Do You Know If Fannie Mae Is The Investor On Your Mortgage Note?

Hello everyone my name is Kelly Cook with the Cook & Associates Real Estate Advisors, your :k1: short sale specialist, thank you for joining me today. Our team of short sale specialists are working with :k1: homeowners every day and I use this blog to share valuable information for distressed property owners looking to get out from under mortgage debt. If you are having trouble paying your mortgage each month or have seen the value of your home greatly diminished take a minute to browse my website or call me directly to learn more about all of your real estate options.

For my blog today I wanted to speak with you about completing a short sale on a mortgage owned by Fannie Mae in the state of :k1:. Fannie Mae is a huge organization that owns a vast majority of the mortgage notes in this country and are considered the investor on your loan. While there are several other investors out there Fannie Mae is by far the largest and in turn I work with them on several of the short sale files that I take on. As a :k1: homeowner it is important to know who the investor is on your loan in order to understand if you qualify for any short sale programs or incentives. It is very easy to find out who your investor is and which programs you qualify for by simply contacting a trusted short sale agent in the :k1: region. These short sale programs backed by Fannie Mae may save you money or provide relocation assistance once your short sale is complete.

There may be certain qualifications to meet and not every homeowner will qualify but it is important to know your specific situation. For more short sale information, or to find out who your investor is, fill out a contact form on my website or call today to get started. Thank you for your time today and I hope to hear from you soon at the Cook & Associates Real Estate Advisors in :k1:.