Hi Roberto, I am the owner of 18274 Muirland and have been rehabbing the house for the last 10 months. The house is now finished and ready to be sold. Plse call Mr Nathan White 2484642647 he is our sales agent. You can also call me +31 6 25359035. (number in Holland)
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A major risk is buying in a city you are not familiar with with no local expert to advise you.
Get a local expert. ( who invest in properties in the areas you do)
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The bank will definetley settle,however I would'nt advise YOU to settle or buy it from them,ESPECIALLY if they know you have been the one paying part of the note. NO LEVERAGE to negotiate. YOU WILL PAY MORE THEN NEEDED. I have settled a few million with lenders over the years and can advise if interested call or email
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These folks are right, you don't need a realtor to facilitate the redemption. I don't see why a realtor would have any "best interest" in the property unless you had it listed with him to sell before the foreclosure. In that case he might be entitled to some sort of commission.
The biggest thing to watch out for in my opinion would be the bankruptcy. If you are in the middle of bankruptcy and it's not discharged yet then the courts will probably have an issue with you having enough cash to pay outright for the house. That might be a question for your bankruptcy attorney. Wouldn't want to see you spend all your money only to have the bankruptcy court take the house or make you sell it to pay creditors. It's a complex situation.
I'd talk to your lawyer first then the realtor to at least hear him out.
A seller is not required to sell their home if the appraisal came in low AND you have asked them to reduce their price to the appraised value. This is unfortunate, but yes they can terminate the agreement unless you are willing to pay the negotiated sales price without concern of the appraised value. If you are willing to pay based on the original negotiated price then I don't see where the seller can back out. A real estate agent should not offer you legal advice, period! I suggest you contact an attorney so that you can be properly informed. Good Luck!!... more
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