Is Chase a Difficult Bank to Work With When Completing a Short Sale on Your Home?

Hey guys, Kelly Cook here with the Cook & Associates Real Estate Advisors, your :k1: short sale specialists. You can find us online at We are part of The Real Brokerage, one of the largest brokers in the entire country. Now we specialize in helping homeowners across the entire :k1: area find alternatives to foreclosure through the means of a short sale. Now the topic we are specifically addressing today are Chase short sales. Chase is obviously one of the largest banks in the entire country and they have a huge portfolio of non-performing loans that they work on with agents across the entire country. They continue to try to find a way to mitigate their losses through the short sale process.

Chase is still kind of in the 20th century to some degree with their paperwork and their logistics and the way they handle their short sale paperwork. Everything has to be faxed to them and sometimes paperwork gets lost along the way. Overall Chase is getting much better to work with. We actually enjoy working with Chase and have gained some really good contacts with them. We would love to put them to work for you today. So please don’t call an agent who has never done a short sale. Find out where the proof is and how many deals they have closed. We have closed well over 300 deals over the past several years. We’re at about a 95% success rate on all the short sales that we have taken. So we know how to get it done and we know how to navigate the waters on if you have mortgage insurance and are negotiating with the bank.

We would love to work with your Chase short sale today. Again, I’m Kelly Cook with the Cook & Associates Real Estate Advisors and we are one of :k1:’s largest real estate teams. Please give us a call or email us, whatever is easiest for you. We can be reached at 480-442-9868 or 614-600-2028. You can also email us at and we’ll be in touch with you immediately. You can also check out our short sale calculator at It will tell you exactly what your home is worth and then from there you can see where you stand and decide if a short sale might be right for you. We hope to hear from you soon.