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We just finally closed on a short sale property that took over 6 months. The seller's loan was with Indymac. They are a horrible bank to do business with. They don't return calls, they change there story from week to week, and nobody is accountable. We were at the closing table the Tuesday before Thanksgiving (which they picked date). Then once we were there they did not send over the approval letter because some authority was out of town that needed to sign off on it. This ruined out Thanksgiving not to mention all of the people involved with this situation. Finally we closed yesterday but it took over 3 hours and almost didn't happen because they wanted something changed on the HUD that had been there the whole time. If you are trying to buy a property and Indymac is involved be prepared for a long wait and not many answers.

Ry
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  • Ha
      Dec 08, 2008

    they changed their story on us as well.
    i have documented all the conversations on all inconsistencies from he beginning of this ordeal.
    we also have proof that they wanted that we were not uninsured but i guess they have the voice of the government.
    is there a website where we can all assemble and send a common letter to the congress.
    this was my kids college fund that disappreared and has taken a toll on the family so i am willing to help whereever i can

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  • Ro
      Mar 18, 2010

    You must consider a shortsale most people do not realise that the bank does not care about the homeowner and there are millions of boiler room scams offering loan mods popping up every day . Out of 4 million homeowners facing foreclosure only 135, 000 have been helped thru a modification, companies are no longer allowed to charge for modifications so anyone offering their services at a price is a scam . I suggest talking to a licensed real estate agent about your case.
    www.romanrealtors.com
    also many people do not qualify for the 5 requisites the bank requires .

    we do not charge for modifications or shortsales the bank pays us. We wont ask u for a dime.

    Joaquin Roman
    Owner
    Roman Realtors and Financial Services, Inc
    3005 S. Bristol
    Santa Ana, CA
    http://romanrealtors.com/
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