I would advise the utmost caution. We are hearing of people "renting" out vacant homes that they do not own. They take your money and disappear. Meanwhile, when you move in you are trespassing on someone else's property.
I can look up both the ownership of the property and whether or not it is in foreclosure. Contact me through my profile or call me with the property address. Better safe than sorry.
Shel-lee Davis, QSCÂ®
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You may be able to do a construction loan. You draw money from the loan during the course of construction and then start paying it back when the construction is completed. Check with a lender to be sure.... more
There are banks in my area renting properties, especially those of builders that were never sold, due to falling prices small community banks found it more favorable to rent the homes than to market them for sale.
Who did you hear from that the house was in foreclosure? Unless you received notification from a bank, a homeowner struggling with his payments or hearsay about looming foreclosure does not necessarily get you out of your lease agreement with the owner.... more
Hello Bm. If you want up to date crime rates you can always visit the Huntington Park police department and ask them for a computerized print-out. They are usually really good about providing these servies to the public. If you are looking to purchase in Huntington Park, please give me a call.. I have sold many homes in Huntington Park and have an office in South Gate.