Melissa Polce, author of, "FHA Appraisal Came in too high on Short Sale" has a simple request, but no answers. I'd like for you guys to go over there to her original post and answer her.
It's not a huge post. There are no pictures, just a straight forward blurb on needing advice. She reports that she has never had this problem until now and that her clients' home has been on the market for approximately a year. They have been blessed with obtaining full price offers from buyers, however, each incident where the bank sends out appraisers the values consistently return for "higher and higher values, which knocks out the offers and now the bank wants us to relist the property." Hmm...
Melissa would like to know if you have any suggestions?
I am fascinated by this.
So would I.
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