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Jacklin, Home Seller in Los Angeles, CA

I need help with my house in Palmdale, CA. It is about to go to foreclosure. I think I need an attorney.

Asked by Jacklin, Los Angeles, CA Wed Jan 9, 2008

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It appears this was posted Jan 9, 2008????
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Apr 27, 2011
You're here telling us you need an attorney cause???? Your question is ????
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Oct 6, 2010
I too am a “Pre-foreclosure Specialist” and it is not in your best interest to just walk away and let it be foreclosed on. There are ramifications that go along with foreclosure you can likely avoid if you take alternative action. Call or email me. Pat Hunt 661-947-1761 or Pat_Hunt08@Hotmail.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Oct 6, 2010
Call me. It is better to sell it as a short sale rather than go into foreclosure. I am a 'Certified Preforclosure Specialist' out of Keller Williams. 661-341-1456. Candy Havlock
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jul 29, 2009
it's probably best to just walk away and free yourself from mortgage slavery. It depends on whether your loan was "recourse" or "non-recourse". In the latter case, the deal is simply that you can stop paying the loan and give back the house at any time. It's perfectly legal and moral according to the terms of the mortgage. Now that the government has temporarily stopped taxing forgiven debt, you can do it without owing anything! But talk to a lawer and accountant first
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun May 31, 2009
I recommend that you visit http://www.stansen.com. Paul is an experienced real estate attorney and broker who consults with a number of real estate companies and can advise you of your options. Good Luck!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jan 9, 2008
Check out the website below.It also has numbers you can call for assistance. Good luck!
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The Hagley G…, Real Estate Pro in Pleasanton, CA
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Sorry to hear of your situation ....you are not alone. Best to consult with a local real estate attorney as soon as possible. You are right with your first instinct.
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