Not unless his mortgage is assumable, which is highly unlikely.
Post more details on what you and your friend are trying to accomplish. There's almost definitely some way ... more
I will refer you to your Realtor, as every state is different, but in AZ, the offer would have had a "short sale addendum" attached to it, which has verbiage that all ... more
I know that complex, right near the Traffic Circle and close to Mendez as well.
That is a brilliant question. I am not sure what the law says in regards for them to Provid ... more
I hope it is not your case and got more debt while the transaction was in process.
Since you know the details of your specific transaction, I would suggest you visit the following site and follow the steps to obtain an estimate:
http://www.closing.com ... more
GOOD LUCK great questions
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Good question here.
Food for thought: Using $350,000 (3.5%= $12,250 / 5%= $17,500 / 10%= $35,000). So the question here is how long will it take you to save these amou ... more
Give me a call at 909-762-1153.
I can help you out with that.
Jes Sierra, RealtorÂ®
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A wise agent will not answer this question directly for you due to the litigation aspect here in the state of California.
My best advice for you is to first ident ... more
Sometimes the tax record will show as a "sale price" what the bank may have taken a property back for (probably the amo ... more
If you do not have it in Writing, you have nothing.
Inform this Agent that you want copies of the ... more
Presently I have five clients (buyers) who are encount ... more