“Is the Second Time Around a Charm?”
I want to start off by first apologizing for the abrupt way that everything dissolved when my wife and I were preparing to close on the house on schoolhouse road. It was never my intention to do things that way and for that I am sorry. I am writing to you this morning to see if you would still be willing to work with me or if last time killed any chance of that? Either way I want to thank you once again for everything you did last time, and if we can not work together I hope you have a good rest of your day.
Things happen in life you just never understand. This was one very frustrating transaction. Originally it took a few months to handle a couple of outstanding credit issues and then the clients were good to go to find a home. A couple of months of searching and they found the right home. The mortgage applications had a few challenges, all of which were overcome and we had a clear to close and a closing date was set up.
One big problem, the client decided that he didn’t want to close and any discussion between his Realtor and me made any difference. Their only answer was that this “house isn’t right for me.”
Yes, the clients lost their deposit but it never really compensated the seller or anyone else involved with the transaction.
I was absolutely sure I would never hear from them again, but I guess that is not the case.
Would you work with these clients again?
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Joe Petrowsky, NMLS #6869
Right Trac Financial Group, Inc. NMLS #2709
110 Main St.
Manchester, Ct. 06042
Office: 860 647-7701 x116
Fax: 860 647-8940
Cell: 860 836-9294
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