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Agent2Agent in Chula Vista : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Dec 29, 2014
Andrew Janos answered:
Everything is still moving along well in Philadelphia.
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Mon Oct 18, 2010
Vincent Villafranca,REALTOR answered:
Thank Annette, I agree...with your post..from my experience..the open house leads have already gone through the prequal process and are just looking for a home..many of my online leads havent even spoke to a lender yet which makes much longer. Thanks for all the comments everyone. ... more
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Thu Oct 14, 2010
michele cadogan answered:
Sat Dec 6, 2008
Lance. I don;t know if Brian himself is the bilingual support you need, but I guarantee you he can get you in front of the right person.

Brian Brady

In fact, if you google Brian Brady... you will see... he is everywhere.

Good luck, and tell him Chris Brown passed his name along. =0)

Chris the implementer
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Tue Sep 16, 2008
Vicki Lloyd answered:
I would guess that the property was taken back by a lender, and they hired REDC to do the auction. REO properties have to provide certain disclosures, and depending on how the contract was written, you should have several days to review the HOA documents and if they don't meet your approval, you should be able to cancel and get your deposit back. If they refuse to return your deposit, you may have to get a lawyer, but try negotiating with them first.

With many condo associations, the dues have been delinquent for a period of time prior to the foreclosure. If there have been a lot of foreclosures, the HOA will have to increase the dues to make up for the lost money that they didn't get. I think the maximum increase is 20% without having to have an election, but that can be a lot of money!

See the legal discussion about this at the California Association of Realtors website (referenced below.)
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