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Sat Jul 18, 2015
Christopher Pagli answered:
If you are getting a mortgage it will depend greatly on the lender you choose. Count on it being 30-45 days. I think you are smart by waiting until you are here to make an offer. I always work very quickly to get all documents executed on my end so that you can start the mortgage process sooner rathe then later.

Christopher Pagli
Broker
Accredited Buyer representative
Benchmark Real Estate
Portland Maine 04101

mymaineagent@gmail.com
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Thu Apr 10, 2014
Liz Walker answered:
This depends on if the inspection went well or not. If you are happy with the inspection, and you are ready to move to closing, I would say within 45 days at least. It would be best to hire a buyer's agent. ... more
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Fri May 17, 2013
lindakennethjohnson asked:
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Mon Jan 14, 2013
Terry Driscoll answered:
This property was in foreclosure. I think I remember seeing the public notice of auction - don't recall when that was to have happened. If it didn't sell at auction, the bank will list it with a broker and it will show up on the on-line real estate websites again. ... more
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Wed Apr 18, 2012
Scott Godzyk answered:
It sure IS... It is called a condex and can be a 2 unit condo association. You should have a master insurance policy that covers the common areas such as walls and roof, you get your own insurance for the interior and your belongings. You should have a maintenance agreement that states who does what and what will happen say if the roof needs to be replaced. ... more
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Thu Jul 22, 2010
Brenda Rogers answered:
You've probably already found something, but yes it's always possible to go inside the house before your bidding. You can go in with a contractor or home inspector usually prior to everyone else seeing the home. Amnet realty in Auburn Maine (talk to Janet, she's great) has a huge list of foreclosures, and williams, and williams auction company does auctions nation wide and they are online. There are tons of other realators and auction companies out there but I have had good luck with both of these.

Good Luck, make sure to get home inspections, and title insurance on any property purchased this way!
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Tue Mar 23, 2010
Cnie7777 answered:
I have 26 houses that i just obtained from a bank foreclosure list that I am looking to lease to own. What areas are you interested in??

Christy Niemeyer
cnie7777@aol.com
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