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Foreclosure in Sunny Isles Beach : Real Estate Advice

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Sun May 5, 2013
Olga G. Santillan answered:
Hi, Jk.
Now in the market are many options Like Finnie Mae or Freddie Mac. Just give me a call and i can help you to find the best deal for you.

Graciela Santillan
Realtor
Charles Rutenberg Realty, LLC.
305-244-9859
gracielasantillan@gmail.com
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Wed Apr 24, 2013
Betty Maya answered:
You always give your highest and best offer as there is typically multiple offers on foreclosure properties. I can explain every step to you. Please call me at 305.606.8222.
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Sun Sep 30, 2012
Eric Morin answered:
I will say that every case need a special attention. Work with a Realtor you trust and when it comes to legal advise, ask an attorney. Before buying, always ask your Realtor to perform the necessary search, lien search, etc. You take your decision to buy on the total cost, not only on the fact that there is some owed money to be paid. If the total cost is convenient and you like the place or it can become the perfect investment, just go for it. Always based your decision on fact and analysis.

Eric Morin
Keller Williams Realty
http://www.mysouthflproperty.com
754-246-7218
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Sat Jul 31, 2010
Alexander Kronfeld answered:
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Wed Mar 24, 2010
Alma Rivera answered:
There are several buildings that have negotiated or are negotiating with their lenders a short-sale of the remaining units they have not been able to sell. to avoid filing for bankrupcy.

You will find mostly buildings that have some units purchased by individual owners and a big percentage of units being offered at bulk sale prices to investors at prices under what the developer owes- with the approval of their lender. These transactions generally are not advertised by the developers.

Let me know if you are interested.

Alma
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Thu Mar 11, 2010
Mott Marvin Kornicki answered:
Steve:

There are about 70 such listings on our MLS system. While the short sales and REO inventory MAY SEEM attractive- often they are NOT the best deals to be made. There still are sellers with equity offering property at competitive asking prices. Buildings that are relatively new... the list gets much shorter.

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Aventura | Bal Harbour | Sunny Isles Beach
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Sun Aug 2, 2009
Joe Robaina answered:
Natalie, the real question here is, why do you have to ask this question in a forum?
I hope you are not negotiating yourself or basing you decisions hearsay, these are important matters and you need the guidance and advice of qualified real estate, legal and financial experts looking out for your best interests. You can't possibly think you can out think or out smart the bank.
For example, even though our agents have plenty of training and specialization in that area (just one of our offices averages 100 closed sales per month with over half being short sales), we have an attorney and specialized staff handling all short sale negotiations because the information you provide, an answer you give during a phone call under undue stress can cost you a fortune!
I wouldn’t dare to think that I could make a judgment call and give you advice with such limited information about your situation. What professional can take the possibility of having to make payments for 5 years so lightly?
I can't stress this enough, I urge you to sit down with qualified professionals and carefully plan and execute a strategy to deal with your situation, and providing more incorrect answers and information or losing more time will not help you. If you are working with a realtor or broker and you don’t feel you are getting enough or proper guidance, you should let him or her know and give them the opportunity get you in touch with the right people right away.
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