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Are you sure you are entitled to these funds? When you let a home go to foreclosure you no longer own it and thus would probably not have any claim on the sales proceeds, even if there was some equity in the home.
Unfortunately this is a question only an attorney can help you with. I'd recommend going to www.lawhelpca.org to find a legal aid agency in your area that may be able to help you at a low cost.
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You should discuss this with local agents that deal with this area. They will be more than happy to discuss the buying process with you. First and foremost, you should discuss with a mortgage lender and find out how much you can borrow.... more
We all know lending guidelines change constantly so it’s always best to consult a loan professional about current guidelines.Following are the basic guidelines and wait times to purchase a home after
You may be a first time investor, or wanting to own a second home for investment. Do you have young adults graduating from college, getting married, starting out on their own? It's a great time to think
Quick sales are quick and short sales short.
Quick sale is when the seller sells at a lower price, and a short sale is when the mortgage company reduces the note and you buy the note from them.... more
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Either an agent or a Broker but select the one to work with that has a lot of experience with the foreclosure process as it is different from a normal sale.
I suggest that you interview a few agent/Brokers to determine their market experience and then choose the one who knows the foreclosure market well, is readily available during your time frames, and who you feel most comfortable with.
Good luck to you!
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What exactly is it you are looking for? And if you have more than one agent, that could be a big part of the problem. No one worth having is going to work on anything other than an exclusive basis. You should also know that there are a lot of off market properties in the city.... more
The unit at the Watermark is not for sale as of right now. This may change in the future. There aren't that many foreclosure condos in the city and when they do come on they go very quickly.
Financially distressed California homeowners who can no longer afford their homes and are pursuing a short sale or a deed in lieu of foreclosure, they may be eligible for financial help with their relocation
Great News for Boomerang Buyers!According to new Mortgagee Letter 2013-26, HUD announced:As a result of the recent recession many borrowers who experienced unemployment or other severe reductions in income,
A bit unsure of what you're asking....
If you got a loan modification approved already, and you still want to walk away....
Have you tried to do a short sale first? Although it takes several months to process, during that time, you can continue to live in the property while working out the sale. You have to prove hardship which can be a combination of many factors/reasons (loss of job, decrease in income, increased expenses, job relocation, family situations like divorce/separation/death, drop in market value, etc).
At least the effect on your credit won't be as devastating as a foreclosure or bankruptcy.
If you want to leave your place, you can do that while the house is being offered as a short sale. At least try that. There are agents who will be willing to work with you.
Another question for you: you identify yourself as both a buyer and a seller....are you buying a home now, and then walk away fron the one you have? If you're considering Buy and Bail, do note that is considered and treated as mortgage fraud.
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Thank you for writing in. This is a great question. There are a few options available to the homeowner who is facing foreclosure. They are as follows:
For a temporary fix:
1. File Bankruptcy;
For a more permanent fix:
1. Contact your current lien holder to request a loan modification;
2. Contact your current lien holder to ask about a Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure;
I hope you find this information helpful.
Without knowing what you are talking about,
and certainly, without trying to solicit your business;
I can tell you; NO!
The LISTING PRICE on every property is just a number that someone chose to start the process:
At the very least, the Value is changing on a daily and weekly basis.
But many LIST PRICES are not conjured with the Market Value in mind.
If you are truly interested; grab a Realtor and have them do a CMA to determine the Market Value:
Then you will have an idea of the WORTH of the property, as well as what it is worth to you!... more
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