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Home Selling in 32828 : Real Estate Advice

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Sat May 21, 2016
Patrick Jacques FL answered:
If priced right, it'll sell in a few hours. If not, it'll sit for weeks or months.

Did you list it yet?

407-491-4799

www.patricksellsorlando.com
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Thu Aug 13, 2015
Chris Sheedy answered:
It can take about 24 hours to be first shown on Trulia.
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Wed Apr 22, 2015
Simon Watson answered:
One way for sale by owners to show up on the Trulia listings is to
post it on a web site called FIZBER.COM, it will show up on Truila within 24-48 hours

Simon Watson
Keller Williams Realty-East Bay
(925) 286-7112
(510) 859-4773
BRE 01881304
simon@myrealtorsimon.com
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Sat Jul 19, 2014
Tanya Donohoe answered:
HI, I would like the opportunity to work tih you! Short Sale is most likely your best option and I can help. Please come by the office at Z House Realty Group, 422 S Alfaya Trail, Orlando FL 32828 and ask for Tanya Donohoe. Give me a call or text before heading over at 407-615-2863.

I work with excellent Short Sales specialists at Title Co's and one thing that's important is you check with your Lender to see if you qualify for the HAFA program. Don't let this opportunity pass by you. Get that short sale going before the end of the year. I also live in Waterford Lakes so we can meet anytime.
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Mon Sep 24, 2012
Julie Wright answered:
I have done many short sales, and they have all differed in length of time. However, I can say that the average time on the market lately has been around 3 months once the contract has been signed. Several factors play into the process including the number of mortgages, which banks are involved, how many liens are on the property, etc. It's also important that your listing agent follow up daily/weekly on the progress of the short sale. This can make a huge difference in the process!!! ... more
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Tue Nov 8, 2011
Judi Monday, CRS answered:
In simple terms it means the homeowner owes more on the house than they can sell it for--as such the lender must be willing to take less than the amount of the loan. It is the step before foreclosure. ... more
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Sat Oct 8, 2011
Glen Schwam answered:
Homes in your area are selling from 70 to 90 dollars per square foot. Condition and upgrades will determine which homes are closer to 90 per square foot.


Glen Schwam, Realtor®
Millenium Realty Group
407.739.2827
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Mon Oct 3, 2011
Mike Luzzo answered:
Ansyb,

You stated:

"The lawyer and the agent is trusted."

Therein, lies your answer. Call them.
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Tue Jun 28, 2011
Javier Rodriguez answered:
It sounds like investor do not want to sell because maybe they are better off claiming insurance, but the way we handle this is to go back to negotiator and tell him or her that seller does not have any funds to cover this debt and therefore the reason for short selling the home. We have this situation happened several times in the past and we have been able to significantly reduced the amount.

The last resort that we used is that we ask buyer to bring funds to closing or else we sell to someone that is willing to do so. When you inform a buyer that you are forced to sell to someone else, most times they bring the funds to the table.

Feel free to contact me should you have any questions.

Javier Rodríguez
HouseStar Realty Group Inc.
Real Estate Broker
Lic: BK703443
Certified SFR Short Sale and Foreclosure Resource

O: 407.429.5243 | P: 407.301.3401 | F: 407.373.0064 | eFax: 407.264.6260
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Fri Jun 3, 2011
Gerard Carney answered:
Yes you can down size at any time, is the market going to be kind, maybe not. Put you home on the market first before you get hopes of buying. Have a Realtor give your present residence a CMA, see if this amount is something you can live with, if it is not, stop, you need not put you home on the market right now. Once you decide if you want to try and sell your home at the fair market price recommended, decide what you rock bottom is for selling your home, if you get to this point, you may decide to stop and continue no further until market conditions improve. But lets say you get a CMA you can live with and list with, lets say two months later you get an offer very close to asking and also very acceptable to you. The home sells, you pay off obligations and pocket the rest, not you are off to find your new home, you will not have long before you have seen some great homes that fit your need both in looks and price! Good luck! ... more
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Tue May 24, 2011
Mike Luzzo answered:
Hello Pavs 82



You asked:
I am the seller of a short sale contract currently under review. What happens if I can't make the HOA?

Worse case scenario: The HOA can put a lien and foreclose in lieu of the mortgage.

You also said: It has been over 2 months since short sale contract was signed. Bank is still reviewing it for approval.

Through the process of short selling your property the bank (servicing lender) will have to negotiate through this default. In my experience, some banks pay 6 to 12 months of what is owed of HOA deficiencies.

Please understand, all parties, you, buyer, real estate agents, title company, HOA’s, Tax assessor office all agree to a settlement or do not agree. It all in the negotiations.

You also mentioned that: your broke: So what’s to worry. Let the short sale play out.


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Mike Luzzo


Charles Rutenberg Realty
933 Lee Road, Suite 300
Orlando, FL 32810
Office: (407) 622-2122
Cell: (407) 222-4545
Fax: 407-442-0615
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Tue May 24, 2011
Mike Luzzo answered:
Hello Gayle



You asked:
We have a contract on a condo that is a "short sale". the owner signed the contract. Now we hear that the property is for rent. Is that?
allowed?

Simple answer: YES

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Mike Luzzo
Charles Rutenberg Realty
933 Lee Road, Suite 300
Orlando, FL 32810
Office: (407) 622-2122
Cell: (407) 222-4545
Fax: 407-442-0615
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Thu Sep 17, 2009
Gay Middleton answered:
Mark,

It ended well for her. She and I spoke back in January. Cathy had an agent that worked it all out in the end. They closed and moved on. Alls well that ends well!


Gay Middleton
Realtor.
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