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Foreclosure in 83815 : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Feb 22, 2013
Janet Mulcare answered:
The MLS now has an imbedded program, RPR that can help realtors find all properties that are getting ready to be foreclosed. Its an amazing informations source, great for everyone looking to cash in on the foreclosure market. Not only can I see my own city or state, but I have the entire US at my fingertips. All I need is a zipcode. ... more
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Thu May 31, 2012
Jim Paulson answered:
I was just notified of a new post to your question and was wondering if you have been able to take advantage of any of the "smokin' deals" you were hoping to.

I have seen more banks include "no assignment's clause's" lately. They even dictate the amount of earnest money and increase it if the offer is a "cash offer".

I get contacted a few times a month from investors that want to buy homes for 40-60 cents on the dollar so they could flip them. If it was really that easy, wouldn't the nearly 5,000 Realtors in the state of Idaho already be acquiring them themselves since they could make 50% not just a commission?
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Mon Oct 24, 2011
Marla McWilliams-Lopez answered:
Sorry for your loss, Purrsnikitty!

You can purchase a property for cash regardless of credit, or foreclosures in the past. As both other agents mentioned, your best bet is to find a REPUTABLE financial adviser to guide you thru the best path for you under your current circumstances.

This adviser should come highly recommended from someone close to you that has many years experience with the adviser.

Good Luck to you! :-))
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Tue Jul 26, 2011
Marla McWilliams-Lopez answered:
Idaho is a non-disclosure state (your zip is shown as 83815), and the sales amount is, therefore, not recorded. The transfer of title will be recorded. It may not have sold at all, it may have gone back to the bank.

Any local title companies customer service office should be able to give you some info...or contact me and I'd be happy to do some research on your behalf.

Public records in Kootenai County are available at

Good luck!!
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Thu Feb 3, 2011
Jim Paulson answered:
I just gave a "thumbs up" to Marla. In Idaho, sales prices are not considered "confidential" however, we are still a non-disclosure state. That is why public sites like Trulia are not as accurate for this data as going through a local Realtor.

I am surprised how many people respond to buyer/seller questions outside their market area. I typically only respond to questions in the Boise area, but occasionally search all of Idaho to keep track of questions and comments outside me immediate area.
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