“The documents that you submit to the bank include bank statements, pay stubs, W2’s, tax records, hardship letters, Dodd-Frank...”
Medina, MN. (PRWEB) September 29, 2012
Kris Lindahl, the top Medina short sale agent talks about how HAFA provides a $3,000 relocation expense for eligible short sale recipients, 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.”
“If you are eligible for HAFA, at closing you will receive a $3,000 relocation check,” Kris Lindahl explains. “If you are not eligible, then you still may be eligible for a traditional short sale, however you will not receive a check for relocation expenses,” Kris Lindahl says.
“The HAFA Short Sale Process works like this, first you will need to find a real estate agent that specializes in short sales in your area. The next thing you will do after you find the HAFA short sale agent is to submit all your 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 Maple Plain Short Sale Agent Kris Lindahl adds.
Kris Lindahl explains, “Another way to tell if you are eligible for HAFA, is to list your home with an experienced short sale agent, like myself.” Then Kris Lindahl adds, “When you receive an offer, then you will submit all the documents to the lender, to see if you are eligible for HAFA. If you are eligible for HAFA, then they will issue an approval letter, and you will move into closing.”
The first 2 videos that Kris Lindahl released, are videos explaining the Wells Fargo Short Sale Process, and on the Bank of America Short Sale Process. The third video in the short sale video series, is about the Fannie Mae Short Sale Process, with the 4th video explaining the Freddie Mac short sale process. “I recently released another video in the short sale video series, where I discuss how Chase handles the short sale process,” Kris Lindahl adds.
Kris Lindahl, who is a top Medina Short Sale Agent, also provides additional information, and thoroughly covers all aspects of the short sale process, in the newly published comprehensive “Homeowners Guide To Short Sales” book.
Call Medina Short Sale Agent Kris Lindahl at 763-447-3925 or visit the MNShortSaleCalculator.com website, which Kris Lindahl recently released, for more short sale information. Download a copy of the new ebook Kris Lindahl recently published, the “Homeowners Guide To Short Sales” at the HomeownersGuideToShortSales.com website. Wisconsin homeowners looking for short sale information can visit the WisconsinShortSaleCalculator.com website.