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Foreclosure in Dupage County : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Aug 30, 2017
Martycarrillo49 answered:
if in behind pne payment can the bank foreclosure
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Wed May 10, 2017
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Sun May 8, 2016
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Tue Aug 18, 2015
Lizadiai answered:
It all depends on the market you are in. If the market is very competitive due to a lack of inventory, you probably wouldn't get anywhere with a low ball offer on a foreclosure at this moment, but who knows! :)

First should definitely find an experienced Realtor to help you with the process. This could go one of two ways

1. They reject your offer totally.
2. They counter your offer.
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Thu Aug 13, 2015
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Sun Jun 7, 2015
Noah Seidenberg answered:
Go to the local police and make a police report. They can look into this terrible situation. Sorry for your loss.
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Sat Jan 3, 2015
Bob Brandt answered:
You could try, but sometimes they will be offered cash for keys and to leave.
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Thu Aug 21, 2014
Jeff Nobleza answered:
Every realtor who has MLS access has access to all the same information that realty trac provides.

Engage the services of a realtor to help you in your search.
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Thu May 15, 2014
Bob Brandt answered:
I can help you find a home there or close by if you want to give a call.....

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Tue May 6, 2014
Robert Adams answered:
This process varies from state to state. Make sure you are getting advice from someone that is familiar with your local process. good luck!
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Thu Apr 3, 2014
Jeff Nobleza answered:
Call lawyer Erik Miles at 312 854 8092. He has reasonable rates and is very good at helping people like you.

Jeff Nobleza
Baird & Warner
773 677 5340
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Wed Mar 5, 2014
Lester S. answered:
Oh yea, I forgot....does your buyer's attorney know about this?

Lester S.
"Lester the Lister"
RE/MAX 1st
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Thu Dec 12, 2013
Angela Skurka answered:
These are all very good points. There is no such thing as too low an offer, however, you must do your research. The banks do what they call a BPO on a foreclosed property, and will have a very good idea of what the true value of the property is in the next 30,60,90,and 120 days. It sounds to me as if they are putting the value on the land. However, a licensed buyers agent can help you determine what the true value of the property is. The first step would be to speak with a lender or a lending broker. A lending broker will help you search from the best rate and loan available for you. Also, purchasing a mobile home has different financing terms than a single family or condo home would. Mobil homes are a higher risk for a bank, so they will charge higher interest rates. Best of luck! ... more
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Sun Oct 13, 2013
Layla El Said answered:
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Mon Jul 1, 2013
Therese Smith answered:
Hi Melinda,
I am the listing agent for 417 Forest Ave. in Glen Ellyn. The lot is 50' X 95.88'. No, it not a ranch house. It is a one and a half story bungalow, located right in downtown Glen Ellyn. You can walk to the train or downtown shopping. Please let me know if you have any other questions. I will be more than happy to show you the property or help you find what you are looking for.
Thank You,
Teri Smith
United Real Estate
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Mon Jun 3, 2013
Jimish Desai answered:
Your best bet is to find a local agent in the area who has experience in foreclosures. They will have access to the MLS. A recent addition to the MLS works in conjunction with the county records to provide you with a wealth of data that will aid you in your research. ... more
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