Blaine, MN. (PRWEB) November 22, 2012
The Ocwen short sale agent Kris Lindahl has helped many people get their short sale closed, because of Kris Lindahl’s extensive experience with such a wide variety of different banks, mortgage companies, and financial institutions. Kris Lindahl has been holding seminars throughout Minnesota and Wisconsin, helping people in person with their short sale.
“I had to find a way to reach as many people as possible with the short sale information, because many people will not be able to attend the Short Sale seminars, and do not have access to the information they are searching for about the short sale process,” explains Kris Lindahl the experienced Ocwen short sale agent, “So I began to create and publish a Short Sale Video series that explains how different banks handle the short sale process.”
Kris Lindahl understands that the world has changed, and the old ways of reaching people with information are not as effective as using the technology that is available. “Because people are using technology to find the information they are looking for, I have spent months creating websites, eBooks, and videos so it would be easy for people to get the short sale information they need to see if the short sale process is a viable option,” Kris Lindahl explains.
Kris Lindahl adds, “People in Minnesota that are looking for short sale information, or want to check their short sale eligibility can visit the MNShortSaleCalculator.com, and Wisconsin residents can check their eligibility at the WisconsinShortSaleCalculator.com website. “The national short sale calculator website will help people from across the country determine their short sale eligibility, regardless of their geographical location,” Kris Lindahl the experienced Ocwen short sale agent explains.
“I have released a national short sale calculator website, for people that live anywhere in the United States to use and determine their short sale eligibility,” the experienced Ocwen short sale agent Kris Lindahl explains. “I have already created a couple of websites that have short sale calculators, so people in Minnesota and Wisconsin can figure their short sale eligibility on their own,” Kris Lindahl says.