Short sale on Bible

195 Bible

Bank approved sale, which cuts down the waiting considerably. Five bedrooms, four baths, an acre of land, it sold for $1.160 million in 2000, asking $1.295 today. That’s probably negotiable. Helpful hint: as with all short sales, you’d be advised to make certain that the Stamford law firm of Burt Hoffman is not involved.

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  1. Anonymous

    as with all short sales, you’d be advised to make certain that the Stamford law firm of Burt Hoffman is not involved.

    Care to elaborate on that?

    • Only after I sue him but, among other things, Burt uses his son Jonathan to serve as the “debt negotiator” while Burt himself “represents” the homeowner – that’s illegal. And Burt has for years demanded and extracted a 1% commission out of the sale proceeds, also entirely illegal, as just pointed out in a mailing from the Connecticut Association of Realtors’ general Counsel.. I’ve got the HUD – 1 forms where the clueless bastard shows all this, and I intend to use them as Exhibits A, B and C when I move for summary judgment. From what I hear, I’m going to have to stand in line, though.

  2. just_looking

    @CF, no concerns about showing your hand here in advance?

  3. CosCobby

    That’s 195 Bible Street NOT 145.