Bank of America Complaint - Bank of America Delayed Short Sale Caused Foreclosure
There is something extremely not right about the way Bank of America is doing business.
Bank of America was in the second lien holder position and due to their delay, my home was forced into foreclosure. I had a property that was in short sale status. I had a buyer that was willing to pay cash. The paperwork had already been reviewed by the first position lien holder and accepted. I provided the paperwork to Bank of America and they, were extremely slow to review. The paperwork was sent to them with over 3 month prior to any foreclosure date, I even negotiated extra time with the 1st position lien holder, but that still wasn't enough for BofA. The first BofA negotiator held on to it for at least 60 days. When I called to check status, I was told that the more I called, the more that my file would be delayed, even when I relayed the urgent time line. After the first negotiator looked at it, it had to go and be reviewed by another negotiator, and they told me she had an additional 60 days before she had to get back to me with a decision. 2 negotiators 60 days each - that was their process, take-it or leave it.
In Calif., the second lien does not get anything back if the home goes into foreclosure, so I would think it be in their best interest to try to proceed with the short sale, and avoid the foreclosure. The first lien holder finally turned down my second request to extend the date, they said they had already extended the foreclosure once and was not in their best interest to wait any longer. The home ultimately went into foreclosure.
I felt like someone spat in my face. I didn't understand why BofA was making it so difficult to avoid foreclosure? Please if anyone is in a position where they can create change, do so. Bank of America bought Countrywide, who had my lien, but now, they can not service those loans. They bought a troubled asset to get government help, without owning up to the responsibilities...sorry if I added my 3 cents, but what they are doing is WRONG!
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