- October 28, 2010
- All New York State Office Counsel, Managers and Agents
- Short Sale - Chase Bank
Stewart will no longer approve a short sale with Chase if the short sale letter contains the following, which was taken from a letter issued by Chase.
Chase requires that full disclosure, including all details of the transaction, be made part of both the Buyer and Seller on the HUD-1 form. If Chase finds full disclosure was not made at the time of this approval, the approval becomes null and void.
Any other short sale containing language allowing the lender to nullify the letter will not be insurable.
As a reminder, approval must be obtained prior to insuring a short sale.
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