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Foreclosure in Cape Coral : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Sep 19, 2017
Kathy Burgreen answered:
I looked up the address on both Zillow and Trulia. Zillow has it as "Off Market" and if you scroll down to "Price History" the listing was removed in June 2017. Zillow does not have this property for sale. However, Trulia lists it as a foreclosure meaning the lender foreclosed on the house because the owner failed to pay their mortgage loan.

The issue is the listing you see on Trulia may not be accurate and since real estate websites get information from county tax assessors, it's possible this may be an error by the 3rd party vendor that collects such information. In this case, there won't be any financials if the listing is a mistake. You need to find a realtor who will work with your price range.
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Tue Sep 19, 2017
Robert Guth answered:
This home IS still available? Would you like to schedule a time to see it? I'd be happy to help you, or send other properties to you via email. Send me your email and I will send the MLS listing to you. ... more
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Thu Aug 10, 2017
Robert Guth answered:
It doesn't show that it was ever listed in the MLS. It is definitely not active/for sale in our local real estate listing service. If you need help finding specific types of homes, I'd be happy to help. My Buyers don't pay me, the seller does.

Robert Guth, Realtor - ReMax Realty Partners
17 years in real estate
Native of Cape Coral
And I love where I live
robguth88@gmail.com
www.CapeCoralFortMyersHomesOnline.com

Search through my Re/Max site: http://www.robert.southernfloridahomesearch.com

Or search through my local real estate MLS: http://members.FloridaRealtors.org/2292729
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Mon Oct 24, 2016
Sally Grenier answered:
Don't you realize that Trulia isn't a real estate company and these so-called "foreclosure" listings aren't necessarily available? They are bogus!! It just means that the NED has been filed with the county, and we all know that that doesn't necessarily mean it WILL be foreclosed on. You know that any and all foreclosures will be listed in your local MLS with a local Realtor, right? ... more
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Tue Aug 9, 2016
Robert Guth answered:
You can ask a local Realtor to work for you. A Buyer's agent is most likely going to be compensated by the seller, so you can have professional representation with no cost to you. I have helped many investors, first time home buyers, etc. buy a home and they never had to pay me. I am from SWFL, and am a local Realtor with 16 years of previous mortgage experience, so I can pretty much cover all aspects of buying a home.

www.capecoralfortmyershomesonline.com
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Mon Aug 8, 2016
Robert Guth answered:
I'd be happy to help. I am compensated by the seller, so my Buyer clients never have to pay me for my representation. It depends on if it is an auction foreclosure, or a bank owned foreclosure. A title search will determine if there are any liens, and the costs vary. Sorry to be vague, but it really depends on the circumstances. We can take it case by case, and as you find homes you are interested in, I'll do the ;eg work to get you all of the pros, cons, and costs.

If you want some help buying a foreclosure, I'll be happy to help.

You can check me out here:

www.capecoralfortmyershomesonline.com/
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Thu Sep 17, 2015
David Lang answered:
Diane is correct. Not an easy take if not impossible. Best to watch for it to hit the market; it could be next week or a year down the road. The process for banks, through the legal system, is a complicated one and takes a long time. Good luck.

David Lang
Keller Williams Realty
239-677-8780
www.SWFloridaHomeSearch.com
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Mon Sep 15, 2014
Birgit Moenkemoeller answered:
I'm specialized in foreclosures and auctions to find you the best deal in houses or Condos. Read my clients recommendations and lets find you a Condo in your price range.
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Thu Mar 13, 2014
Terry McCarley answered:
Foreclosure filings have dropped drastically here and home prices have been steadily increasing. It's a great time to buy here before prices go higher. Email me at leecountyrealtor@earthlink.net or call me at 239-707-4575 and I will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have about the area. I have lived here over 25 years and know the area extremely well. ... more
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Sun Aug 18, 2013
Joycelewis412 answered:
A good mortgage broker or loan officer should be able to give you the details.Ask for a referral. Contact lenders in your area.





Check if you qualify for a mortgage. Try www.whywaitbuytoday.com ... more
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Mon Jul 1, 2013
Mike Lombardo answered:
Typically, because short sales require an "arm's length transaction" addendum, that won't be possible. The bank wants to see that you haven't manipulated your own financial situation for the benefit of a family member and they do a thorough investigation on the purchaser so there's not a good way to get around it. I use an attorney-owned short sale mediation company to negotiate my short sales called InRem. The folks at InRem have closed hundreds of short sales and I'm sure they'd be happy to go over your situation with you. You can reach them at 239-257-8189. There are still other options available to both you and your parents and I'd be honored to go over some of those with you.

