Authorization to Release Information
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Personal Note from AIG:
I’ve been using this form since my first year in the business. It’s the almighty “authorization to release information” document…and it’s your ticket to getting a bank, lender, attorney, etc. to talk to you directly about your seller’s loan.
I’ve used this in “Subject To” deals, Short Sales and any time I need to have a direct, frank, nothing held back conversation with the powers that be.
I have spots for 2 parties to sign, but you really only need authorization from one person who’s on the loan in order to get the access you need.
Also be sure to have them include their social security numbers – you’ll most likely need it as a part of the process of confirming the loan. The date of birth fields are there for good measure.