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Fri Jul 14, 2017
Popmanbob84 answered:
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Fri Jul 14, 2017
Eriedebra answered:
i'm looking for a church for sale in Nashville, TN Flushing 150 seats
Pastor Erie Paige 615-243-4698 Sale or Lease
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Fri Jul 14, 2017
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Fri Jul 14, 2017
Mbbornn answered:
I have been on the foreclosed properties list for 1 year. My mortgage is current and only fell behind at one point because of games played by the mortgage servicer. When failing to dodge payments, keeping that money in "unapplied funds" while showing borrowers months late with their obligation. Believe it or not, unscrupulous loan servicers, (like Statebridge Company LLC) and there are many; can hire unscrupulous property management companies (like Safeguard properties) to get properties listed as foreclosed that are not. Properties they are aggressively trying to foreclose on for their greedy investors. And apparently they can do this without anything concrete. You know, like a letter of default on a borrower who is slipping off the ledge in spite of all available assistance. It can be a property owner who is quite solvent, possibly older, with high equity and a FICO score in a position that can be taken down quickly for a battle of endurance that statistically goes poorly for the property owner. So, some of those properties on the foreclosure list don't go to auction because wishful thinking and statistical probabilities don't always play out precisely the way really bad people want them to. Occasionally, not often enough, someone remains sure footed in spite of all available sabotage, grease and banana peels. Sad but true, and hopefully not the long term state of the loan servicing industry. Its scary how much rotten fruit slips through on the conveyor belt. ... more
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Thu Jul 13, 2017
Derek Jones answered:
1. Talk to a lender and get pre-approved for a loan
2. Pick an agent and tell them what kind of home you are looking for and they'll find it.

FYI bank owned homes aren't like they used to be. Now there are fewer on the market and the ones that are on the market aren't at the deep discounts they used to be. Now bank owned homes can and often are priced alongside non-bank owned homes. I usually tell me clients that specifically are looking for bank owned homes to focus on finding any available home that fits your needs in your price range. ... more
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Thu Jul 13, 2017
Alinaluthan answered:
I wish to pass my first buy property on my self my name is Luis Flores my zip code were i leaving is 90033 im going to ask you if you could cualifide me just with 34,000 /35,000 closed. ... more
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Wed Jul 12, 2017
Sherriebeths asked:
we had a home lone 4 years a go throw wells fargo .i need copys of the paper work . we contacted wellsfargo . they did not get back to us .
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Wed Jul 12, 2017
Angelica P answered:

I have emailed you regarding this.

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