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Foreclosure in Milwaukee County : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Jul 22, 2017
Jlerette asked:
My boyfriend bought a foreclosure in cash for $15,000 in 2009. My name isn't on the title/deed but I stuck thousands into fixing it up over the years. He currently owes about 15,000…
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Sat Jul 8, 2017
Vettysdom answered:
This property has been rented.
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Tue May 23, 2017
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Wed Apr 13, 2016
Meghan Degenhardt asked:
I thought I was done with this property, but since the title and deed was never transferred, I've been getting all kinds of delinquent tax bills, water bills, bills from the city for repairing…
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Fri Mar 11, 2016
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Thu Feb 25, 2016
Baluinbox asked:
was anybody able to finance a sheriff sale property thru normal mortgage process? If so what was the closing process ?
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Fri Feb 27, 2015
Rich Moen answered:
Dave,
There are currently 84 homes listed in 53212 zip code. As for foreclosures on the public sites without addresses, Dan is absolutely correct, Realty Trac wants your money. Many of the homes they post are only 2 months in the rears on payments and will never go into foreclosure.

If you want to find a home, send me your criteria and I will let you know what is available.
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Thu Jun 12, 2014
Erika Barron answered:
What is the address.... Thank you
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Thu Feb 20, 2014
Allbusinessxx answered:
would you send a list of proerties you want to dipose of to allbusinessxx@yahoo.com
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Mon Oct 21, 2013
Brian Nguyen answered:
Well the first step to buying a home is to get pre-qualified. It is important to be qualified for different reasons. One reason is that it gives you a realistic idea of what you can afford. Also, offers from individuals with pre-approvals are taken much more seriously than offers from individuals without pre-approvals. If you haven't been pre-approved yet I recommend this be the first thing you do. So speak with a lender to apply for a loan and prequalify. When you apply for a loan, lenders like myself will need to look at several different things if you are trying to prequalify for a loan. 1) Proof of income for each person that will be on the mortgage which can be demonstrated through: one month of pay stubs, previous year's W-2 forms and tax returns, official documentation to demonstrate other forms of income (alimony, child support, etc.), and two year's tax returns if self-employed (all schedules, all pages) 2) Credit Report which they will pull 3) Employment History or Business Tax Returns if you're Self Employed 4) Personal assets such as: Recent balances and statements for bank accounts, most recent account statement demonstrating market value of any investments (stocks, bonds or certificates of deposit), documentation showing interest in retirement funds, face amount and cash value of life insurance policies, value of significant pieces of personal property, debt information, the balances and account numbers of your current loans and debts, including car loans, credit card balances and any other loans you may have. These are just a few things you should have ready when you begin your buying process. If you have any other questions or need a loan please contact me through the information on my profile page. I hope this helps and good luck! Good Luck! Brian Nguyen Sr. Mortgage Banker NMLS # 659743 Phone: 949.667.2887 brian.nguyen@nafinc.com ... more
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Sat Oct 19, 2013
Team Perzacki answered:
WOW! Quite the variation in answers. I do list foreclosures and can tell you most local banks do rent some of there foreclosures. The national banks I have not seen following the same practice. You could as another agent said try to contact any of the local banks and see if anything is available. ... more
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Sat Aug 31, 2013
Tammy Becker answered:
Which property are you inquiring about?
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Sat Aug 31, 2013
Linda S. Cefalu answered:
Martin Drive is not an address, but if you provide for us the home you are interested in, we would be happy to answer you.
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Wed Aug 14, 2013
Troy Miller answered:
Bronze,

Unless there is some pre-negotiated pre or post closing occupancy the seller must be completely out of the property by the closing day/time.

Troy Miller, ABR, RNG
TOTAL Realty LLC
414-333-3723
troymiller@totalrealty.com
www.totalrealty.com
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Tue Jan 15, 2013
Matthew Heitmann Team answered:
Hi Becca,

Great question! Below is an article that I wrote some time ago. The best person to ask is a mortgage professional of course.

Best of Luck!
Michael Collins- SFR, BPOR
Broker - Rock Realty
608-921-8536
Ask me about our Home Buyer Discounts!

My Trulia Blog:
http://www.trulia.com/blog/RockRealty/
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Fri Jan 11, 2013
Matthew Heitmann Team answered:
Great Answer Chris!

Regards,
Michael Collins- SFR, BPOR
Broker
Rock Realty
608-921-8536

My Trulia Blog:
http://www.trulia.com/blog/RockRealty/
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