Allie Ballew, Realtor, blog on Short Sales

Alex Charfen is quoted in a recent New York Post article on the growing popularity of short sales as a viable option for homeowners who are underwater on the mortgages.

The article references major lenders—including Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo—that are offering cash incentives at closing for distressed homeowners who successfully close on a short sale.

In many markets, these attractive incentives have helped short sales outpace foreclosures, resulting in a “win-win” situation for the banks, homeowners and community at large.

Get the inside scoop on Bank of America’s new program to increase short sale closings by 60 to 70% in 2012. Click here to watch our exclusive interview with Bank of America SVP Bob Hora!

Allie Ballew with Mackintosh located in Frederick Maryland is a CDPE with the knowledge and experience to help client s with Short Sales.

For a free confidential consultation with Allie please call  301-676-2844 or email at


About Allie Ballew

Allie is an experienced full time Realtor specializing in Residential Sales. As a listing agent and buyer agent she always puts the client first making herself accessible at all times and offering the latest technology available. Having the knowledge of Foreclosures, Short Sales and Investment Properties is crucial in today’s market along with having a network of lenders, title companies, appraisers and home inspectors. Allie has sold HUD and REO properties as well. The ability to negotiate and be a leader takes experience and education which Allie has demonstrated in her past as you can see by the Testimonials given by past clients and peers. Allie recently acquired her CDPE (certified distressed property expert) designation enabling her to serve homeowners and home buyers even more effectively. Allie feels that the Short Sale market will continue to have a strong impact on our Country’s economic future and the people involved need a caring Realtor that has the ability to communicate effectively with the banks, the borrowers and the buyers and will work towards the needed goals.
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