In these uncertain economic times, never before has accurate information been more important to help families make informed decisions. Attached is information that we have compiled that we hope will help you make your decision whether to proceed with a short sale or not. There are some clear advantages to doing a short sale, but at times there can also be some consequences. We encourage you to read through all the information we have, as well as to seek out the services of other qualified specialists such as, but not limited to your accountant, tax attorney, and financial planner. Short Sales can be an alternative to a foreclosure sale. In some cases, after completing a short sale, you can enter the marketplace and buy another home in as little as two years.

Getting Started

What we need to get started:
  • A copy of your most current loan statement (loan number, bank contact number)
  • Provide last 4 digits of your Social Security Number
  • A signed authorization letter allowing me to communicate with your lender
  • Copies of your two most recent tax returns
  • A month's worth of your most recent pay stubs
  • Financial Statement
  • Hardship Letter

Once we determine that you may be a candidate for a successful short sale, we'll determine value, develop a market plan and offer the property for sale. Upon getting a qualified buyer, we'll have to submit additional documentation. In some instances, your lender may not be willing to process your short sale request until you have a ready, willing and able buyer in place. Now, here is the next stage:

The Listing/Sale Process