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Tue Jun 20, 2017
Mary answered:
Hi,

Thank you for reaching out. Upon checking, your For Sale By Owner listing posted to Zillow one day ago. In this case, please kindly allow 24 to 48 hours for the listing data to completely syndicate to Trulia. Your patience is much appreciated.

Thank you for using Trulia!

Mary
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Fri Feb 3, 2017
Leadernadine answered:
My question is I'm up to date on my mortgage payments. But my HOA feed I'm behind. I want to set up a repayment plan. But the association wants more a month than I can afford. Now they want to foreclose on the property. What can u do to stop this? Can they sell my property even if my mortgage is up to date? Is that legal? I need a respond ASAP please ... more
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Fri Jul 15, 2016
Angelica P answered:
Hello,

To post your home for sale by owner on Trulia, click the link below and select Submit listings for sale.

http://www.trulia.com/submit_listings/

You will be redirected to our partner site, Zillow. Once you activate your listing on Zillow, it will appear on Trulia within 24 hours.


For future reference, you can feel free to contact us about this type of inquiry through our contact form here:

http://www.trulia.com/help/ask/


Thank you for using Trulia!

Angelica
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Wed Jul 22, 2015
Alicia Beth Bryan answered:
Not sure if you received any answers, but with a new mortgage the additional debt and the new credit inquires as part of the loan process will lower your credit score. As time passes and payments are made on time your credit score will change and improve. ... more
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Mon Jun 22, 2015
Diane Christner answered:
Read your HOA bylaws and restrictions carefully. If they have the ability to fine you, they can potentially place a lien against your home and, after a certain amount of time, they may be able to foreclose on your property. You do not want to lose a home over a dispute with the HOA. If you cannot settle your dispute with the HOA board on your own, I would suggest talking to a lawyer to learn what options you have. ... more
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Thu Apr 23, 2015
Victor Pasqualicchio asked:
I live in New Jersey and got sick several years and could not pay my bills including my 1st Mortgage and Condo dues. After 3 long years I got better went on SSDI and started to contact my…
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Tue Feb 4, 2014
Brock Lee answered:
Having a resource to help with HOA information and documents makes life easier. Recently, when selling a home in Ohio, Association Online provided me with all the HOA details for the listing, and then provided all the documents - by-laws, financial statements, covenants, etc. They made sure the package was complete, making my work easier. Their web site is well organized and very easy to use - www.associationonline.com . Call their team of experts – they are great to work with (970-226-1324). ... more
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Thu Aug 29, 2013
Nima Buva answered:
Here all the fellow agents are right. The homes are SOLD "AS IS" and there is no seller's disclosure regarding condition of the property. So you should have an agent exclusively representing you who is experienced in distressed properties. Both of you have to walk in with eyes wide open. Write down all the flaws in the home and consider those while submitting an offer. Hire very good and experienced inspector. Let me know if you need either one buyer agent or home inspector and I will be glad to help you. Feel free to call me at 864-634-8670 or contact me through Trulia. I am certified in representing in distressed property sale. ... more
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Wed Mar 13, 2013
Sara Crane answered:
Hello, I would be happy to talk to you about your situation and your plans.
I can prepare a market analysis on your home, I am a native of Greenville and have
30 years of experience in the real estate industry and know Greenville like my own
backyard. I can help walk you through the process and get you moving toward
your new home.
Please give me a call.
864-294-9100 ext 204 or email me at scrane7361@gmail.com
Sara Crane
BIC,CRS,GRI,CBR
Crane Real Estate
106 Whitsett Street
Downtown Historical District
Greenville, S.C. 29601
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Fri Dec 21, 2012
Aris R Mendez answered:
Hi Pooh : ),

Yes the HOA can place a lean in your home but it's cost effective not to specially if the home is under a distress status. If you have reached a Foreclosure status do a big favor to yourself and do not allow yourself to be foreclose on, your bank will allow the property to be short sale halting the foreclosure process and saving them tons of money. There may be an incentive for you as well, call me I can help, 've done numerous short sales. Thank you.

"Your Greenville SC Short Sale & Foreclosure Home Specialist"

Aris Mendez REALTOR®
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Thu Aug 16, 2012
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Thu Aug 16, 2012
Denise Leigh answered:
Hi There! I'm the Market Manager & Buyer Agent Specialist for Delco Realty Group in Greenville, SC. If you are in need of assistance in your home search (or) would like to begin looking at homes in the Greenville area, please don't hesitate to call me. You can reach me @ (864) 444-9342 . Thanks and look forward to hearing from you soon!
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Sun Aug 5, 2012
Rick Stroud answered:
Hi Tiffany....sorry to hear you are facing a challenging situation. This isnt legal advise....but I would definitely consider discussing the situation with the Association (face to face if possible), they may not understand your current challenges and might be willing to work something out with you. And as Sheri said below, I would also talk to an attorney before committing to or taking any legal steps. If you dont have an attorney to turn to, I would highly recommend Kevin Brady with Guest and Brady, LLC. Kevin is extremely knowledgeable and specializes in real estate, so he should be able to give you some direction. Feel free to mention that I said for you to contact him. If he cant help, Im sure he would be able to give you a name of someone that could.

Dont hesitate to contact me if I can do anything to help you.

Rick
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Thu May 24, 2012
Nima Buva answered:
My fellow agent is right here. This is "Attorney" level question. You, all home owners should get together and approach real estate attorney. They do provide free advice. Let me know if I can be of any assistance to you ... more
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Mon Apr 16, 2012
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Fri Jan 27, 2012
Judy Nolin answered:
Hi, I actually listed a short sale once that had a tenant already living there. It was a mess for the Seller. He lost it in the end to foreclosure simply because it didn't show well with the tenants in there. Agents didn't want to show it either. So, lesson learned. Is the rental income worth losing the house to foreclosure. No!
If you need a rental or lease purchase, contact me with your criteria. We have a property management dept. in our office. Would be glad to help. Call me 864-201-4022 or email at www.judynolin@gmail.com
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Mon Sep 26, 2011
Candace Boatwright answered:
Nikki, The HOA can only put a lien on the property. That lien will be satisfied at some point when the house is transferred to a new owner after the foreclosure. I agree with consulting an attorney. That is always the best bet! Good luck. ... more
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Fri Jul 22, 2011
Cj answered:
Answer to Mack's question.

This first started out as a simple dispute of past due common charges from past property manager.
I wrote a dispute to current property manger and he agreed with me and said $460.oo should be waived.
When he presented this to condo board they said they would only waive $248.00 and gave no reason for
their decision. The board is not directly involved in collecting fees and assessments and hva no direct involvement. After many letters back and forth. I got letter stating if I did not pay by Sept 30 the Board wanted me to turn over account to attorney. I relied on this because got no where with Board or property manger and felt attorney as an officer of the court he would inform board they had to waive total amount.
this amounts to theft But attorney did not contact me for 4 months fees and late charges keep growing
Attorney did not respond with customary demand letter befiore commencing lawsuit he commenced an
action in bankruptcy court (relief from stay but bankruptcy was discharged in 2008 this is 2011.

My feeling the property manger had the duty to the Board and all unit owners to contact attorney immediately after date passed and attorney should have acted within 30 days with demand letter before
commencing legal action not wait 4 months.
This should have been resolved in October 2010 without any legal action not with added charges.
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