New Germany, MN. (PRWEB) October 22, 2012
“The new HAFA short sale video will be a big help to people, because it explains the HAFA relocation expense of $3,000, which many people can use when selling their home in a short sale,” the experienced New Germany Kris Lindahl explains. “The video has been very well received, along with all the other short sale videos that I have recently released,” Kris Lindahl adds.
HAFA provides a $3,000 relocation expense for eligible short sale recipients, Kris Lindahl explains in the newly released HAFA Short Sale video. “I had to find a way to reach as many people as possible with the short sale information, because many people do not have the information they are interested in about the short sale process,” explains Kris Lindahl, “So I began to create and publish this Short Sale Video series that explains how different banks handle the short sale process.”
“The HAFA Short Sale Process works like this, first you will need to find a real estate agent that specializes in short sales. The next thing you will do after you find the HAFA short sale agent, is to submit all the documents to the bank, to determine if you are eligible for HAFA,” Kris Lindahl explains. “The documents that you submit to the bank include bank statements, pay stubs, W2’s, tax records, hardship letters, Dodd-Frank Certification, 4506-T, and any other documents and forms that you can find at MakingHomeAffordable.gov,” the New Germany Short Sale Agent Kris Lindahl adds.
The Kris Lindahl short sale team includes hard working full-time Edina Realty Realtors that hold designations like, Certified Distressed Property Experts, Short Sale and Foreclosure Resources, and Council of Residential Specialists. The Kris Lindahl Short Sale Team specializes in general residential real estate, working with first-time home buyers and distressed property sales.
Kris Lindahl, the experienced New Germany short sale agent, and the Kris Lindahl Short Sale Team can help homeowners with their short sale, so call 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.