I cannot find any listing on that street. The last one sold in 2007 was sold for $404K.
Again RealtyTrac's information is inaccurate. They make money by attracting people join member and pay monthly fee.
Please visit my websit at http://www.fidelerealestate.com to set up a search in Antioch.
You will receive current listings. contact me if you want to view those properties.
If you need credit repairs, apply credit repair first before you go and look for houses because it is not easy to get financing right now. If you need mortgage information, please feel free to contact at (925) 683-1332.
Good luck with your home searching.
While its true that your credit report will take a hit, your score will be negatively affected for 2 years after the foreclosure and it will show in the "derogatory" section of the credit report 7 to 10 years. Subject to change, lenders will also not lend to anyone who has had a foreclosure/short sale within 3 years.
The most constructive thing to do now is to agressively protect your credit score to dillute the negative affects of the foreclouse on your score so that after the 2-year period is over you have a score that reflects a stellar record. After that, one year later, you can again look to purchasing.
To understand how the credit "game" is played see:
It would also make sense to talk to Countrywide to see if they will help you, although the fact that they are now part of BofA may have changed things there.
Good luck to you.
Bernard Gibbons, Realtor, e-PRO Certified Internet Specialist
J. Rockcliff Realtors, 15 Railroad Avenue, Danville, CA 94526
Phone (925) 997-1585
As you know a forclosure puts a big bite on your credit score. Your first step is to talk with a lender to see what your score is now. As you know, your credit score determines what type of loan, what type of rate and if you can even get a loan. I normally tell folks to talk to their bank or credit union to get a loan because you can usually get the best deal from them. If not, Country Wide said they would help you again, then they should be the first company you talk to, if they won't help you, you can seek out a good Mortgage broker. No matter what, you need to get approved from a financial institution before moving forward in looking for a house.
If I can be of any further assistance please contact me.
I have names of a couple of mortgage brokers that can do this assessment for you. If you need their names you may e-mail me and I'll send the info to you.
Its nice to see that someone with your experience is ready to dive into home ownership again...way to go, keep it up!
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