JPMorgan Chase Short Sales
If you are a borrower who has taken out their mortgage with Chase Bank, you can also take out a short sale with them and could even be eligible for a cash back incentive. If you are a distressed homeowner who could be trying to avoid a foreclosure, a short sale might just be your second chance. JPMorgan Chase is one of the largest and most widespread banking institutions in the world. While Chase may offer typical banking services, they also offer short sale services to their customers.
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Chase Short Sale
A short sale happens when a lender agrees to sell the property below what is currently owed on the home with the knowledge of accepting a lesser payout in the end in order for both the lender and the homeowner to avoid a foreclosure on the home. In order to be considered for a Chase short sale, a request will need to be submitted. Here are a few easy steps from the Chase short sale process:
- You will need to first connect with one of our local Chase short sale specialist Realtors to help you with the process.
- Next, you will need to download and fill out all of the appropriate forms from the official Chase website.
- Customers will see two different forms to choose from: The Full packet and the Supplemental Only Forms. The Full Chase short sale package is for the homeowner who has not turned in a request or application for a loan modification at JPMorgan Chase. The Supplemental Only Package is for the customer who has been considered for a loan modification, or currently has an application pending.
- You will need to provide all of this information to our assigned local short sale Realtor, who will send your application through either mail or the Equator short sale platform.
Once you have connected with our local short sale agent and sent in your application, remain patient and a Chase specialist will be in contact with you. If you decide to contact JP Morgan Chase or they contact you for your short sale, here are a few things to take into consideration:
●Always remember your loan and transaction numbers whether you take mental notes or write them down.
●Remember to be honest about the events leading up to your short sale.
●Obtaining knowledge of interest rates, taxes, and any other necessary fees may help you with negotiations in regards to the Chase short sale.
Qualify for a Chase Mortgage Short Sale
Chase has gained a very positive reputation because of it’s much talked about $30,000 short sale cash back incentive. Many lenders may offer incentives, but it is important to read the fine print if you are striving for the full amount. Below Is a little helpful information on the cash incentives from JPMorgan Chase:
●Homeowners will not receive any of the proceeds from the property sale
●The amount of the incentive will be determined by the lender or Chase bank if you took the debt at their location.
●Getting large cash incentives may mean you would have to close a deal on or before a certain time.
During your short sale process, it is very important to have a trained short sale specialist alongside you from beginning to end. A short sale Realtor will be able to better ensure a smoother short sale transition and a properly put together Chase short sale package. Your short sale specialist will handle all negotiations on your behalf, keeping excellent communication and working aggressively to get your home sold. Contact us today and let us help get you back on the road to your future.
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If you are looking for an experienced short sale speicalist Realtor to assist you in your Chase short sale, then contact us today! We are a network of Chase Mortgage Distressed Property Experts Certified in short sales and offer no cost assistance with Chase short sales! We can also help you with a Chase short sale hardship letter and show you how to complete a short sale with Chase.