction. When you need a local agent, you may find one at REindex.com where local agent web sites are linked by the town(s) they actually work in.
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