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Wed May 11, 2016
Liza Rhima answered:
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Tue Oct 8, 2013
Jose Dias answered:
If you go to www.aaronline.com and type "Residential Lease Agreement" in the search box you will find the January 2013 version of the document.

Good luck!

Jose Dias, REALTOR
(623) 418-5700
email: jose at MyFirstHouseAZ.com
website: www.MyFirstHouseAZ.com
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Fri Aug 23, 2013
Shana Audett answered:
If you would like to discuss your options, please feel free to contact me directly.
shana@buynsellaz.com or 623-293-2837
Thank you!
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Sat Jul 27, 2013
Steve Dixon answered:
For general information about HOA's please see the attached website address for all states. http://www.homeownersassociationdirectory.com
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Tue May 31, 2011
Mike Carnes answered:
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Wed Nov 3, 2010
David Chiles answered:
Thank you for your question about purchasing a home at an auction. Please be advised that the process is different depending on what type of auction it is. Futhermore, it may not be wise to purchase a home at a county foreclosure auction becuase their may be additional liens on the property that must be paid before you can have obtain a marketable title. ... more
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Tue Nov 2, 2010
James Wehner answered:
The house is still your landlord's until the trustee sale takes place. At that point either a 3rd party or the foreclosing lender will take ownership of the home. In most cases the landlord doesn't have the funds to return the deposits nor do they usually care to return them. It's sad!

The only way that the owner will get paid any proceeds would be if the amount that the home sold for at the trustee sale was more than all of the liens against the home. The liens will be paid first and then the trustor (previous homeowner) will receive the balance. In AZ, this is rare that there are any funds remaining because most trustee sales the homes are upside down.
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Tue Nov 2, 2010
James Wehner answered:
You can view lists of foreclosed home from my website at:

http://www.jameswehner.com

You can also search for pre-foreclosure homes from the MLS link near the top of the homepage. Under special listing conditions select 'pre-foreclosure', 'short sale' to see them. You can also select which city, zip code, dwelling type, etc from the fields to view. ... more
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Tue Nov 2, 2010
James Wehner answered:
The house is still your landlord's until the trustee sale takes place. At that point either a 3rd party or the foreclosing lender will take ownership of the home. In most cases the landlord doesn't have the funds to return the deposits nor do they usually care to return them. It's sad!

The only way that the owner will get paid any proceeds would be if the amount that the home sold for at the trustee sale was more than all of the liens against the home. The liens will be paid first and then the trustor (previous homeowner) will receive the balance. In AZ, this is rare that there are any funds remaining because most trustee sales the homes are upside down.
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