I was frustrated with how slow Citibank is going and my coordinator’s one worded sentences on the status so I emailed the attorney to see if she can give guidance based on her history of dealing with NACA. She called me right away and was able to give me the status and an estimate on what may happen next. She was also able to tell me if she thinks I can close on 11/29/18 depending on the holidays and the conditions after the first review of my file by the bank. So if you can not get any useful information from the coordinator or need more explanation, please use the NAACA attorney. I feel like so much emphasis is put on contacting the coordinator and while my coordinator does respond, my attorney was able to provide much more relevant information.
You get to pick your attorney, they give you a list of people when you attend the purchase workshop. Once you get an offer accepted, call the list of attorneys and see who you can get in contact with to work with you. All you need to says is “I got your name from NACA and I have a signed agreement” and they should start emailing you things from there.
@gordiva123 We live on Long Island and we already have an accepted offer, had the inspection and have come to an agreement with the seller on which repairs to be done per the HAND department. We never received a list for the attorney. Which attorney did you use and were you happy with him/her?