The Ultimate Short Sale Documents Guide

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This free guide is designed to provide information to customers, REALTORĀ®, and interested visitors to We prepared this guide in our best efforts to with general information about the possible short sale documents that may be needed during a short sale transaction with a lender or loan servicer.


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Everyday, questions are asked about the documents need for a short sale. Both sellers and buyers may need to give the sellers short sale lender. With our guide by your side, you could limit issues and better prepare for the Document-A-Thon ahead.

In this guide, we give you a list of the most commonly requested short sale documents and a description of each.

Here's what you'll get:

Check MarkA List of Short Sale Documents

Check MarkExplanation of the Documents

Check MarkGuide for Short Sale Negotiations

Check MarkGuide for Sellers and Buyers

Check MarkFree Hardship Letter for Short Sale

Check MarkFree Monthly Expense Worksheet 


Delmarva Home Relief does not guarantee any results to a short sale assistance application you submit to your lender or loan servicer. This Guide is for information purposes only. Consult with your lender or loan servicer, attorney, or negotiator about your short sale options and presenting a short sale to your lender or loan servicer. Delmarva Home Relief cannot be held liable for the loss of your home or damage to your credit as a result of any loss mitigation or short sale option with your lender or loan servicer.