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Thu Sep 28, 2017
Worldwidefunding2017 answered:
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Fri Nov 4, 2016
Maricris A answered:
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Fri Jul 1, 2016
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Tue Sep 1, 2015
Ankita asked:
I am moving from Dallas, TX to Torrance, CA first week of September. I am looking for a 1 Bedroom apartment within a commute time of 15-20 mins from Torrance.
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Thu Aug 6, 2015
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If you would like I can provide a list of rentals for you in that area. Click on my picture and send me your email and phone number.
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Sun Jul 26, 2015
Natalia Smoleeva answered:
THANK YOU FOR YOUR HALP.
IN MY SITUATION I AM VERY ALONG,I HAVE ATTORNEY ALSO THEY WORK TOGETHER WITH REALTOR.
EVERY THING AND AVERY BODY TALE MY A DEFERENT STORY REGARDING SHORT SALE.
I NEVER PROVIDE ANY DOCUMENTATION SHORT SALE REQUIRED,ALSO AFTER FERST OFFER, VERY SMALL OFFER,SHOWING IS STOPT FOR SOME REASON.
ALSO MY CONTRACT WITH REALTOR EXPIRED IN MAY,FERST OFER WAS MADE IN FEBRUARY,
SECOND OFFER WAS ACCEPTED WITH OIUT MY SIGNATURE IN LULY 15.
LOOKS LIKE AFTER 320.000 OFFER IN FEBRUARY WAS NO OFFERS ANY MORE,I UNDERSTAND NOW MY REALTOR SAY TO ANY ONE HOUSE IS SOLD????
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Sat Jan 11, 2014
Tony Warfield answered:
If you would like to give more details in what you are interested in, such as an address? Someone may be able to help you.

Tony
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Mon Nov 25, 2013
Michael Magaw answered:
There are numerous apartments on Anza, between Torrance Blvd & Del Amo. Drive down the street and write down the phone numbers you see on the signs in front. The 2 bedroom apartments will be in the 1600 - 1800 range. This is two blocks east of West HS. ... more
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Sun Sep 8, 2013
John Arendsen answered:
Personally, I would pull out of this deal as fast as you can. With no escrow you have no way of knowing if there are any liens on the MH. Additionally, how old is it? If it was built before June 15, 1976 it's a PRE HUD home and unless it's sitting in Paradise Cove in Malibu it's worthless. if you need some sound and experienced advice give me a call at 760 815-6977 or email me at onthelevel@cox.net. Something smells here. ... more
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Wed May 1, 2013
Cindy Davis answered:
This is a natural hazard report and is required for most transactions.
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Thu Feb 21, 2013
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Thu Jun 28, 2012
Stephanie Hart answered:
In CA we have short sale addendum's that state any fees paid up front by the buyer will be their own responsibility. Each state has different verbiage. All short sales involve risks. There are some local companies here in CA that state they can "save" your short sale about to go to sale. I think the best way to save the deal is to have an experienced short sale agent working the deal, from the start. Most likely the bank isn't willing to remove the right to pursue judgment (& retains the right to come after forgiven debt). If the agent couldn't't get that negotiated off the approval... the seller may not feel as though there is any benefit to short sale. A foreclosure in most cases (CA here) wipes out the right to pursue the debt. Hope things work out!



Stephanie Hart
Broker-Associate
Forecast Realty
310-918-6856
CA DRE 01338444
www.hartssellsouthbay.com
https://www.facebook.com/HartsSellSouthBayJeremyandStephanieHart
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Tue Nov 15, 2011
Eric Baskett answered:
If you included the house in the bankruptcy that should wipe out the tax as well, you should talk to your attorney about that. The only reason to do a short sale after bankruptcy is to stay in the property longer after the discharge. ... more
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Sat Aug 20, 2011
Sheyenne Schultz answered:
Casey Go to www.homefacts.com and punch in your home address and city and up will pop up all the sex offenders in your city and the approximate distance they are from you and the crimes they have committed , as well as crime statistics, rapes, robberies, burglaries, etc. It is an awesome site. Hope this helps.

Sheyenne Schultz 310-429-4170 shy@shysells.com
Real Estate Network Group
2601 Airport Drive #120
Torrance Ca 90505
Need to SELL or BUY? Just call SHY!
REO/Short Sale Specialist.
*Member of US.GOV Bank Negotiations
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Thu May 26, 2011
Robert Spinosa answered:
Bart,

Simply put, APR is the "price per pound" of the money. When you go into a grocery store and you see the 32oz. box at one price, and the 24oz. box at another, you have to look at the price per ounce to know which is the better deal.

APR strives to do that with a mortgage. If you pay $3000 to get a $300K home loan from one lender, and $5000 to get the same $300K from another, the APR would be the way that difference would be represented, even if the "note rate" is the same.

Don't worry if this isn't 100% clear. Most loan officers don't get it either. If you need help, just get in touch.

Rob Spinosa
rspinosa@rpm-mtg.com
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Sat Dec 11, 2010
Bart answered:
My question is for information purposes. I have never purchased a property using a conventional loan. Conventional loans seem to be cheaper than FHA loans, because of the upfront mortgage insurance.

I like Trulia because I can ask a question of something I don’t and get a lot of good answers.

Thanks you guys

Bart
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