First of all I have to tell you that I love Whittier. I currently own 2 properties and live in this great city. I currently live in the 90601 zip code in the area referred to as the "Palm Park" area. It is conveniently located close to Palm and Sorenson Park, with easy access to the Greenway Trail. The schools in this area are great and you are just a stones throw away from the historical Uptown Whittier area and The Quad shopping center. This zip code is located close to the 605 and 60 freeways as well. Now if you head further East you can find the affluent area referred to as Friendly Hills. On the map you will find it under East Whittier and it is the area of Whittier that leads you to La Habra. Great schools, golfing, shopping, and Hilltop homes make this a very desireable area as well. I can go on and on about Whittier. It truly is a great place to invest not only financially, but also in your families future. Please contact me anytime so we can setup a tour of the area.
Richard J. Hernandez - BRE# 01943277
Nationwide Real Estate Executives
Direct: (562) 879-2011
I have helped Veterans purchase a home utilizing a VA loan. Do you know that VA is not a lender but and insurer? The VA insures the value of a property up to 27% of the loan against loss in value. Buying with a VA loan will require patience. You may end up having to write more than one offer depending on the property and the local market. It will require a strategy. Anyways, we can discuss all of these things if you choose to reach out to me. Feel free to check out my profile here on Trulia. This will give you a feel for the level of service that I provide.
All the best,
Coldwell Banker Star Realty
BRE Lic #01456982... more
Generally speaking a second mortgage holder is in an extremely weak position and cannot foreclose. They would ordinarily be limited to filing a lien against the property. However the fact that this has gone to a collection agency who will undoubtedly starting adding on fees, interest etc is reason for you to be proactive and not be an ostrich and hide you head in the sand and hope it goes away. (Spoiler alert- It won't)
I'd suggest yu speak with a local real estate attorney and perhaps have them speak tot he collection agency.... more