Call your mortgage holder and find out what is going on. If you own your home outright call the courthouse and see what is going on. You should also contact a R/E attorney if you are concerned. Hope this helps.... more
Right, the property had private mortgage insurance which means that the bank not only receives insurance money it also gets money from you usually for a tidy some. The bank will not approve your deal until they know what the bottom line numbers are going to be on the property and what their net is going to be. They will figure it out pretty fast though if they have a cash buyer. Be patient and you'll probably hear some hopefully good news soon.
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Yes, certainly there is a free list of foreclosures! Ask a good realtor. Never, ever pay for such a list, they are often outdated and scams!
You should ask a good realtor to set up an automatic list of the type of home you're looking for including all homes for sale in the price range you can afford. Forclosures are not always the best deal so look at everything.
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You can find it in public records that are available at any title company's website. It most likely went back to the beneficiary at what was owed on it and will appear as a bank owned (REO) property with a competitive price attached in your local MLS soon.... more
At least you have experience in working with asset management company and I hope you know how they worked to create relationship with the main lenders to get work from them. Once you get the orders from the lenders, then its easy to find realtors who can assist you in selling those assets. You can count me in as your realtor for California. I can send my information to be added as your real estate agent for California areas in my market areas.
I guess, you need to sit with an attorney and CPA to create the company, register, open bank account and other required documents..and hire your team for marketing & calling lenders to build relationship... Good luck!!