Short Sale Resources from the Folks at the Treasury

by Jan Steward on May 2, 2012

Here are details on an upcoming webinar from the Treasury Department:

Short Sale Workshop/Webinar 
This webinar is designed specifically for the real estate professional to discuss short sales, the Making Home Affordable (MHA) Program and available resources.

May 9, 2012
9:30AM – 11:30AM CST 
Presenter: Chris Dove, U.S. Department of the Treasury

Click HERE to register. Space is limited.
Conference Call Numbers: Provided upon registration.

Please be prepared to provide your name, phone number, email address and company name. If you have any questions prior to the call, please send an e-mail to MHA_Training@fanniemae.com.

Come prepared with your questions. There will be a question and answer session following the training. Questions not answered during the call can be directed to the MHA Training Team at MHA_Training@fanniemae.com.

Program guidance is available on HMPadmin.com.

And here are a few more Making Home Affordable resources:

Updated Request for Mortgage Assistance (RMA) Form
The RMA Form has been updated in light of the recent extension and expansion of MHA programs. The updated version is not required until June 1, 2012, but homeowners may begin to use the form today. View the updated RMA Form to familiarize yourself with the new format and information homeowners must provide when applying for foreclosure-prevention options under MHA. The Spanish version will be available soon.

Real Help. Real Answers. Right Now.
MHA’s public service advertising campaign has helped the program reach struggling homeowners across the nation, and more than a million have now received help through MHA programs. But our work is not done. With the extension of the program through 2013 and the expansion in program eligibility, there’s time to help more homeowners achieve sustainable mortgage relief. Watch this short video to learn more about our outreach efforts and visit our PSA Toolkit for ways you can help spread the word to homeowners in your community.

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