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Foreclosure in Sedona : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Jul 31, 2014
Claudelle Johnson answered:
Hello,

I know of 3 properties that are horse properties within the Sedona - Verde Valley area under $100K; but not located in Sedona. They are located in Camp Verde or Cornville - would you like more information? Please, contact me and I can email you the listings.

Claudelle Johnson
CENTURY 21 Sexton Realty
(928) 451-1616
claudelle.johnson@century21.com
www.SedonaRedRockHomes.com
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Fri Jun 15, 2012
Regina (gina) Hull answered:
Realty Trac usually has the most up to date information on foreclosure auction dates. Trulia & Zillow often pull their information from that website. I would be happy to help you with any property in the Sedona & Verde Valley area. I specialize in foreclosures & short sales and am approved by most lenders to submit offers. ... more
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Fri Jun 15, 2012
Regina (gina) Hull answered:
I am an approved BofA short sale agent. I can submit an offer on their special short sale website. If the property is already under contract, we could try and get you in a backup position, so that if the original offer falls out, you could be next in line. Unfortunately, the bank will not give out any information regarding the current offer as it is considered confidential information. Short sales are different than foreclosures. I am a CDPE (Certified Distressed Property Expert) and have been trained in the stratigies for submitting offers on short sales & foreclosures. The stratigies to use to negotiate offers often depends on the lender backing the loan. BofA may be servicing the loan, but Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac or some other company may be backing the loan,. That is the information that is needed in order to stratigize & negotiate your offer and get it accepted. I'd be happy to help you with any other questions you may have or work as your buyers agent in the process. ... more
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Tue Apr 24, 2012
Nora Sims answered:
Yes, title transfers at the completion of a trustee sale. A lot of confusion comes with your question. The foreclosure process is a process that is governed by state and federal laws, followed by the policies of the lender involved.What could be true and correct in one area, may not be so in another. In addition, the foreclosure process is different based on the type of loan that is in place; for instance a note and deed of trust vs. an agreement for sale, or a mortgage.
I hope that helps.
Bye for now,
Nora
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