Part 4 The Knoxville Short Sale Packet “About The Buyer” In my last post we talked about part 3 “Lien and Closing Information”. Today I’m going to cover the information on the potential buyer of a… read more →
Part 3 The Knoxville Short Sale Packet “Liens and Closing Information” Yesterday we covered Part 2 “About The Seller/Borrower” which is all the information that needs to be collected about the sellers portion of a the… read more →
Part 2 The Short Sale Packet “About The Seller/Borrower Yesterday in Part 1 of how to achieve a successful Knoxville Short Sale we talked “About The Property”. Today I’m going to share with you all the… read more →
Part 1 The Short Sale Packet “About The Property” The most important part of achieving success with a Knoxville Short Sale is “The Short Sale Packet”. The first part of a Short Sale Packet is what… read more →
In order to help a distressed homeowner avoid foreclosure. One option is a Short Sale of their home. My experience has shown me there are 7 things you need to do as a Realtor to get… read more →
If your pre-qualification and/or pre-approval letter is more than 8 weeks old, it would be prudent to have your lender “re-pre-approve” you. Mortgage guidelines have been in flux and your original lender letter may now be invalid.
As expected, the Pending Home Sales shot higher in February, boosted by the federal home buyer tax credit’s April 30 deadline.
There’s just 30 days remaining to use the federal home buyer tax credit. The credit ranges up to $8,000 for first-time homebuyers, and up to $6,500 for existing homeworkers who have lived in their main home for 5 of the last 8 years.