Niki with Trulia Customer Service here. I believe you are referring to, 1254 San Pedro Ave, Ceres, CA 95307, http://www.trulia.com/homes/California/Ceres/sold/1000478796-1254-San-Pedro-Ave-Ceres-CA-95307.
I see we are showing the official property, sales, and tax information from county (public) records as of 07/2012 for the property.
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Local MLS rules prevail. Typically if the listing agent and the home seller want to continue to accept back up offers, our local rules state we must mark the status as "Short Sale Cont.". If no more offers are going to be considered, then we mark it, "Pending Short Sale Approval". This way there is no or at least shouldn't be any more confusion. However, some public listing sites may not offer same status, in which then the public stays confused. If you are interested in finding out what the correct status is on a property, please feel free to contact me. I would be happy to assist.... more
That's a good question because it happens more often that you would think. As a real estate broker I had that happen to me and my partner. We had an approved short sale, closed escrow on Friday and on Monday the property sold at the court house steps. The final outcome was the lender had to undo the sale at the court house steps and return the money and since the property was actually sold for less on the court house steps, our buyer also got a large check back to make up for the difference of what it sold for to him and what it sold for at the court house steps. AMAZING!... more
I would file a report with the Local police (so they are aware of what took place in the area YOU will be living in); you really should formally establish what occurred and all of the things stolen. You will want this when you approach the Seller, and as Sheryl suggests, seek compensation from any existing Homeowners or insurance policy that might have been in place or the Sellers themselves.
This may or may not be worth your time; it really depends on what the age/condition of the appliances were and how much you value your time.
This is a beautiful custom home in an established Ceres neighborhood. It is a traditional sale and has been in Pending status since 9/6/12. I would need to contact the Listing Agent to get more information about the current status. Feel free to call or e-mail me if you are interested or have other questions regarding Real Estate in this area.
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This is the step of ngotiation where the bank can decide if the offer that the sellers accepted is enough for them to short sale or if they want to counter the buyer. this can take up to 2 months to get an answer. The bank will sometimes decide to get an appraisal done at this time to see the actual value of the home prior to moving forward.... more
Sorry you had to run in to this problem. The best thing for you to do is put pressure on your loan officer to get that appraisal asap. It really helps to have the appraisal before asking for an extension. Appraisal conditions may cause more delays if repairs are needed (FHA Conditions). If you wait to see the appraisal you can get a better picture of how far out you will need to extend. Seller will be more likely to grant the extension and waive fees, if you can show them that appraisal has been done. I hope this helps. Good luck!... more
That's what it means.
Your costs might be very slightly different, but if it's accurate to say that there's $10,550 left to pay on the loan (and if there's only one loan), then that's approximately it. (Technically, the payoff amount will be slightly different.)
However, be careful. The questions raised below are correct. Watch out, for example, for a second mortgage or a HELOC on the property. Those would have to be paid off, too.
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The property went pending on 5/21/09. When a short sale goes pending it means that the bank has accepted an offer. However, they may be considering back up offers. Please let me know if you have any other questions.