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86323 : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jul 27, 2016
Scottsdalebrat1982 answered:
I live in San Tan Valley Arizona and tonight there is a 2-3 foot snake that is by our front door, the guy delivering pizza said it came up when he rang the doorbell. We had to go through the garage in order to avoid the unidentified snake. ... more
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Sat Apr 23, 2016
Brad Bergamini answered:
They are the same company what you do one will change the other.
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Sat Aug 3, 2013
Mikel M. Sitterly, Jr. answered:
Address: 2300 Arizona 69, Prescott, AZ 86301
Phone:(928) 541-8640
Hours: Saturday hours 6:00 am–9:00 pm

The Home Depot
Address: 5500 Arizona 69, Prescott Valley, AZ 86314
Phone:(928) 777-2400
Hours: Saturday hours 6:00 am–9:00 pm
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Mon Feb 6, 2012
Brad Bergamini answered:
I think we need to Chat.
You might be able to but why would you want to.. with a lease purchase you will pay more for less (usually).
Also you need to talk to an attorney about your best options on doing a short sale, deed in lieu, or Foreclosing.
I and my team have a 90% success rate in short sales.
Please let me know if you would like to chat about some options.
Best of luck,
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Wed Nov 9, 2011
Brad Bergamini answered:
I know I am too late with this answer.. I am wondering why someone just didn't give you a link like this one.
Bank owned, Short sales, HUD..
If you haven't bought yest we would love to hear from you.
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Thu Mar 25, 2010
James Wehner answered:
The answer is yes/maybe, because what is often happening is that the second is not choosing to foreclose if the first loan is higher than the home is worth. The reason being that as long as the first and second loans are with different banks, why would the second lender want to foreclose, take ownership of the the home and now be responsible for the first position loan. They will now not only lose their money from the heloc, they will lose money when they attempt to resell the home. Remember, banks are not in the business to own real estate, they want to lend money.

Please don't take this as I recommend you don't pay your heloc, I'm just pointing out what I have been seeing going on.

Please seek the professional advice of a real estate attorney and your accountant. Not paying your heloc with have a serious impact on your credit.

Good luck!
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