Risa Liebster, RealtorÂ®
Realtor, Green Building Professional
Coldwell Banker Coastal Alliance
If you don't want to bid at the auction date, you can buy it before heading to auction as short sale or afterwards as an bank's REO. One of the main parts in buying a foreclosed home is how you are going to buy it, all cash or financed.
Distressed bank REO's are more likely to work with an all cash buyer or with a large down payment than a low down payment financed buyer. If you are newbie to this venture, I would highly suggest to get yourself educated about it, then look for an experienced buyer's agent to work with.
Tip: If no one bids at the trustee's sale date, the lender takes title and send it to their reo department for clearing, evicting occupants, and listing with a broker. That particular listing broker could be one of your source to buy it before heading to the MLS. (I probably giving you too much info here : )
Let me know how I can help you in Greater L.A.
(213) 375- 8741
But let me advise you that what I think you are looking for is a good deal. So don't restrict yourself. Find a good Agent (I suggest Shannon Chang 626-319-8545) and work with her/him to find you the best deal.
I specialize in Buying and SellingÂ properties in Los Angeles (all areas and surrounding cities) if you serious about purchasing yourÂ property and need a professional assistance - I'll be happy to help you!
Please let me know what you looking for :
How many bedrooms/bathrooms?
Size ( how many SQF)?
Your price range/Maximum you willing to pay?
Are you planning on buying cash or finance?
Please contact me anytime!
Free Consultation 424-777-9377
Help with any Real Estate Transaction Buy & Sell!
Thank you for your time.
Should you have any questions - please feel free to call me Toll Free: 1-855-TRUST-55 (1-855-878-7855) Â ext. 777.
PresidentÂ - Realtor
- Trust Sale Realty -
Residential & Commercial Real Estate
Toll Free: 1-855-TRUST-55
Toll Free: 1-855-878-7855
If you're interested in purchasing in the L.A. area, I work in many different areas and would be glad to help.
Would love to be in Big Bear right now!
20 Years of Sales and Service
Prudential California Realty
The Banks only want to deal with Realtors; they do not want to lose a transaction once it gets into Escrow.
A Buyer's Agent costs you nothing; they are paid out of Escrow, by the Seller.
You will the advice and protection that a Realtor provides.
Good luck and may God bless