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Property Q&A in 90039 : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Mar 30, 2015
Jackson Willis answered:
This generally isn't a very difficult job to do, but you definitely want to make sure that you're getting good professional help. You wouldn't want somebody to mess up on this job, and cause too many problems to arise. I would suggest talking to neighbors, relatives, or anyone else you know that has had this done recently. That way you can get an idea from people you know and trust about who to hire, and how good the work they do is.
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Wed Jan 28, 2015
nick_pastoriza asked:
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Tue Oct 21, 2008
x answered:
Hi. Ilana

I looked up that property on the MLS and the status shows up as “withdrawn” meaning it is off the market but not because it sold. The title records say that the owner purchased this property on 05/21/1999 for $60,000. I see some activity with their loan (refinance, maybe?) but the owner’s names are the same still, today. This property was listed on 08/23/2008 and taken off the market on 09/09/2008. It was one time a “REO” (bank owned property. I know this because the MLS states that in the “legal” section of the listing. The bank looks like it may have been Wells Fargo Bank (I see their name on the tax records). If you need more info, I can contact the listing agent for you. Please let me know.

In the future, you can find out if the property is bank owned or not by having a Realtor look on the MLS for you. Legally, if the property is bank owned, the listing agent needs to state that in the legal section of the listing. If you want to find out who the bank is, the Realtor can call the listing agent and find out for you.

Yoshiko Oest
Shorewood Realtors
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