My lawyer told me that I needed to get a written Market Analysis from a realtor. I spoke to a realtor & explained my situation. I owned a portion of property along with my family & that I didn't want my family to know I was filing for chapter 7. The realtor told me that she needed to see the inside of the house in order to give me a proper value. The realtor did mention that she could do a drive by but could only give me a rough estimate. Anyway, the realtor did get back to me and gave me a rough estimate. I asked if I could get it in writing and that her boss was away for the weekend & that before she did a written with her signature, she'd have to ask her boss. When I called the lawyer and relayed the message to him, he told me that I needed the written estimate & that there were thousands of realtors I could call & ask. And with that, he abruptly said that his phone lines started ringing off the hook and had to go and hung up the phone with me. I thought that was strange since I didn't hear any phones ringing in the back ground. I would like to get some feedback from people on this lawyers action. Am I the only one who thinks this is strange? Incidentally, I haven't paid any money to this guy yet. Thanks.
It's normal that a CMA is requested. (Personally, I have a real problem with using realtors as free "court valuers," but that's a different issue.)
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