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A few hours ago
jdross asked:
Looking to buy a foreclosure as an owner/occupier. The home we like is in a great area, and has been on market just over 2 weeks. It is listed at $200k currently, and is a big home but needs…
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A few hours ago
Dreamwriter0186 asked:
Earlier today
Malcolm Lawson answered:
Hi Silas,

I work in Annapolis and Edgewater and could help you negotiate that deal with the bank. Shoot me an email and we can submit an offer with your terms.

Malcolm.lawson@kw.com ... more
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Earlier today
Dave Skow answered:
2/22/2017

Do you or your son need help with any loan or financing needs or questions ?

Dave Skow
Eagle home mortgage
206 714 9745
Daveskow@eaglehm.com
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Earlier today
Bernard G. answered:
Hello,

I have emailed you regarding this concern.

Regards,

Bernard
Consumer Care Advocate
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Earlier today
Bernard G. answered:
Hello,

I have emailed you regarding this concern.

Regards,

Bernard
Consumer Care Advocate
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Earlier today
Scott Godzyk answered:
You can if the seller is willing to sell and owes less than the house is worth. The problem is many homes in foreclosure, the seller owes more than the house is worth and some sellers have given up and dont care or want to sell ... more
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Earlier today
Bernard G. answered:
Hello,

I have emailed you regarding this concern.

Regards,

Bernard
Consumer Care Advocate
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Earlier today
Liveyourdreamsinc8 answered:
I have been attempting to get in contact with the company because the 31 homes we've reached out to have not contacted us back about their residence. There hasn't been a single homeowner who has made contact with us at all. We have called the provided number but all I get is a busy signal from the line every single time I call. I would like to request a refund because we never hear from anyone and its been the allotted 90 days. Does anyone have a more recently contact number for this company or any of its affiliates? ... more
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Earlier today
Bernard G. answered:
Hello,

I have emailed you regarding this concern.

Regards,

Bernard
Consumer Care Advocate
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Earlier today
Dorie Gamble answered:
I bought a HUD forecloser last summer. It sat for 3 years before being offered up for sale. There was no rhyme or reason for it to take that long.
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Yesterday at 8:01pm
Jonathan Klurfeld answered:
You have 30 days from title issuing to the new buyer, which is 10 days after the sale date. It is possible that there is a loan modification in place, the bank typically wouldn't cancel the sale for that until the week of the sale. Loan mods are not reported to the court until after the 3 trial payments and it goes permanent, and the case is ready to be dismissed.

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Yesterday at 3:31pm
Jenniferl asked:
I live in New Jersey, and am a tenant in a condo that was just sold at auction (bought by the lender). The people representing the lender have told us that they are going to start eviction…
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Yesterday at 12:04pm
Emily Salter asked:
I've emailed two agents and a foreclosure specialist almost three weeks ago, and have not gotten an answer from any of the three.
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Yesterday at 8:09am
Scott Godzyk answered:
Technically you are still responsible unless they discharged it in bankruptcy. You may want to call your bankruptcy attorney. As far as signing a deed in lieu of foreclosure, just make sure they release you of liability, you may need to have a lawyer review this before signing ... more
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Mon Feb 20, 2017
Joshluis79 asked:
So we put a offer in on a foreclosed home [asking price]. A few days later the mortgage company pulled all their listing in the state off market. Why? Our agent said he has no idea why.…
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