Dave Halpern Louisville Short Sale Expert (502) 664-7827

The Reality About HAFA Is No One Knows What the Reality Is Yet

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As of the writing of this blog post on April 17, 2010, the reality of HAFA is that no one knows what the reality is yet. It’s simply too early to know how lenders and upside down borrowers will respond.

HAFA is the new government and lender program designed to help homeowners who could not get a loan modification. The goal is to expedite the short sale process by streamlining the workflow and providing incentives to the borrowers and lenders. HAFA stands for Home Affordable Foreclosure Alternatives.

Both lenders and borrowers have strict timelines but great latitude in the quality of answers they have to provide within those timelines. It will probably take at least two to three months to determine the effectiveness of the HAFA program and how many borrowers in foreclosure and lenders will be helped.

All the Realtors, lawyers and loss mitigators can recite the HAFA guidelines all day long, but the real answer will be revealed once we collectively process thousands of new short sales with the new guidelines.

In the meantime, let’s all stay positive and optimistic.

Dave Halpern, Real Estate Broker

 (502) 664-7827

Dave successfully closes dozens of short sales each year in Louisville, Kentucky. Dave has helped many homeowners avoid foreclosure and bankruptcy by skillfully procuring a short sale for them. The seller has zero out of pocket costs. The foreclosing lender pays all closing costs and commissions on behalf of the seller. Many Realtors in the Louisville area refer and outsource their short sales to Dave due to his extremely high success rate.



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