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Foreclosure in Denton : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Dec 8, 2015
Susie Kay answered:
Karen,

Which home are your referring to?
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Wed May 13, 2015
Yankeetexan2003 answered:
I am looking into selling a 3 bedroom , 2 bath 3 living area in Denton. About 1900 sq feet. My kids are graduating this summer from UNT. The house is in perfect and fully updated. I spent a lot of time looking before I bought and I had a team of professionals helping me. You will find the houses very close to the university over priced and there is a very high amount of homes with foundation problems. What price range are you in?

ps. be careful using inspectors on the foundation. I also had an experienced general contractor look as well. I think the soil must be moving in that area.
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Tue Dec 6, 2011
Dallas Texas answered:
Not lenders will not accept those types of sales offers.

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Mon Mar 28, 2011
Dallas Texas answered:
All is governed by the executed sales agreement signed. No professional can render an opinion UNLESS all documents are reviewed.

Confer with your buyers agent OR an attorney

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Thu May 20, 2010
Bruce Lynn answered:
Rarely.....but it depends on the situation. I've seen it go both ways. The banks I have worked with might consider it if you have a contract in hand from your buyer and can provide all the documentation of the sale.
Sales contract, preapproval from your buyer, etc.

If it is just a straight contingency to sell your home and it is not on the market or you don't have a buyer in hand, then this is much more difficult for a bank to consider. If you have strong non-refundable earnest money or something you can offer them again they might consider.
Here is a link to all the foreclosures I currently see in Denton if for some reason the one you have your eye on doesn't work out.
http://www.mlsfinder.com/tx_ntreis/robertbrucelynn?action=newsearchsession&property_id=11317067,11402350,11338711,11402533,11394389,11381368,11402546,11401461,11396903,11383784,11358932,11374035,11401317,11397565,11395326,11395372,11373396
If we can help you in any way, just let us know.

Bruce Lynn
Keller Williams Realty
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Wed May 5, 2010
Noregrets answered:
Oh without a doubt.. I would not put that past these people either.. Hey at least the appliances (stove / microwave) were still there.. But then ask yourself, doesn't that seem a little strange too.. Oh, forgot to mention that they took 1 light fixture and 2 medicine cabinets, a shower rod and shower head.. But no sweat, not our problem now.. They really need to get someone to help that understands how $7,000 can save you $25,000+ in the end..lol Never mind.. I know that would be asking to much of our elected folks.... ... more
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Mon Jan 7, 2008
Emily Erekuff answered:
Hi Ashley,

Trulia also has this information available. Simply click on the link below.

Best Wishes,

Emily Gibson
Customer Service Representative
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