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Home Selling in 92649 : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Sep 19, 2017
Nicole Fedorchek answered:
while this tactic is frown upon by most Realtors, there is nothing illegal or unethical about it.
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Fri Aug 11, 2017
Mette asked:
Hello Trulia
The home at 16622 Brigham ln, HB CA 92649 is not showing active though MLS listed and we have an open house for it this weekend, also listed. Can you update the system your…
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Mon Sep 15, 2014
Anthony Wilson answered:
Short sale is a way for home owner to avoid foreclosure on their homes and still be able to pay off their loan by settling with their lender.

Lenders vary in their requirements. Your first step should always be to contact your lender. However, most lenders require the following:

- Your payment is delinquent or is about to be. Most lenders will not work with home owners who are successfully making or can continue to make their loan payments. Each lender s policy is different, so if in doubt, check with your lender. Some will permit a short sale with no delinquency.

- You have a qualifying hardship. Examples that qualify are divorce, loss of a job, medical bills, excessive travel time to a job, etc.

- You have no other major assets. Lenders who see home owners with large bank accounts or assets are less likely to cooperate on a short sale. Retirement funds are not typically considered as an asset unless sizable.

- Note: Please PREPARE YOUR HOMEWORK CAREFULLY before you call and/or submit your documents to your lender to request for the short-sale

Please contact us if you need help - 100% of short sales get approved - at: 877-834-5678 or email your question at:

Best wishes.
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Thu Apr 10, 2014
Emily Knell answered:
Normally when you own a home 50/50 with a co-owner, at the time of sale, any & all proceeds are split down the middle, UNLESS, you had an agreement in writing with the co-owner at the time of purchase, as to how future sale proceeds would be split. Like, maybe they originally agreed to receive 20-30% of future sale proceeds.

I notice that over time, equity was taken out of the home at times of refinance, in a sense, you have recouped original down payment monies. 1/2 of the original down pymt, from what I can see amounts to about $14K.

I can create $14K in higher sale price from my property presentation & professional photography alone.

My office is in Huntington Beach, I could come by & talk to you some more about this & if you have it available, review with you, your original purchase documents.

Shoot me an email directly, if you'd like to talk about it further, I don't look back on this same Trulia posting for answers after mine or Replies beneath my answer.

Emily S. Knell
562-430-3053 c
Realtor Since--- 1996
Realty ONE Group
BRE# 01211967
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Thu Aug 15, 2013
I was just looking through old post and I noticed yours. If you were not able to refinance at the time of the post, I can certainly help you out now. You can call me at 408-352-5147 or email me at You can check us out at I will look at your situation and present you with some options.

Alex Greer
NMLS #1056079
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