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Foreclosure in Century Village : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Oct 18, 2016
Jen answered:
I have a unit that is for rent that accepts a small dog. if you have two dogs, that would be on a case-by-case basis. The condo is a 1/1 that has been completed renovated. New bath and kitchen, interior and closet doors, New electric and plumbing, open floor plan, kitchen cabinets to the ceiling for extra storage. All new energy efficient appliances including two A/C units, fridge with ice maker, smooth top range, built in microwave, dishwasher, garbage disposal. Beautiful view from rear screened in porch. Friendly neighbors in a great building ... more
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Mon Apr 4, 2016
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Wed Jan 29, 2014
Kurt Denmon answered:
My email is:, I will answer any question you have about this property.
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Wed Jan 29, 2014
Kurt Denmon answered:
Yes, for sale or rent, which ever comes first
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Tue Jan 28, 2014
Majda Naanaa answered:
I would be happy to look it up for you. Just send me the address. My email address is I can also be reached at 561-846-0499. Regards!
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Mon Jan 6, 2014
David Harrelson answered:

Each association has its own set of rules in Century Village. Give me a call to discuss the particulars of your situation and I can assist you in locating a suitable building.

David Harrelson, Broker
Palm Beach Realty Group, LLC
580 Village Boulevard, Suite 150
West Palm Beach, FL 33409
561.594.4000 Office Line, Ext. 101
561.414.7630 Direct
561.594.5000 Fax
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Fri Dec 20, 2013
Michelle Moody answered:
My contact information is as follows:

Michelle Moody
J.C. Realtors

I will be happy to help with your real estate needs.
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Thu May 30, 2013
marc jablon answered:
If you are looking to purchase one foreclosed home in West Palm Beach, then you will need to speak to a West Palm Beach real estate agent and tell your agent what kind of home you are looking for.

If there is a foreclosed home that matches what you have in mind, your West Palm Beach realtor will be happy to show it to you. But you should be aware that most foreclosed homes (also known as REOs) end up being purchased for cash for investors.

If you are planning to use a mortgage to fund your purchase, your chances of being able to purchase a foreclosed property are relatively slim.

Unless you ask your real estate agent to search for FannieMae homesteps properties. Those homes ask for bids from purchasers who are not investors to be delivered within the first 15 days that they are on the market.

That means the bank will consider bids that are backed by a mortgage. However, your offer will be one bid out of many and you will not know what the other bids are.

So look at the home carefully, decide what kind of work it may need, what it's worth to you, and then make the highest bid you can, based on market value. Because if you're purchasing with a mortgage, there will be an appraisal involved.

As for how long the process may take, that is a guess. It could take 30 days, it could take 60 days, or it could take longer.

If you're in a hurry and you have a deadline by which you must move, foreclosures are not for you. Also, be prepared to be disappointed most of the time.

Consider looking for a home still controlled by an owner. You'll have a response to your bid in 48 hours and you can typically close within 45-60 days.

Marc Jablon, The Jablon Team
RE/MAX Complete Solutions
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