Yes, this home is still available. It is located in a Senior park. If this will work for you and you would like to see it, drop me an email with your information.
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XXXX BELLFLOWER DRIVE
BUENA PARK , CA 90620
TS # : 2012-XYXYX
Bid Not Available
Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Anaheim - Orange County,
100 The City Drive Orange, CA 92868
Grand Ballroom 8/13/2012 9:00:00 AM... more
The landlord / owner can do whatever they want with the rent they collect. You / Section 8 pays the rent for you to have housing which you receive. Each month on the 1st you pay rent for housign for that month which you receive.
You cannot be evicted as long as you are paying the rent at the time of Foreclosure.... more
Aside from the short sale / foreclsoure, you really need to find a different place to live. It seems this landlord is not willing or maybe not able to correct the water leak. If the landlord is in foreclosure, it is most likely he/she has no money to put into the property.
As soon as you can, find another place to live where you will be treated with respect. Talk to your case worker and explain the situation. They may have resources to help you.... more
I live in BP and my average water trash bill is $80 every other month, my electric bill is usually over $100 and gas is about $60 (more in winter, less in summer). I have a much larger home and a family of 6 so I imagine all of this will be alot less since it is a smaller house and I presume you have a smaller family.
Hope this helps.
Call or text me at (714) 404-7009 if you want to see this property or any others in the area. My email is email@example.com.... more
Hi! Buena Park is in Anaheim Unified School District. The City of Cerritos is in the ABC School District.
Oxford Academy( competes in scholarship with Whitney High and Los Alamitos High as it is an academic junior & senior high school in Cypress), Cypress High and Kennedy in Cypress and La Palma are in Anaheim Unified and are great schools.
If I can be of any other help just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 714-296-7270.
Barbara Robbins-Olexa, Broker, e-Pro(R) Internet Certified, SRES(R)
L B Brokerage
A few issues may impact you as the new homeowner. Your insurance company could deny the claim if there was a fire or a personal injury. Unpermitted modifications may affect the marketability when you become the seller. Annoying neighbors may call code compliance officials. "If" you get caught, simply remove the illegal alterations.
On the other hand, I inspect a plethora of new homes that are inspected by the city and find many (not a few) code violations.
Find a qualified home inspector in your zip code: www.creia.org... more
If they did do remodeling without getting the proper permits, they would disclose this to you in the escrow process as part of the seller disclosures. They can sell it wiithout permits and as a buyer you would assume the responsibility for having thorough inspections done to determine if the home is in good shape. Then make your decision based on that as to whether you would want to still purchase the home.
This home is in back-up at this time, though.....so it's not available anymore.
Hope this helps!!