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Foreclosure in 95110 : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Nov 16, 2010
Virginia Thomas answered:

Change the locks on the property first. The last headace you need is trying to remove tenants that a realtor put in the property. Do what has been stated by the agents below but also check the agent's DRE licesnse number on the website. His DRE license should be written on the documents your family has for the short sale. If the license is not active that should open up some options for you. ... more
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Tue Sep 28, 2010
Robert Lei answered:
Maybe strategic foreclosure seems like a wise move now, but we don't know whether future potential employers will frown down on job candidates who took advantage of strategic foreclosure to get bailed out from their bad purchases. ... more
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Sun Jun 6, 2010
Robert Lei answered:
As with anything, you have pros and cons, risk vs. reward.

Do you work in a profession where potential employers MIGHT look at your credit report to judge whether you are the type of person they want to employ?

If you were the HR person, what would you think of a person who is relatively well off, wealthy enough to buy a $800k home in Los Gatos, but left it for the taxpayers to bear the brunt of a condo she didn't want to pay for anymore?
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