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Reid Real Estate Group assists homeowners with Chase mortgages short sell their homes in the Greater New Haven Area, Connecticut . Read up on Chase Bank short sales in CT and some of our recent short sale success stories. If you need assistance with a short sale in the area contact Minna Reid today for personalized advice!

September 1, 2017

Chase Bank forgives over $1,000,000 in this jumbo loan short sale!

Chase Bank forgives over $1,000,000 in this jumbo loan short sale! HOME SALE CHALLENGE: After 3 years of efforts to sell their Ridgefield, CT luxury home without success, these sellers were forced to face the fact their home was now worth about half of the $2 million they owed on it. After a business failure, the sellers […]

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September 1, 2017

Hamden, Connecticut VA Compromise Sale with Chase Bank and Ditech

Hamden, Connecticut VA Compromise Sale with Chase Bank: Once in a while I am surprised when  a lender just has it together and a short sale approval comes easy…unfortunately rarely is that the case with Chase… HOME SALE CHALLENGE: After many months on market trying to sell his home as a traditional sale, this Hamden, CT homeowner realized […]

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August 31, 2017

A trying road to a Milford, CT short sale success with Ocwen, Chase and SPS!

When these Milford, CT homeowners decided it was time to relocate they found themselves upside down with three outstanding loans on their home. A highly complex and difficult short sale was in order to resolve all three liens so it was time to call in the experts. We listed the home and within a week a bidding war […]

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August 31, 2017

A long road to a Chase short sale success in Hamden, CT!

When this Hamden, CT couple was relocated across the country for new employment, they found themselves prisoners in their home with $100,000 of negative equity and no way to cover the loss.  Committed to “doing the right thing and preserving their credit”, this couple wanted to keep up the mortgage payments as long as they could. While their loan […]

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