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Fannie Mae Short Sale Agent Kris Lindahl Launches A National Short Sale Calculator Website


The experienced Fannie Mae short sale agent Kris Lindahl provides people with a way to check their short sale eligibility by launching a national short sale calculator website.

Blaine, MN. (PRWEB) October 24, 2012

A national short sale website will help multitudes of people with their short sale questions, and providing the ability for people to check their short sale eligibility. The experienced Fannie Mae short sale agent Kris Lindahl says, “I cannot possibly help everyone that needs short sale help, so I have been creating online short sale resources that people can access to answer their short sale questions.”

“After people have checked their short sale eligibility, and received the short sale answers they are looking for, they can call the new national hotline at (877) 371-1733, which I published to provide personal short sale help,” Kris Lindahl, the #1 Edina Realty short sale agent explains.

“On August 21, 2012 the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) made the announcement that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were going to issue new, clearer guidelines to their mortgage servicers which would consolidate and align the existing short sales programs into one standard short sale program,” Kris Lindahl reports. Kris continues to explain, “These new streamlined program rules ease the process for servicers and lenders to qualify eligible borrowers for a short sale.”

“The streamlined guidelines, are effective Nov. 1, 2012, and allow a homeowner with a Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac mortgage the ability to sell their home in a short sale even if they are current on their mortgage, as long as they have an eligible hardship,” Kris Lindahl, an experienced Fannie Mae Short Sale Agent reports these changes released in the FHFA press release of August 21, 2012. Kris Lindahl adds, “Servicers will now be able to expedite the processing of a short sale for borrowers with hardships, like a death of a borrower or co-borrower, divorce, disability, or relocation for a job without any additional approval from Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac.”

“These new guidelines demonstrate FHFA's and Fannie Mae's and Freddie Mac's commitment
to enhancing and streamlining processes to avoid foreclosure and stabilize communities,” recounts the FHFA Acting Director Edward J. DeMarco in a August 21, 2012 press release. “The new standard short sale program will also provide relief to those underwater borrowers who need to relocate more than 50 miles for a job.”

The experienced Fannie Mae short sale agent, Kris Lindahl and the Kris Lindahl Short Sale Team can help homeowners across the country with their short sale, so call today at (877) 371-1733, or visit the newly launched website that Kris Lindahl created to help homeowners determine if their home is eligible for a short sale.

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