Real estate professionals who are assisting homeowners interested in pursuing a short sale now have the benefit of requesting list price guidance directly from Fannie Mae before listing the property in the local Multiple Listing Service (MLS) in their area. Once the initial list price guidance is provided, agents may also receive ongoing Active Marketing support from Fannie Mae by providing their MLS Sheet, monthly marketing report, and any other pertinent information related to the marketing of the property.
Before logging into the HomePath Short Sale Portal, listing agents need to confirm that Fannie Mae is the first lien holder of their client's property. Click here to confirm whether Fannie Mae is the first lien holder. Once this step is complete, listing agents will need to register and set up an account. This account allows them to log into the HomePath Short Sales Portal and submit a list price guidance request. The following information will need to be provided:
* List Price Guidance is only intended to be used as guidance in marketing the property regarding the potential value of the property. There is no guarantee that an offer submitted at or above the list price guidance will be approved by Fannie Mae.
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