First Horizon Short Sale Agent Kris Lindahl’s New Report Answers Short Sale Questions

Share Article

The commonly asked short sale questions like, “Is There A Cost To Doing A Short Sale?” are answered in Kris Lindahl’s new report.

"Homeowners Guide To Short Sales" book by Kris Lindahl

"Homeowners Guide To Short Sales" book by Kris Lindahl

"Hiring an experienced short sale professional to help with the short sale process is a practical way to handle the situation, and to assess if there is going to be a cost to doing a short sale?”

“People that want to sell their home in a short sale are usually having a hardship,” the experienced First Horizon short sale agent Kris Lindahl explains. Kris adds, “Most people needing a short sale are not sure which way to turn, and have many questions about short sales that include, is there a cost to doing a short sale?”

Kris Lindahl, a #1 Edina Realty short sale agent says, “Banks in the short sale process, will want to see a hardship letter where the homeowner describes their hardship, and why they are requesting a short sale for their home. Money is the biggest issue throughout the short sale process, and everyone wonders with each short sale step, is there going to be a cost to doing a short sale. Over and above the hardship letter, banks require a number of additional forms prior to approving a short sale proposal. All those requirements beg the question of, is there a cost to doing a short sale?"

"The short sale documents that are typically documents like financial records," Kris Lindahl explains, and continues, "Documents that deal with the purchaser of the house are also necessary documents. If there is no buyer for the home that is going through a short sale, there can be no short sale. Documents like the listing agreement for the house, a contract for the sale of the home, and written evidence of the buyer’s financial ability to buy the house, are the documents that lenders also want to see. No wonder there are concerns about, is there a cost to doing a short sale."

"The person that is trained to assemble the people, and all of the records together, is known as the short sale agent. A short sale agent can also fully address concerns over whether there is a cost to doing a short sale," Kris Lindahl, the experienced First Horizon short sale agent says.

Call the experienced First Horizon Short Sale Agent Kris Lindahl on the new national short sale hotline (877) 371-1733 for short sale information. Visit the new national Short Sale Calculator website to determine short sale eligibility.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Kris Lindahl, CRS, CDPE, SFR
Follow us on
Visit website