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Foreclosure in 30115 : Real Estate Advice

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Rick Musto, Real Estate Pro in Roswell, GA
Mon Jan 21, 2013
Rick Musto answered:
That depends...as Fred wrote in his tome below, judicial states are much more complicated that non judicial states, like GA. So...I have seen folks get the move out notice as soon as 30 days after the foreclosure is completed to a few months. Depending upon who "owns" your loan, there are some programs where you can stay in the property, as a renter, for awhile longer. Check with your lender on what, if any program, you might qualify for in that regard. If you should need help in finding a rental to move to, give me a call. Good luck!

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Buckhead Home Realty
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Molly McGrory, Real Estate Pro in Watersound, FL
Tue Sep 25, 2012
Molly McGrory answered:
Buying a foreclosure is a very easy process, you need to start with an experienced buyers agent, get either qualified by a lender, we csn recommend one, or if paying cash have proof of funds. Then we will start our search, I do suggest if you are an investor that you open your search to short sales too! If you share the area of town you are looking in, I own 4 REMAX offices and I will connect you with a top notch agent. Just let me know. www.mollymcgrory.com ... more
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