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Home Buying in 92101 : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Jul 18, 2016
Maricris A answered:
Hello,

The data is provided to us from Zillow foreclosures. If you want to know all the information regarding the foreclosure property, you may check the county record where the property is part of.

For future reference, you can feel free to contact us about this type of inquiry through our contact form here:

http://www.trulia.com/help/ask/


Regards,

Maricris
Consumer Care Advocate
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Mon Dec 28, 2015
Michael Mangat answered:
Hi Cindy,

Thank you so much for your response. I've just based the rent price on Zillow, which is around that price.it includes all appliances and furniture as well. You think I should still adjust the price? Thanks. ... more
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Sun Dec 27, 2015
John Reeves - YOUR HOME SOLD GUARANTEED answered:
Sun Mar 1, 2015
John Reeves - YOUR HOME SOLD GUARANTEED answered:
Both site is useful .. you can search and post your listings , you can do some searching for available homes .. so for us or me i choose both even though we usually post our adds on Trulia and Zillow but still craigslist is good .. ... more
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Sun Feb 22, 2015
David Rudd / Kindred RE answered:
Best place is working with a good agent. This is part of their jobs and most good agents would be happy to provide for you.

Best of luck,

David Rudd
Kindred Real Estate / KW
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Sat Nov 8, 2014
nuklear answered:
Buy gold or silver to give to your agent. The government doesn't recognize gold and silver as legal tender, so there you go.
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Tue Jun 10, 2014
Harold Lear answered:
Go to our website www.shortanalytics.com... We litigate short sales rather than negotiate and the outcome, 9 times out of 10 the lenders will settle with us... you may still have to sale your home but there is a good chance you will get a settlement and all the negative items removed from your credit report that pertain to the mortgage... Were local in San Diego or just call me...858-945-1047 ... more
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Thu Jan 30, 2014
Nancy Bergman answered:
The listing agent should be aware that your listing is coming up to expire. It his/her duty to get in touch with you to discuss your next option. I wouldn't wait around for the agent. It seems like she either has too much on her/his plate or "its just another listing".According the the listing agreement, once it expired, its over. You can resign a new listing agreement, or take it off the market. Find someone who will keep you updated and communicates with you. I only take on five clients at a time, so I can spend time with the needs of all my clients whether a buyer or seller.
Nancy Bergman
Realtor - Cal BRE #01893550
Cell (858) 617-9449
Email - nbergman1@live.com
website - www.sandiegohomesbynancy.com
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Tue Jan 28, 2014
Maxine Anderson answered:
First of all it is the Agents duty to do all their own paperwork. A TC is fantastic to have but it is not a buyer or sellers obligation to pay this fee. If the agent wants you to pay this the agent would have had you sign a paper stating you would pay this fee. I personally pay my TC all fees and never burden the buyer or seller with this. A TC is never 1,600.00 OMG! Normal is 375.00 to 450.00 per side.

I hope this has helped you. Report them to the DRE!
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Tue Jan 28, 2014
John Juarez answered:
If you listing contract has expired you need do nothing except ask the agent why you are being troubled with this detail. Is it because the agent wants to provide cover for his/her error? If the agent is uncooperative, speak to the agent’s broker. ... more
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Sat Nov 9, 2013
Bradley Neumann answered:
Yes you can and we can help. For mortgage help, call or email for a free pre-approval in less than 10 minutes. We lend our own money and are licensed in 49 states.

We can do: FHA, Conventional, USDA, VA, HARP, Interest Only, Home Equity, Fixed, and Variable. Find out which product is right for you by calling Brad at (855) 415-5626.

Brad Neumann
Sr. Loan Officer
Crosscountry Mortgage Inc.
Toll Free: (855) 415-5626 ext. 5734
Email: bneumann@myccmortgage.com
NMLS# 948036
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Sat Nov 9, 2013
Bradley Neumann answered:
I love San Diego but you can't go wrong. For mortgage help, call or email for a free pre-approval in less than 10 minutes. We lend our own money and are licensed in 49 states.

We can do: FHA, Conventional, USDA, VA, HARP, Interest Only, Home Equity, Fixed, and Variable. Find out which product is right for you by calling Brad at (855) 415-5626.

Brad Neumann
Sr. Loan Officer
Crosscountry Mortgage Inc.
Toll Free: (855) 415-5626 ext. 5734
Email: bneumann@myccmortgage.com
NMLS# 948036
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Thu Jun 13, 2013
Kari Shea answered:
Nice job Royce...we were curious...
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Tue Jul 17, 2012
Sheyenne Schultz answered:
That depends.... hmmmm. In a short sale...if you can talk to the listing agent in the beginning and convince them that submitting an offer to the bank AT LIST PRICE or OVER LIST PRICE is the deadliest thing they can do....and get them to submit a LOWER OFFER which is what really needs to be done...then a short sale would be good....just beware that there is no guarantee of the outcome and be ready to wait out the approval period.
It all depends on the negotiator in a short sale. If the listing agent is a savvy negotiator then great..if the buyer agent is a savvy negotiator and the listing agent will allow the buyer agent to do the negotiations..then awesome! It's whoever is a better and more experienced negotiator.
In a bank owned home...once it is listed on the mls or market..the bank wants the price it is listed at or higher. They really won't entertain low ball offers. It all depends on if the property is priced right to begin with.... if it is..then it will go in a few days with multiple offers..if it is too high, then it will sit and sit and sit..and this could be a good time..when the bank is not getting offers anymore, yet they have not lowered the price yet...to come in with a realistic offer at a price it really needs to be at...and this is when you usually get lucky and can get it at a lower price.... Hope this helps...
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Tue Jul 17, 2012
Bianca Romani answered:
My suggestion: Do not use Zillow Zestimates and DO use a qualified Real Estate agent. We are all prevy to the same information...it is essential to know values in this business.
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Thu Jul 28, 2011
Constantine K. answered:
I hope you applied for a San Diego first time home buyer grant!
For those who don't know, qualified buyers can receive up to $15,000 towards closing costs.
Applications are online at:
http://sdhg.org/apply
Best of luck to all!
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Sat Jan 15, 2011
Joanna Jensen answered:
Hi Alan,

Couple questions for you.

Are you current or late.

Have you tried to modify.

I would talk to an attorney. You live in a different state and have assets.

Typically a purchase money loan only would not get a deficiency judgment. The lender gets One Action to get their money and they are choosing foreclosure.

If you have a second mortgage I may be a little concerned.

Joanna Jensen
Legal Assistant
Volo law Group
877-757-8739
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Tue Dec 28, 2010
Centermac Realty answered:
In October 2010, the Fourth District of the California Courts of Appeal dealt with similar but not identical issues but the principles it stands for are the same. If a listing agent is aware of the risk that an escrow might not close due to seller's financial difficulties, that agent has a duty to make full and complete disclosure on the state of affairs even BEFORE the escrow is opened.

It appears that all the buyers are in the same situation. I think there is enough commonality to form a class action.
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