Give me a call if I can be of any help. Good luck,

Mike Lombardo
Mike@mikelom.com
239-898-3445
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Thu May 30, 2013
Terry McCarley answered:
Concordia is a wonderful community. I will be more than happy to email you the available listings in Concordia as well as a map of the entire community. Feel free to email me at leecountyrealtor@earthlink.net or give me a call at 239-707-4575. ... more
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Thu May 23, 2013
Terence Trombetti answered:
Home owners are required to disclose ALL MATERIAL DEFECTS they are aware of, PERIOD. Whether they do or not is a different question, because really, how can you prove what a home owner really "knows". That is why you always need an educated and experienced Realtor working with you and to always get the property you are considering buying fully inspected by a licensed and insured Home Inspector. And, if you feel additional inspections need to be performed, by all means perform them. Caveat emptor - Latin for "Let the buyer beware".

Let me know if I can be of assistance. I go beyond the conventional expectations of our customers by providing superior Real Estate service and protecting your interests every step of the way. Call me and lets talk about how I can help you accomplish your Real Estate goals.

Respectfully,

Terence Trombetti • Realtor®
Gulf Coast Realty Network
4002 Del Prado Blvd. S.
Cape Coral, FL 33904
Mobile 239.560.1574
terencetrombetti@gmail.com
www.gulfcoastproperty.net

See my customer testimonials here:
http://www.zillow.com/profile/terencetrombetti/Reviews?my=y
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Thu May 23, 2013
Terence Trombetti answered:
If you are not working with anyone else I would love to answer all of your questions and help streamline the search process for you. I go beyond the conventional expectations of my customers by educating you on the current market conditions, locating the perfect property that fits your needs, negotiating the best deal possible and protecting your interests every step of the way. Call me and lets talk about how I can help you find a house you will love.

Respectfully,

Terence Trombetti • Realtor®
Gulf Coast Realty Network
4002 Del Prado Blvd. S.
Cape Coral, FL 33904
Mobile 239.560.1574
terencetrombetti@gmail.com
www.gulfcoastproperty.net

*Contact me for a current list of active properties that fit your needs. Conventional, foreclosure and short sales. All properties I send come directly from the Realtor's MLS system and therefore are real-time current information, only active and available homes.

See my customer testimonials here: http://www.zillow.com/profile/terencetrombetti/Reviews?my=y
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Thu May 23, 2013
Terence Trombetti answered:
Many public Websites have outdated information. The only accurate means of getting current, up-to-date market condition information and current active listings information on homes that are truly available, is through a Realtor.

If you are not working with anyone else I would love to answer all of your questions and help streamline the search process for you. I go beyond the conventional expectations of my customers by educating you on the current market conditions, locating the perfect property that fits your needs, negotiating the best deal possible and protecting your interests every step of the way. Call me and lets talk about how I can help you find a house you will love.

Respectfully,

Terence Trombetti • Realtor®
Gulf Coast Realty Network
4002 Del Prado Blvd. S.
Cape Coral, FL 33904
Mobile 239.560.1574
terencetrombetti@gmail.com
www.gulfcoastproperty.net

*Contact me for a current list of active properties that fit your needs. Conventional, foreclosure and short sales. All properties I send come directly from the Realtor's MLS system and therefore are real-time current information, only active and available homes.

See my customer testimonials here: http://www.zillow.com/profile/terencetrombetti/Reviews?my=y
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Fri Apr 26, 2013
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Wed Mar 27, 2013
Emily Marchese answered:
The terms of Your lease should still be honored unless you get notified to vacate. They must give you at least 30 days notice.
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Thu Feb 28, 2013
BUDDYBOY answered:
Hi! What happend was borrowers (mostly no money down investors) got loans from banks to fund construction of their homes and the banks over extended themselves and were ordered to shut down loans on homes that were over a six month lending period (construction was taking 18-24 months at that time). Hansen Homes couldn't continue to build homes without money and most borrowers couldn't get another loan to complete the projects. The builders didn't walk away from anything, they just couldn't continue due to the banks shutting down the construction loans. This happened to many builders at the time. The banks didn't pay them for the work they did and the borrowers were left paying on partial loans. Everyone got screwed cause the banks got greedy and gave loans to people who never should have qualified. ... more
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Wed May 2, 2012
Blanca Contreras answered:
Catherine ~ I'm sure that the Listing Agent can provide you with additional pictures.
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Sat Apr 28, 2012
Dianne Fessler answered:
Good Morning,
Yes I am a realtor in SW Florida serving buyers and sellers since 1999. I know the area and the market quite well.
How can I help you?
You can reach me at 239-410-7190 or diannefess@earthlink.net ... more
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