“The forms that Chase requires to be submitted with the offer, include bank statements, pay stubs, a..."
Greenfield, MN. (PRWEB) September 21, 2012
Kris Lindahl is a top Greenfield Short Sale Agent, that has just produced and released another short sale video to add to the Short Sale Video series. “The Internet is the best way to reach the most amount of people,” Kris Lindahl says, “That is why I have been producing and releasing short sale videos that explain how different banks handle the short sale process.”
“The first thing to do is find an experienced Chase Short Sale Agent,” explains Kris Lindahl. “Once you have found an experienced Chase Short Sale Agent, you can list the property. The Chase Short Sale Agent can then find a buyer for the property. Once the Chase Short Sale Agent finds a buyer, it is time to sign the purchase agreement, as long as all the terms are agreed upon in the purchase agreement.”
Kris Lindahl, the Greenfield Short Sale Agent explains, “The forms that Chase requires to be submitted with the offer, include bank statements, pay stubs, a hardship letter if applicable, letter of Authorization, taxes, W2’s, and any Chase Bank addendums that Chase requires to do the short sale. Then fax this information to 866-220-4130.”
Kris Lindahl then says, “A processor will then be assigned the file, and then order a BPO, and make sure that all the documents that were submitted are okayed. Then the file will be passed onto a final negotiator, who will negotiate the number that will be accepted for the property. After this is completed, the negotiator will submit the file for approval, and issue the approval letter.”
“Next it will be moved over to the closing department, where a Chase final closer will be assigned,” Kris Lindahl says, and then adds, “That is a basic overview of how the Chase Short Sale Process works.”
Kris Lindahl goes over all of the aspects of a short sale process, in the newly published comprehensive “Homeowners Guide To Short Sales” book. “The Kris Lindahl team of experienced short sale agents can quickly handle any Minnesota short sale, or a homeowner looking for a Wisconsin short sale should visit the WisconsinShortSaleCalculator.com website,” Kris Lindahl says.
Contact Greenfield Short Sale Agent Kris Lindahl at 763-447-3925 or visit the MNShortSaleCalculator.com website for more short sale information. Download a copy of the “Homeowners Guide To Short Sales” at the HomeownersGuideToShortSales.com website. Wisconsin homeowners looking for short sale information can visit the WisconsinShortSaleCalculator.com website.