Do you have a Street number please?
Buying at foreclosure takes a lot of research if you are not going to find yourself having to pay off liens that were not cleared by the foreclosure. I've received phone ... more
Not happening in Cupertino. The demand is way too high for Cupertino schools. I do extensive research and it is really ... more
I recently built a list of pre-foreclosre properties in Cupertino and mailed the owners to see if they were interested in selling. No response yet.
Let me know if ... more
As Roland rightly pointed out, there're three stages of the foreclosing process:
1. Pre-foreclosure (Short Sale): because most likely it's still owner-occupied, showings ... more
As other fellow agents mentioned, your best bet is to work with a knowledgeable Realtor (an area specialist) to help you out: search and spot foreclosures as soon as they com ... more
There are 2 approaches, one on the Court steps in down town San and the other on the MLS.
However, there are not too many REOs available with top schools in Cupertino. So ... more
Contact an real estate sales with the following charactors
He/she may not be ... more
You should contact a Realtor who is experienced in the specific area you are looking to purchase in. My clients find it most beneficial to them if we start the proces ... more
If you ... more
I would bag the thought of getting a single family home in a decnt neighborhood. Instead I would look to an established cond/townhome complex. Terri points out buying a ... more
My name is Allyson, I do specialize in bank owned (foreclosed) and short sales properties and I have found my buyers some very good deals. I have purchased Forclosed homes a ... more