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You can obtain all the listing data for free! With out any obigation!
My husband and I have lived and worked in Murrieta and Temecula for over 20 years. We know the area very very well and would be glad to help you find the home of your dreams at the best price possible!
We are REO and SHORT SALE SPECIALISTS. Our background over the last 30 years has been full time agents working in real estate sales and lending. We have worked through three down markets.
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Scott and I would be glad to help you sort through all the different options available to you. Then when that right property hits the market we are ready to jump on it and make your dreams come true.
If you would like...might I suggest an automatic direct MLS Listing feed? You can cancel anytime! There is a link sent with every email to unsubscribe.
We can set up a customized search of exactly what you are looking for so the minute that home hits the market you will be notified the same time all of us agents are notified. There is no faster or more accurate source for real estate listings than the source - The MLS!
Scott and Shelley Weier
Cal State Realty
C2 Financial Corporation
For information on how to buy a bank owned property, check with a local Realtor who can explain the process and give you valuable assistance.
RealtyTrac IS NOT a "distressed property MLS", they are simply using Trulia to take public record notices and syndicate the information to the web. Very few RealtyTrac listings are actually for sale: http://docs.Steven-Anthony.com/RealtyTrac30.pdf
You can get REAL 100% distressed property listings from a RealtorÂ® for free; however, you would be making a mistake if you did not also look at non-distressed property as well.
Here's a quick relative risk scale for distressed property (1 being the most risky):
1) Trustee Sale (court house steps)
2) Auction Company Sale (you bidding in a pressure environment)
3) REO (reduced disclosure requirements),
4) Short Sale (primarily risk is approval timeline)
Most distressed property is sold via RealtorÂ® websites!
MLS Data Accuracy â€“ Where to search if youâ€™re â€œwithout RealtorÂ®â€