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Sun Nov 11, 2012
De Vonte Williamson answered:
You should contact the lender. They could better answer the question. Foreclosure in general, can be a lengthy process.

I hope this answered your question! If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact me by the ways below.

Wishing you all the best,


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Sat Jun 9, 2012
Anna M Brocco answered:
Consult with your agent and or attorney; unfortunantely none of us can answer with accuracy as none of us are directly involved in the transaction....
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Thu Jun 7, 2012
Martina Ryan answered:
Try putting a note on the door or contacting the owner directly. Bank owned generally don't rent.
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Tue Mar 20, 2012
Anna M Brocco answered:
For a personalized answer do visit with any licensed loan officer; generally it can take anywhere from two to four years; much will depend on the circumstances that led you to the short sale, your current, income, credit, debt, etc. ... more
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Thu Sep 16, 2010
William H Pearlman answered:
The fourth quarter of 2010 looks like a GREAT time for buyers. Sellers are finally starting to realize that their houses have depreciated and are getting realistic about what it will take to sell them (lowere prices). The mortgage interest rates are currently at ridiculous lows and FHA and VA are making low down payment loans avaialble. If you have a good credit history, stable employment and documented income you are an extremely strong buyer. william-pearlman.com ... more
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Sun Jul 27, 2008
Carmen Di Biase answered:
Ralph,

I assume you moved up from NYC for quality of life issues and affordability. If you purchased the home primarily as a place to live vs. an investment, you will do well. If you are looking to turn it over for a profit, it will take some time for the market to see appreciation. Stewart Airport and proximity to NYC will continue to bring growth to the county though most likely at a slower rate. Enjoy your home and its surroundings and don't worry about the balance sheet for now. ... more
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