Showing Off Spencer-Discovering Spencer, the Brookfields, Worcester County, Massachusetts and New England: Chase Has followed Through With Large Short Sale Cash Incentive

Chase Has followed Through With Large Short Sale Cash Incentive


Crawford Realty team has recently negotiated a $35,000 payment to their short sale client at closing.  In addition the seller also received another $3000 as a HAFA incentive for a total check to the seller at closing of $38,000.

Chase Bank is sending homeowners a solicitation letter offering up to $35,000 to do a short sale.  We listed the house, received an offer almost immediately, and closed the sales transaction in 80 days from listing to close.

Once an offer was obtained, the Crawford Realty Team submitted a short sale package to Chase, and worked co operatively with the buyer’s attorney and the seller’s attorney to get all incentives available.   After several weeks of negotiating Chase not only offered all incentives, paid back taxes, title v, smokes, seller settlement fees, Real Estate Broker commission, and waived the entire deficiency balance.


Chase is not the only lender offering incentives to the homeowner delinquent on their mortgage.  For more information about other incentives available, contact one of the Short Sale Partners of the Crawford Realty Team.

 Pam Crawford

Pam Crawford, ABR,e-PRO®,CRS,CDPE,LMC

Owner, REALTOR®, Managing Partner, MBA, BSBA
RE/MAX Professional Associates


phone/fax (508)-784-0503    



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Comment balloon 1 commentPam Crawford • November 15 2011 12:44PM


Pam, that must have been one large sale to have the bank give so much to the seller.  Congratulations on getting another short sale closed in this difficult market.

Posted by Kay Van Kampen, Realtor®, Springfield Mo Real Estate (RE/MAX Broker, RE/MAX) over 7 years ago