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Short Sale Spoilers

1. Paperwork that is sloppy and doesn’t paint complete picture of homeowner’s financial situation.

2. Homeowner gets frustrated with working with the lender and walks away from the distressed property.

3. Lender claims homeowner doesn’t have a true hardship (unemployment and divorce are usually seen by lenders as hardships).

4. Lender determines that a homeowner can afford to pay the mortgage.

5. The home is not worth less than the value of the loan.

Source: Mecklenburg Times staff research


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2 comments

  1. This is absolutely true. I have completed several shortsales. The paperwork is usually the number one deal killer. If an agent reviews the paperwork before taking the listing. They would know the possibility of the shortsale being approved or denied. That is an important step in the process.

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