With the short sale process growing in popularity, most banks are willing to agree to one more often than not.
Blaine, MN (PRWEB) May 21, 2013
Kris Lindahl of Edina Realty, a Blaine short sale expert, has released a video that will answer one of the most frequently heard questions about the short sale process. The question regards whether or not the bank will say yes to the process. With the fear of being rejected it's not hard to believe that some homeowners will put off the process until it's too late.
"With this video I'm here to say that homeowners should not be worried," Lindahl said, and continued, "With the short sale process growing in popularity, most banks are willing to agree to one more often than not." The experienced agent explains that it's a lot easier to get the process agreed to than in the past and that "most banks don't even require financial hardship to complete the process anymore."
The only way to find out if homeowners qualify, Lindahl explains, is for them to simply ask. "There's no shame in asking," Lindahl said, and continued, "and with me as your agent the process will always go smoothly."
The video is one in a series of videos expected to be continually released in the coming weeks. "I want to give homeowners the best resources and the most up to date information possible so they can keep up in this hectic real estate market," Lindahl said.
Lindahl has created websites for homeowners as well as published an e-book on the process titled "A Homeowner's Guide To Short Sales" which can be downloaded for free. Call Kris today to get started at (763) 447-3925 or visit the Minnesota Short Sale Calculator website to get an estimated value on your home.