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charliebahno…, Home Buyer in Napa, CA

How do I follow up with a listing on Trulia about a property with Notice of Default?

Asked by charliebahnorama, Napa, CA Mon Dec 30, 2013

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You should have a real estate agent. Do you need me to recommend one to you?

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Dec 31, 2013
Sounds good
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I will get in touch with you about this purchase when necessary.
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It may seem to self-serving but the only realistic way to obtain up to date and accurate information on a property with an NOD and on Trulia (which means it is listed on some listing service) is to engage with a real estate agent in the area where the home is located... This agent will be able to provide valuable information about the home, the general market in the area as well as specific information about similar homes that have sold in that area... All of this information is critical in developing a plan to purchase the home.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Dec 30, 2013
Terry has great advice . Find a local Realtor in the area of the listing and the information will be current, as some of the reporting sources are out of date.
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Thank you Al
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Find a good real estate agent in the area you are looking in and they will be able to get you the most accurate up to date information.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Dec 30, 2013
Tim is right, agents (not all agents are Realtors) have access to systems that can monitor the status of properties going through default/foreclosure and strategies for purchasing these types of properties.
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You would be better off contacting a local Realtor that can get real time listing data rather than looking here online where data can be days to months old by the time it gets changed. The Realtor is free to you as well , so why wouldn't you?
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Dec 30, 2013
ok thank you sir!
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