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Everything looks pretty good from what you shared. You may also want to have your tax returns and recent bank statements at hand as well. Just be ready for a lot of que ... more
From what I can tell there is no loan on the property with that address, and it is not on the market.
I may be wrong, but I don't think so.
If the condo is bank/lender owned, they may have evicted the tenants or owners. If it is a standard sale, the owners/sellers may have evicted their tenants. What is the addre ... more
Check with a lawyer. I'm sure you have rights. But so do the tenant ... more
In the last 90 days homes have sold for between $238,875 (attached, single family home, 2 be ... more
Many things go into deciding who gets an accepted offer besides the price. I think most importantly who is the best qualified buyer. Who will have the easiest time getting a ... more
Without seeing the executed contracts, no seeing the listing agreement, not speaking with asset mana ... more
Isn't the landlord, the owner? The NTS will tell you when it's going to be sold. You should contact the owner and ask what the situation is. Once the property ... more
As a buyer....not that much! Many people use living trusts as a tool for inheritance planning. It could be something that simple. Also...if the sellers have passed on...then ther ... more
http://egov.ocgov.com/ocgov/Info%20OC/Departments%20&%20Agencies/Treasurer-Tax%20Collector ... more
That is a tricky question. $60,000 is a big hit to take, but iI'm inclined to say that if that's the price you pay for happiness then it may be worth it. At least you' ... more
There are some builders in the Anaheim and surrounding areas that I can lead you to. They also build detached PUD as well. What price range and square feet are you looking ... more