You don't start or stop anything.
Next, when I get an expired short sale listing seller to list with me, do I start the short sale process all over again?
That property is called a "Short" because it's already on the Conveyor Belt of Foreclosure.
Then, do i stay with the same loss mitigation company and everthing (sic) the seller had set up from the previous listing?
The Lender decides who is handling the Loan Modification or Disposition of the Asset. That's outside your control
, and isn't going to change just because some little "Listing Agreement" expired.
It's really they
I am all ears as to anything advise (sic) you may have on anything I need to know or look out for when choosing to work with these expired short sale listings.
, the Lender and current Owner of Record (Seller) who do the choosing.
You have to question at what stage along the Foreclosure Conveyor Belt is this Loan located?
Occasionally, it might be an oversight; but if a tremendous amount of work has been invested by the prior Listing Agency, and they still didn't bother to get it re-newed, that has to tell you something . . . . that Puppy's about Good as Gone
. That Train may have already left the Station and you might just be stuck running behind trying to catch up with the Caboose.
You can spend an awful lot of your time chasing such quixotic commissions . . . . But Good Luck anyway !