Consider visiting with any licensed loan officer; there are other factors besides credit that determine qualification, such as income, debt, etc.; at the very least if you don't yet qualify, he/she may offer great suggestions as to what needs to be done in order to qualify in the near future; If shopping for a credit card, ask the bank you currently do business with, or any other bank, about a secured credit card.... more
I am an Oregon licensed real estate broker in Keizer. There are currently four double-wides for sale, they range in price from $14,000 to $40,000.
Please let me know if I can help you further.
Did you try everything to stop it? Call them try to get them to push it off, request a modification we have done it many times for clients, the banks do not want a foreclosure. If you can not get anywhere the auction will most likely go to the bank. No matter who it goes to you have a small period of time to continue to work things out while title transfer takes place, usually a few weeks. If the bank does take title they usually do not ask you to leave right away it is better for them to let you stay so the building is not vacant, we have seen cases where clients stayed as much as 18 to 24 months. Good Luck and if you do lose your home we can help you get back on your feet. Bob... more
Are you sure it actually went up for auction? Often times homes are put on the auction block and then pulled off the morning of or the day before.
If your home was purchased by an investor at the auction, they almost always come to your door right after the auction with a cash for keys offer. If the property went back to the bank, then someone from the bank will approach you with a cash for keys offer as well (typically).
BUT, I would verify that your home was actually sold first.... more
That depends on the laws of your state. The best way to find out is to talk to a lawyer. If you're in Oregon, you can get a consultation with a lawyer about landlord-tenant law for only $35 by contacting the Lawyer Referral Service of the Oregon State Bar Association. Contact the LRS by phone at 1-800-452-7636, or use their online referral form at www.osbar.org/public/ris/lrsform.html.
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what is the purpose of your wanting to get your home value estimated?
If you want to have your property tax reassessed, then you may want the lowest price possible, Your local realtor can help you.
If you want to haver your property sold, then you'd want to most recent and most comparable sales in your area. Again, your local realtor can help you.
Are you trying to refinance? Then your lender will engage an appraiser for that purpose.
Who's telling you that estimates are "all over the board from home appraisers?" That may be true since there are all kinds of homes and they will all have different valuations, hence "all over the board".....
But for similar homes, in similar conditions, in the same area -- the valuations/estimates should be quite close when you use your realtor or a professional appraiser.... more
Don't Settle. Interview Brokers, find a heavy hitter in your area. In this market you can't settle for 2nd best. A good Real Estate Broker in your area will stand above the rest. Hopefully. Friends aren't normally the best.... more
In order to best protect yourself and any other assets you may have, do consider consulting with an attorney who specializes in real estate before any foreclosure occurs--he/she can best advise as it relates to your specific situation.... more
Once the listing has either been manually entered or has been automatically transfered from your local MLS, you simply go to My Listings, click on edit listings and photographs should be about the third option down on your left. Once you're there, simply browse to where you have the pictures saved on your hard drive, and rearrange them as you'd like them to appear. You can also add various captions to your photos to give them that extra Mmmph! Hope this helps!
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