Forms: Chase Bank is subordinating lender.

Forms: Bank of America is subordinating lender.

Forms: Wells Fargo is subordinating lender.

Recent Subordination Turn Times (large lenders)

Updated March 2017

Note: These are not indicative of ALL subordinations and is subject to change:

PNC Bank/National City - about 10 full business days

Chase Bank - about a full business week

Bank of America - 10 business days on average -

Wells Fargo - up to 7 business days

Top reasons why pro’s use our service

1) Support is outstanding (see #10 below)

2) We deal with the subordinating lender, not you. - time saver

3) A support member assigned to you from day one to completion

4) 24/7 Checklist delivery. Lender not listed? Ask us and we'll fetch it for you. Tons of people love this!

5) Common to get information even over weekends

6) Exceptionally high caliber staff and experienced - you are not dealing with run of the mill customer service rep's. We have comprehensive current backgrounds in Title and Escrow

Our Fans (who value collaboration and great service)

(on resolving a last minute issue) "Fantastic!! I can't thank you enough!!! - Julie G, Bank of America

"Thanks again for all your help and correspondence. That has been the toughest part of these subordinations from some places and you were great to work with!" - Denise G., Eastwood Bank, MN.

"This is the best service I have ever come across." - Deb. R. - Bank of America, IL.

"You have been absolutely awesome!!! I can't thank you enough. Your constant communication and updates have been absolutely awesome. Your continued efforts have been so much appreciated! - Joanne, First Choice Bank

" Thank you for all your help and cooperation. It has been a pleasure working with all of you!"- Lerris at Metro National Bank