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Foreclosure in Arizona : Real Estate Advice

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Yesterday at 1:08pm
Devans412 answered:
I interested in the property at 1061 union st in mnroe,Michigan. I was told that wells Fargo foreclosed on this property. Please let me know any details if you know something about its been vacant for a long time ... more
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Fri Sep 15, 2017
Karen Peyton answered:
What do you want?
You wrote your landlord is not paying the mortgage + not making repairs.
Depending upon how far the mortgage is in arrears, the house may go into foreclosure if it isn't already, so any repairs he makes won't help you for long.

Again, what do you want?
Given your description of the problems you face (if it were me and I were you,) I'd want to move. If that's what you want, tell him so. Lease or not, depending upon what's wrong with the house - he may legally have to let you go.

Here's a link to the Arizona Department of Housing (ADOH) where you can download a copy of the Arizona Residential Landlord Tenant Act.

Read it and show it to your landlord.

Best of luck!
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Thu Sep 14, 2017
Mikec.remax answered:
oh and Asset Managers in some cases are NOT who you need to get in with. There may be an Agent Relations Team that hires the agents as to make sure there is no kick backs or referrals that occur between agent and asset manager. ... more
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Mon Sep 11, 2017
Jacqlundberg answered:
THEY WOULD NOT BE CAMPING OUT IN THE FORECLOSURE HOMES IF THE BANKS WOULD GIVE BACK ALL THE HOMES THEY HAD ILLEGALLY TAKEN AWAY FROM THEM,!!!! I AM ONE OF THE VICTIMS FROM THE ILLEGAL FORCLOSURE THAT WAS PULLED ON ME 17 YEARS SAME LOAN $34,000 15 YEAR FIXED NO OTHER LOANS. DENIED EQUITY, TOOK EVERYTHING I PAID FOR THEN TOSSED TO THE STREET WITH NOTHING NO CLOTHES, SHOES,FOOD, BLANKETS, NOTHING!!! I AM STILL HOMELESS. SO AS I SEE IT THE BANKS ARE GETTING THEIR KARMA DUE TO THEM. I AM NOT APPROVING THE DAMAGES THAT ARE BEING DONE TO THE HOMES THAT IS VERY WRONG, BUT THATS THE WHOLE REASON THIS HAS BEEN GETTING WORSE.... ... more
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Sun Aug 27, 2017
Diannch answered:
, the home has been vacated and repossessed I would like to purchase the house 4 cash money before it goes on the market who do I talk to
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Sat Aug 26, 2017
Karen Peyton answered:
You should consult an attorney in this matter. How long depends on the means of pursuit - and trust me - your former HOA intends to be paid. It may be wise to negotiate the debt and satisfy the debt, instead of carrying it around like luggage.
Again, look to an attorney for advice.
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Sat Aug 26, 2017
Karen Peyton answered:
TIN generally stands for Taxpayer Identification Number. These aren't usually shared.
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Fri Jul 28, 2017
Dianahn22 asked:
can the current buyer then purchase from the bank for the amount owed? can they buy from the bank for said owed amount before foreclosure/auction now?
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Tue Jul 18, 2017
Bigbonesbluew answered:
Are auction taking place everyday at courthouses?
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Sun Apr 23, 2017
Karen Peyton answered:
Once the auction is completed it will be up to the "then" owner of the property to pursue eviction - according to Arizona law assuming the zip code provided is correct and you are in Yuma. You will receive notices from the new owner (demand for possession) and your refusal to leave the premises (if you refuse) will cause court complaint and notice of eviction. Worse coming to worse will be the constable or sheriff at your door. On the other hand, the new owner could want you to stay a while and may offer a lease or month-to-month tenancy. With so many variables there is no specific timeline, but please don't let things get out of hand and become ugly. And of course as will all legal matters, don't hesitate to contact an attorney for advice.

Also, since I don't know if your question is one of a far-gone conclusion or a consideration for making another decision...why haven't your pursued a short sale?? Contact your mortgage company and a local agent to explore this possibility.

Wishing you "all the best" during this stressful time.

K.
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Tue Apr 11, 2017
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Sun Mar 12, 2017
Scott Godzyk answered:
It is best to go to their office, to have a pamphlet of service you offer, copy of insurance and offer free estimates. That is the best way to get you in. When called, reply fast and provide good service. Calls to agents may not work as i know i get bombarded and never hire anyone based on a sales call. ... more
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Sat Mar 11, 2017
Karen Peyton answered:
No one here is going to know the answer. You'll have to figure out the name of the company based upon the information you should already have...perhaps from/in your original loan documents.
If you can't see an attorney for guidance.
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