I will have a two bedroom, 2 bath condo near the beach in Long Beach coming up April 1st depending if that would work for you about $1700/month and it is a pet friendly building. If you are interested, please feel free to cll me t 714-296-7270 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Barbara Robbins-Olexa, Broker
BRE CAL Lic#797560
Yes it is available in the Multiple Listing Service. However this is a senior over 55 mobile home park and you have to be preapproved by management to buy and live there also. Please contact me if more information is needed or I could make an appointment to meet and possibly show.... more
I would be happy to get that information for you. I need some basic information so i can give you the
proper comps - number of bedrooms and baths, square footage, condition of property (upgraded), original condiiton, needs some work, lot size, etc. I am a La Palma resident for 30 years and 30 years in the business.
Cell: 714 393-0660
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Until and unless the home is sold at auction or becomes a REO the landlord is still the legal owner.
You still have a binding contract (rental agreement) with him/her and you should still pay your rent.
If you fail to pay your rent the landlord could evict you. Remember it can take anywhere from 90days to several months for the landlord to actually loose the home.
If the home does become a REO you will be notified by the bank and they may offer you cash for keys. This means they will pay you to move out.
If it is sold at auction the new owner will conatct you. The new owner may want to continue renting to you, or they may ask you to move within a certain time period. If you fail to move within the time period they specify, then they could evict you.
For your own piece of mind, why not just start looking for another rental. There are too many unknowns in this situation. Make sure you give proper notice if you find another place. Make sure you leave the property in good condition when you move, so you will not have any issues with your secton 8 status or give the landlord cause to hold your security deposit, or come after you for damages.
Well, you have partly good news :)
You should give your landlord the 30 days today, so that the clock starts immediately.
Section 8 guarantees the landlord their money everymonth...so with that said, the deposit isn't a major factor for these landlords. Therefore, consider negotiating the deposit down to maybe $500 and then work on a payment plan, say $250 each month after you move in (( because you'll need money to pay for moving truck, turning on utilities, etc, etc )) Maybe offer them post dated checks for the deposit ???
Again, the strongest point about Section 8 is that the landlord's money is guaranteed each month.
Hoping this helps.
Most Kindest Regards,
The Nazar Kalayji Group
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It's not a listing, it's an advertisement for a future foreclosure. The owner is behind in payments so RealtyTrac makes it look like a listing and wants you to sign up on their site for services. It's the most annoying thing on the internet right now.
Why Trulia allows these listings is beyond me because it just causes a lot of confusion. Average consumers are suppose to know what a Pre-Foreclosure is. It should say in HUGE LETTERS, THIS LISTING IS NOT CURRENTLY FOR SALE!!!!! Anytime you see the RealtyTrac logo, rediculously below market priced homes, or listings without an address, they are not for sale...yet.
To get more exact information about the trash, I would call the trash company themselves. As for the Gas and electric bill I would call them for the estimate average base rate and compare that with what you are paying.. This all goes by how much you are home and what you use, or how many appliances, computers etc. you have plugged in.. I know between me and my next door neighbor we are different. Our needs are different and the times we are home... They have day time use and I have afternoon - evening use... It is all a guestimate for Gas, electric and water.. For water if you have a patio - plants or small yard.. Trash is a set fee as well as cable.
If you are looking to buy a home your next step would be to get qualified by a lender and there are several to choose from...
Call or email for the additional information and we can talk about what you are looking for and to accomplish
Talk to you soon
Ingrid Ski Realtor