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Jeffrey Schn…, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Jeffrey Schnabel answered:
Putting in a offer on a bank owned property.

On average, buying a bank owned property can take longer, sometimes much longer. But it really depends on the bank, how long they've been holding the property, and how the m ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat May 24, 2008 Home Buying in 91354
Debt Free Da…, Real Estate Pro in 85260
Debt Free Dave answered:
What happens to the borrower when the lender forecloses on their home?
Alot happens, for one your credit will be toast. You wont be able to buy for a few years. If it is your primary residence you can avoid a capital gain if the mortgage was a purchase m ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Dec 5, 2008 Foreclosure in Santa Clarita, CA
Cindy Vedder, Real Estate Pro in Riverside County, CA
Cindy Vedder answered:
What are the odds of finding a 3bd, 2bth house in Valencia or S. Ranch area without HOA for under $350,000?
There's one town house listed in Valencia at this price level and is 1420 sq. ft. listed at $310K and that is it. It's MLS #: P2104871. Good Luck. Cindy Vedder
0 votes Share Flag Sat Jul 26, 2008 Home Buying in Santa Clarita, CA
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Voices Member answered:
With so many lenders changing their requirements for loans, is it still possible to get a loan (1st time
Hello Chris!

You can certainly get a loan with as little as 3% down with FHA ! The limit is $729,000 for the home!

That's the great news for you!
0 votes Share Flag Wed Jul 30, 2008 Home Buying in Santa Clarita, CA
Brendan Murp…, Real Estate Pro in Laramie, WY
Brendan Murphy answered:
Putting in a offer
Anything is possible. Your offer would only be about 8% under the purchase price, that is not unreasonable. As far as bank or REO listings, it really depends on what is owed, includin ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Mar 21, 2008 Home Buying in Santa Clarita, CA
Terra Bruns, Real Estate Pro in Santa Clarita, CA
Terra Bruns answered:
Is purchasing a manufactured home in Lily of the Valley park in Saugus a good investment? What is a fair?
The first thing you have to consider is qualifying for the loan. Manufactured homes/mobile homes are usually on leased land, and the banks require 10-30% down depending on credit,the ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed May 21, 2008 Home Buying in Santa Clarita, CA
CJ Brasiel, Real Estate Pro in San Jose, CA
CJ Brasiel answered:
We've decided that our old realtor wasn't working in our best interest so after cancelling an escrow we

The first question is always -
Did you have a buyer broker agreement with this agent? This is a contract that states they will be your agent for x period of time. If you did ha ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Oct 8, 2008 Home Buying in Santa Clarita, CA
Julia Huntsm…, Real Estate Pro in Long Beach, CA
Julia Huntsman answered:
We just cancelled out of escrow because of the seller's unwillingness to do repairs on the house. We just
Val, it's so important to get your comparable sales for the area when you write up the offer. Even then, appraisals may be different. As to how that difference is handled depends on wha ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Feb 14, 2008 Home Buying in Santa Clarita, CA
Robert, Real Estate Pro in Santa Clarita, CA
Robert answered:
Which community in Santa Clarita is the safest and has the best schools
Hi Mitchfp,

As a resident of Santa Clarita for over 30 years, and a Realtor here too, I think I can honestly tell you that there really isn't a bad place to live in Santa Clarita. T ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Feb 9, 2008 Home Buying in Santa Clarita, CA
Alicia Beyer, Real Estate Pro in Grand Rapids, MI
Alicia Beyer answered:
Can a Lien transfer from seller to buyer if title and escrow show it as clear?
Thats what Title Insurance protects us from. Title Insurance guarantees clear title.
0 votes Share Flag Wed Aug 13, 2008 Home Buying in Santa Clarita, CA
Michelle Car…, Real Estate Pro in Cupertino, CA
Michelle Carr-Crowe answered:
Would you rec. selling a condo now for a loss and trading up to a lrg. home....or wait till market is better?
Great question--what is your delta or differential between what you expect to sell for/buy for now vs. a few months or a year ago? If you get lower but it gets you the same or better ho ... more
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