From my understanding, Realty Trac, and most of its competitors are mostly about getting people to subscribe to their service. Most of the time when buyers cite a particular ... more
Sorry to hear about your brother in law, there are 2 things he can do - either go for loan modification if he wants to keep the house and afford the new payment or do a short sa ... more
If you are looking to buy a foreclosed home then the procedure is normal as the other regular sale. These foreclosed homes comes on the market (the asset manager assigns to th ... more
It depends on the bank. The homeowner can negotiate, especially if he/she plans to try to see the property first.
Please give me a call at 415.515.6097 and I can recommend my mortgage banker/broker who is very well qualified to help you. He has helped many of my clients through very diff ... more
I'm not sure I understand your question. Are you interested in receiving properties from the MLS which are currently listed as active? If so, you can receive active list ... more
This condo was on market until June 2008 for $699,000, then the listing was cancelled. No other information available on the MLS. Prior to 8/1 it was owned by an individua ... more
Your deposit is either in the owners bank being held for you or if the property is under managment it is in a trust account with the property manager.
Review your lease and find ... more
It is not unusual for a bank to file NOD even when the property is being considered for Short Sale. It takes 111 days in CA from NOD to Auction and the bank is just protect ... more
Are you wondering about pre-foreclosure properties (short sales--over 100 in San Francisco) or REOs (alre ... more
You're asking questions the late night infomercials put on whole seminars about. They want to get you hooked into the programs, software and seminars they sell. Let's just s ... more
Quick sale is when the seller sells at a lower price, and a short sale is when the mortgage company reduces the note and you buy the note ... more