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Foreclosure in Auburn : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jul 1, 2015
Cindy Davis answered:
That's a tricky one. Normaly I would say that yes, you should pay your rent. Given however that the landlord won't return your calls and does have your security deposit, I too would be tempted not to pay. My major concern for you would be that the landlord either dings your credit or refuses to give you a good recommendation for your next rental. ... more
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Mon Feb 23, 2015
Jennifer Williams-Orozco answered:
Hi Karie, once you have found a property you would like it is best to consult a professional to protect your interests. Most offers are written with an EMD (small check as a good faith deposit if offer is accepted) along with either proof of funds or a letter from your lender stating that you are qualified to purchase the property. After that it is pretty easy, decide the price you would like to pay, a timeline for closing and any additional things to ask from sellers. If there is a septic tank usually buyers request pumping and inspection at sellers cost. If you are purchasing an auction or bank owned property they are not likely to grant your requests for these sort of things. If you have any additional questions feel free to call or text me at 5303443322. I am also able to do paperless transactions and have you sign online from the comfort of your own home:) ... more
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Thu Jul 1, 2010
Charity Marshall answered:
Absolutely. Looking in a certain area? Looking to flip or rent? What's the price range. I have experience working with investors & foreclosures. Contact me to chat about more details: 916.496.2696 - Placer Sierra Realty ... more
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Fri Oct 30, 2009
Truett Neathery answered:
There are plenty of good answers on this forum, all you need to do is follow their advise and not jump into something because it looks like a "good deal". Everyone on here has made good suggestions, My first step would be to meet with the loan officer at the bank where you do business, and go from there. ... more
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Tue Aug 4, 2009
Teri Andrews-Murch answered:
Here is a link that might be helpful

There are protections for tenants, but as to who you should be paying rent to, I would advise consulting legal aid. ... more
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