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Foreclosure in 93535 : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Jun 10, 2014
Jim Malmberg answered:
Sounds to me like your agent violated his/her "duty of agency". I'd file a complaint with the BRE.

Bottom line is that when an agent agrees to represent you, that agent has the duty to place your interests above his own. ... more
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Fri Jan 16, 2009
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Not your concern. None of your business. Well actually it would be nice to know. But before a restaurant serves you they should charge first (debit an amount) like they do in Europe. Or take your car in and get a free check up assuming you’ll give them the business. So they ask to see your credit first.

Do like MACY's does, extra 10% if you apply for credit. Give the owner an incentive to prove to you they are current. But again, if one landlord is current (seen this lots of times) and ready to bolt and another is down 60 and ready to bring current -how do you know the risk for each?

I do not recommend this in anyway as my comments against lenders are assertive to say the least. But equitable business dealings go both ways. It’s your obligation so pay it. But lenders cannot con you and abandon you when you’re in trouble.

Last, you’ll love this. A friend moves into a new place after the landlord gets and exotic loan (2007). He has been there since and has never ever paid any rent.

Rethink the question . . . good luck!
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