Alpharetta Buford Dacula Roswell Suwanee GA – We had a short sale where the first mortgage is Fannie Mae. Fannie Mae Short Sale Guidelines stipulate that the maximum any junior mortgages can be paid is $3,000. However, the negotiator set it up so the second mortgage is getting paid $5,700. It just so happens that the second appears to be owned by Bank of America.
In my opinion, it looks like the fox squirrel is watching the henhouse. It appears that in a roundabout way, Bank of America is getting a bailout from Uncle Sam. First, Uncle Sam gives Fannie Mae Billions. Fannie has gotten 83.6 Billion thus far. Then that bailout money goes from Fannie to Bank of America in a roundabout way. Pathetic. Just goes to show how the banks work the system for their benefit.
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