Blaine, MN (PRWEB) November 01, 2012
The Ginnie Mae Short Sale Agent Kris Lindahl, understands that homeowners only have a short time left to complete a short sale loan before the end of the year, or it can cost them thousands of dollars in taxes. Kris Lindahl says, “If the 2007 Mortgage Debt Relief Act does not get extended, homeowners across the country who do not get their short sale loan approved before the end of 2012, could owe the IRS thousands of dollars in taxes from the income on the short sale of their home.”
Kris Lindahl, an experienced Ginnie Mae Short Sale Agent, participated in the requirements to obtain the Certified Distressed Property Experts (CDPE), and Short Sale & Foreclosure Resources (SFR) designations. Kris Lindahl has been helping homeowners across the country with the short sale of their homes, and the Kris Lindahl Team is the company’s go to resource for clients that need short sale help.
“There have been three attempts to get the 2007 Mortgage Debt Relief Act extended, but all three have failed, that is why it is important to get a short sale completed before the end of December 2012,” says Kris Lindahl. “For homeowners that are unsure of whether or not a short sale is right for them, can use the Short Sale Calculator website that I created to see if their home is eligible for a short sale,” Kris Lindahl explains. “Then if they do qualify for a short sale, they can receive personal help from my short sale team,” says the top Edina Realty Short Sale Agent, Kris Lindahl.
“I have also recently published an eBook to help people with the short sale process, the “Homeowners Guide To Short Sales” which can be downloaded at the HomeOwnersGuideToShortSales.com website,” Kris Lindahl explains.
Kris Lindahl, the experienced Ginnie Mae short sale agent, and the Kris Lindahl Short Sale Team can help homeowners from around the country with their short sale, so call the new national short sale hotline today at (877) 371-1733, or visit the new national short sale website that Kris Lindahl created to help homeowners determine if their home is eligible for a short sale.