The Final Steps of Completing Your Short Sale

How to Get Your Lender and Other Creditors to Agree to Your Short Sale
How to Get Your Lender and Other Creditors to Agree to Your Short Sale

The Final Steps of Completing Your Short Sale

The final steps of completing your short sale involve obtaining approval from your lender, preparing and signing documents, and closing the sale. Once your lender approves the short sale, you will need to work with your real estate agent or attorney to prepare the necessary documents, including a purchase agreement and a settlement statement. You will also need to provide documentation of your financial hardship and any other required information to your lender. After all the paperwork is signed and submitted, the sale can be closed, and you can move on from the burden of your previous mortgage. It’s important to stay in communication with your real estate agent and lender throughout the process to ensure a smooth and successful short sale.

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