Supporting Hardship Information
In order to provide the lender with a complete picture of the seller's hardship, it can help to provide additional documents:
- HOA Liens
- Medical Bills
- Disability Statements
- Unemployment Benefits or Status
- Divorce Decree
Medical hardships and unemployment, to a certain extent, are easy for a lender to understand and they will agree to a short sale in just about every medical hardship situation. The seller should not try to "fake" medical hardship. The lender will verify this information.