Joined 13 years ago
Tracy has been an active real estate investor since 1999, having bought and sold more than 300 single family houses without using any of her own cash or credit.
Tracy is also the author of "How to Wholesale Houses", a step-by-step manual on how to wholesale houses for quick profits, and a real estate marketing expert - offering that service to real estate investors natiowide.
Since 2010, Tracy has been offering real estate investors free advice on her website, Property M.O.B. (which stands for Makers of Bad Ass Investors)!!
2 years ago
The hardship letter is one of the most important elements of the short sale approval process. Banks want to know what's going on with the borrower. The only way to obtain this information is to have the borrowers write a letter explaining their situation.
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