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Foreclosure in Denver : Real Estate Advice

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Tue May 30, 2017
Qa answered:
You can look at the county public trustee site to see if the property is in foreclosure http://apps.adcogov.org/PTForeclosureSearch/index.aspx.

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 (https://GoodFundsLending.com) 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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Tue Aug 2, 2016
Sally Grenier answered:
FYI -- this property isn't for sale. IF it does go to foreclosure the bank will want "Fair Market Value" -- what a ready, willing and able buyer is willing to pay in this market. Keep in mind we are in a very HOT seller's market right now. Most homes are selling way above list price with multiple offers. Don't plan on getting a "deal". If you're interested in buying in the Denver metro area, I'd be happy to create a search for you in the MLS. ... more
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Tue Apr 26, 2016
McFarland answered:
Why is my property listed on your website as a foreclosure? Because my full address is listed there almost every day people are coming over to the house bothering my parents and myself, taken pictures and as far as asking if they can come in, is there a back yard, is there room to do an extension in the back of the house. Very rude people who get mad and say nasty things because we tell them to go away. The property is not foreclosed nor is it for sale. Please move it from your website, it's causing so much problems. 208 Minerva street, San Francisco, Ca 94112 - We use Nationstar to pay are monthly mortgage. I spoke with someone at Nationstar to report this problem and they said that this listening is illegal. Please take it down. http://www.trulia.com/foreclosure/3086090912-208-Minerva-St-San-Francisco-CA-94112 ... more
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Wed Apr 13, 2016
Ryan Martin answered:
Hi Pamela,

I am an agent in Denver and know the area well. My office is down the street, I am show you today if you have some availability. Need to act quick in this market. Reach out to me ASAP and we will coordinate a time that works best for you.

Look forward to speaking wth you,

Ryan Martin

Broker Associate, Colorado Home Realty (CHR)
www.ColoradoHomeRealty.com
RyanM@ColoradoHomeRealty.com
C: 720.257.9262
O: 720.981.4109
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Thu Sep 24, 2015
Dan Tabit answered:
Fadia,
Since your question is regarding Foreclosures, my best guess is that you are looking at a RealtyTrac lisitng, which probably isn't actually for sale. A local agent can research what may be found about the property, but most of these usually have only partial addresses.
RealtyTrac doesn't sell homes, they sell information which a great agent can provide for free. The value of the information is greater if you are a full time cash investor who attends foreclosure auctions. For the personal buyer, requiring a mortgage, the value is very little.
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Thu Aug 20, 2015
Stormyleena answered:
The Colorado Foreclosure Protection Act governs the business practices of "foreclosure consultants" and "equity purchasers" as defined by the statute, bans upfront fees and sets forth minimum contract requirements for agreements between homeowners and these parties. http://ForeclosureIQ.com ... more
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Wed Jul 15, 2015
Mary Picciano answered:
I would be happy to show you any property. A seller has an agent and proper protocol is to contact the listing agent. then we make an appt. and see property.
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Mon Jul 13, 2015
Briony Wilson answered:
What is the exact address of the home you're interested in seeing? I am happy to help.
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Mon Jul 6, 2015
Josh Barnett answered:
Sure you can, give the listing agent a call.
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Mon Jul 6, 2015
Kathleen Halleck asked:
Thu Nov 6, 2014
Tracy Shaffer answered:
HOA is always the loose cannon. I've had clients who have done a deed in lieu and not paid HOA dues and it became a big mess. My recommendation would be to stay current with them until the property is no longer in your name. It will save you so much headache later because it's not like a bk where everything just gets wiped out.
Good luck!
And if you decide you'd like to sell your condo before foreclosure or deed in lieu, I'd be glad to help.
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Thu Jul 24, 2014
Tara Skinner answered:
Your question is rather hard to answer with out some additional information. Do you have a picture of where it is? what other information do you have?
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Tue Jul 8, 2014
Shana Stokes answered:
I am aware of a great Church property. It is not in DTC but not very far from Cherry Creek. Here is the Link to it. http://www.trulia.com/property/3040046267-3300-E-14th-Ave-A-Denver-CO-80206 If you would like to set up a showing feel free to contact me and I will be glad to help.

Shana Stokes
Real Living CO Properties
buyahomewithshana@gmail.com
720-254-9501
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Sat Aug 31, 2013
Robert McGuire answered:
Managod,

Are you referring to an inspection or an appraisal. Either way, you need to make arrangements for the utilities to be turned on to get the information you need. An FHA appraiser will require that the utilities are on so he can appraise the property according to FHA guidelines.

Robert McGuire
Broker/Consultant
Your Castle Real Estate
http://about.me/robertmcguire33
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Mon Aug 12, 2013
Julie Bloch Burton answered:
Hi John, there is probably a better website to search for what you are looking for. If you give me a general idea ---I can give you my opinion on which website will be user friendly and fit your needs. Julie


Julie Bloch Burton - Broker Associate, Realtor®
Brixton Real Estate - http://brixtonassociates.com/
Cell Phone: 970.396.7435 | Fax: 720-306-2397
email: julieb@Brixtonmail.com
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Mon Jun 17, 2013
Jon Mann answered:
It's going to be a luxury independent living community of about 110 apartments (see: independent senior living). Here is a decent write-up on the project:

http://www.lifeoncaphill.com/index.php?option=com_content&id=1281&Itemid=6


Jon Mann
Dwell Denver Real Estate
720-989-1566
jon@dwell-denver.com
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Mon Jun 3, 2013
Fred Herman answered:
I'm sorry your having a problem, but REO properties are purchased "as is." You stated that the HOA was contacted. and they said they would review the damages. that's a very long way from a commitment to make the repairs.

The HOA only cover some items, not everything. In general everything from the walls/ceiling inward is your responsibility.
you didn't specify the source of the leak: roof, unit above yours, pipe in the ceiling???

anyway drywall is not an expensive item. Please consider that your time, efforts and aggravation to get someone else to pay to fix the ceiling for you are not worth the cost of fixing the ceiling yourself.

If you feel strongly about the HOA paying for the repair, have the ceiling fixed. Then send the bill certified to the HOA. If you don't get a response or if you get a response refusing to reimburse you, you may be able to file a claim against the HOA in small claims court. BUT CHECK WITH YOUR ATTORNEY ABOUT FILING A CLAIM IN SMALL CLAIMS.

Keep in mind that a claim filed against the HOA, while not specifically filed against any individual, may ruffle the feathers of some/all board officials and reg members as well. This is yet another reason why it my not be worth it.

good luck
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Wed May 15, 2013
Tim Klein answered:
Yes, Oliver is best, but not cheap. have your agent contact the Realtor hot line (no charge). Also, HindmanSanchez would be less costly if they're not the attorney of record for your building. ... more
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Tue May 14, 2013
Robert McGuire answered:
Clrettmann,

This is a complicated question with no standard answer that a Realtor could answer correctly or with certainty for you. We as Realtors are really not authorized to give legal advice, and expecially in a sensitive and complicated case such as this. I wish you all the best in getting this resolved.

Robert McGuire
Broker/Consultant
Your Castle Realestate
http://about.me/robertmcguire33
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