I am looking to rent a home...are 'lis pendens" homes that can be rented?

Asked by Lisa, Voorhees, NJ Tue Apr 22, 2008

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Gregory Hort…, , 33326
Tue Apr 22, 2008
Hi Lisa,

Be aware that if you rent a "lis pendens " home and it happens that the lender forecloses on the home than you could be out your deposits. This is a growing trend in this market and I would advise to do your homework to be sure there the owner is in good financial standing. Good luck.
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Will Robles, Both Buyer And Seller, 76248
Wed Apr 30, 2008
What's the address, owners name and number? I'll call him and I could tell you. If he is in trouble than I could help him and buy his house. I'm an investor. I also wouldn't recommend moving in until you get that verified.

Will Robles
888.605.9190 ext. 1
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Don Tepper, Agent, Burke, VA
Tue Apr 22, 2008
"Lis Pendens" homes can be rented, but be careful. "Lis Pendens" means that a lien may be about to be filed on the property. It may be inconsequential or serious.
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