Who are the Noisiest Voices Accompanying Foreclosures?

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Real Estate Agent with Broker,Owner - Dreams Realty

Any realtor who has listed bank-owned properties knows the not-too-quiet voices of ????

Any realtor who has dabbled in showing bank-owned properties knows the not-so-quiet voices of ????

Any realtor who has toured bank-owned properties for his or her clients knows the not-so-quiet voices of ????

Who the heck are these not-so-quiet voices?  "Not-so-quiet" may be a misnomer for this crowd. 

So here's the challenge question: To whom do these voices belong?  What do you think?  I'll share my answer on Sunday, and I'll announce the winners (i.e., the most interesting and witty answers, from the most fascinating of characters).

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Jeff Fulgham
T.U.P. Realty - Tupelo, MS
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The not so quite voices in my head say I missed my meds today that is the only reason I list all these darn things.
Jun 15, 2007 10:52 PM #1
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Noisy voices in the lenders office screaming at the LO who placed the loan.

Noisy voices over the phone with the LO yelling at the appraiser who blew up the value.

Noisy voices of the EO company and appraiser arguing over the lawsuit

Noisy voices of the property owner screaming at the lender for more time

Noisy voices of the couple in trouble yelling at each other over their financial problems

Noisy voices of the tenant screaming at the guy offering cash for keys

Noisy voices of the trashout guys yelling "HEY, I found a watch."

Noisy voices of the drug addicts partying in the vacant house as they rip out the plumbing

Noisy voices of the agent screaming into the vacant house that anyone in there has 5 minutes to get out before the police arrive.

Noisy voices of the Servicer when the offer comes in $30,000 below asking price, but right where you told him it would.

Noisy voice of the buyers agent when he gets the counter

Noisy voices inside my head thinking of all these things

Did I get any of this right?   

Jun 16, 2007 07:19 AM #2
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Terry Rasner-Yacenda
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What a great recounting of the host of noisy players, but there are still some "not-to-quiet voices" you've missed (or haven't heard).  HERE'S A CLUE: there are at least two other categories of "noisy characters" -- but you've opened the flood gates.  Let's see how other realtors might do -- challenge them to "best" you...if they can!
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