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Tom Priester answered:
Tjaman2002,

I do not see a date set for an auction. The last recorded document was an assignment of mortgage back on March 20th of this year. A local firm received a certificate of title from a foreclosure by the HOA back in September. That firm put the unit on the market at $199,000 on June 13th and within a couple days it was under contract in what appears to be a solid sale.

The market in Riverwalk is red hot as buyers continue to act quickly on lower priced opportunities in the Jupiter market. Only 2 active listings as of this morning which represents a 19 DAY inventory level based on 12 month sales. Anything priced and marketed properly will sell in days if not hours.

Both buyers and sellers in today's market need to be well informed and make educate decisions. Mistakes in real estate are expensive and we don't like seeing anyone make them.


Tom Priester
Paradise Sharks Real Estate
561.308,0175
tom@paradisesharks.com
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Yesterday at 9:56am
Jeffrk asked:
It is not for sale neither has it been foreclosed on.

I demand the listing be immediately removed.
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Fri Jun 23, 2017
Sally Grenier answered:
If you're referring to a listing you see on this site that says "pre-foreclosure" then it really means NOTHING. It is likely that the owner has missed some payments and the bank has filed an NED with the county. (notice of election and demand). It does NOT mean it will go to foreclosure. It's possible the owner can file an intent to "cure" and get current on their payments.

If it is a property listed for sale (and in the MLS), and the listing agent has said it's in "pre-foreclosure" that just means exactly that. they are behind on payments and the foreclosure process has begun. But if they can get the property, then they can stop foreclosure proceedings and avoid it going to foreclosure. If you're a potential buyer, I highly recommend you hire a Realtor as your Buyer's Agent. They can help guide you.
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Fri Jun 23, 2017
Sally Grenier answered:
LOL. That's what you get when you're looking for legitimate real estate info on an illegitimate website. This site is just for MARKETING purposes only. It is NOT intended to replace the services of a REALTOR or the MLS. If you're a serious buyer, then you need to take the job seriously. Hire a REALTOR as your Buyer's Agent. They'll be able to create a search for you in the local MLS (which is where any and all foreclosure properties will be listed....if they exist). Part of the problem you might be facing is that there are not many foreclosures anymore. Most parts of the country have recovered very well and are experiencing a healthy seller's market. If a homeowner is in trouble and can't afford their payments, they can likely sell the home for more than what they owe. Do yourself a favor and do NOT rely on this site or others like Zillow or even Realtor.com. Despite the catchy ads, they do NOT have the most updated listings! ... more
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Fri Jun 23, 2017
Angelica P answered:
Hi,

I apologize we have false foreclosure information listed on our home details page. This data is provided to us from Zillow foreclosures and we currently do not have the ability to edit or remove the information that they are sending us.

Upon checking your property on Zillow, the foreclose status is already removed. Once the status is removed from Zillow, it will automatically update to Trulia after 24-48 hours.


Thank you for using Trulia!

Angelica
Consumer Care Advocate
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