Chase Short Sale Incentives

Chase Short Sale Incentives

Recently Chase has been sending out letters encouraging homeowners to short sale their home.

They are offering homeowners anywhere from $20,000 to $35,000 to do so.

Be on the look out for these letters describing Chase Short Sale Incentives because if you don’t respond within a certain time frame they will expire.

You will need to quickly contact a realtor to have your house listed so that you can send in the listing agreement within the time frame allowed.

It has been our experience that Chase has completed HAFA short sale, FHA short sales VA Short Sales & traditional short sales.

In order to find out which program you may qualify and to find out if you qualify for a cash short sale incentive you will need to call the bank or have the person who is facilitating your short sale ask on your behalf.

There are several deciding factors that will determine if you qualify for Chase Short Sale Incentives and which short sale program you may qualify for….

  1. Who is the Investor that owns the note (Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, hedge fund, bank, etc.)
  2. If there is Mortgage Insurance or not
  3. If the mortgage is FHA or VA insured
  4. If the property is a Primary Residence or Investment property

The best way to start is by calling Chase Short Sale Department…