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Foreclosure in Colorado : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Jun 23, 2017
Olivas.nava.171 asked:
Fri Jun 23, 2017
Olivas.nava.171 asked:
Fri Jun 23, 2017
Olivas.nava.171 asked:
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Sat Jun 3, 2017
Autumnpainters asked:
Tue May 30, 2017
Qa answered:
You can look at the county public trustee site to see if the property is in foreclosure

I did a quick look and did not see that unit listed on the public trustee website (but 747 WEST 96TH AVENUE #3-10 THORNTON, CO 80260 was listed a past foreclosure).

Even if there is no filed foreclosure it is possible there is a distressed sale. You could ask your landlord why she is selling and if the new owners would consider honoring the lease.

Regarding your options, you really would need to talk to an attorney (at your expense or perhaps find free legal resources) and look at the specifics of your situation and lease.

The author make no claims, promises or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, suitability or adequacy of the information or analysis contained herein. Everything contained herein should be considered a preliminary draft, and potentially flawed personal opinion, which comes without warranties. You are advised consult with legal and tax professions at your own expense before acting.

I am associated with Good Funds Lending, LLC ( a Colorado hard money lender, that does NOT provide owner occupied loans and could not help you to purchase a home to live in, but we wish you the best of luck, whether you stay, find a new property to lease or buy.
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Thu May 25, 2017
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Wed May 10, 2017
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Thu Mar 30, 2017
Clover asked:
When I look on what questions posted, the first three I attempted with detailed questions, did not post. Anyway, to my follow-up questions I looked further on the site and found a discussion…
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Fri Feb 24, 2017
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Wed Dec 7, 2016
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Mon Sep 26, 2016
Karen Peyton answered:
Echoing the sentiments of my comrades...This doesn't sound right at all. Contact the agent's broker and explain what happened.
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Mon Sep 19, 2016
Sally Grenier answered:
This home isn't necessarily for sale. FYI -- Trulia isn't a real estate company, but rather a big database of info. They pull property info from local MLSs (homes for sale), public records, etc. The foreclosure listings here are really just properties that might be in the early stages of foreclosure. Once that is complete, it will be either bought at auction by an investor (cash) or the bank. Then...many months later the investor or bank will list it for sale with a Realtor. If you're serious about buying a home, you should hire a Realtor as you Buyer's Agent. He/she can search the MLS for all available homes for sale that fit your search criteria. Good luck! ... more
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Sat Aug 6, 2016
Donaldtrump42 answered:
When a would-be buyer pays for an appraisal of the seller's home, and then decides to walk away from the deal, why can't the subsequent would-be buyer simply leverage that STILL-VALID appraisal, if it was within the expiry period, instead of each and every would-be buyer paying for redundant appraisals? This is just one more scam of the real estate industry. ... more
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