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Sun Nov 22, 2015
Nanorealtek answered:
Hope this info is helpful:

Foreclosure Information
MAR 12 2015
The lender, NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE, has taken ownership of this property through a foreclosure auction for the amount of $342,178. The lender may list it for sale as a foreclosure property in the future.

MAR 3 2015 Foreclosure auction $264,000 unpaid balance. The owner of this property was served a Notice of Sale, which led to foreclosure and the lender taking ownership. A foreclosure auction was held on 03/03/15.

Home in default. Public records indicate the owner of this property is in pre-foreclosure.
DEC 16 2005 Loan issued. A loan was issued by NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE on 12/16/05.

Foreclosure type: Non-JudicialRecorded:
Notice of Sale: 02/09/15.
Legal description: LTS 1 & 2 & TR 3A BLK 31 017G6652900005031001 003A GREENWOOD FOREST SEC 5.
Parcel number: 1044400000001

Best Regards,
Gabriel
http://www.nanorealtek.com
832-280-7492
gabriel.j@nanorealtek.com
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Mon Jan 6, 2014
Adam Scott answered:
Every management company will have different policies
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Thu May 30, 2013
Persis Behramsha answered:
Hello Jeff,

I see you posted this question in early May and don't see any answers. There is no information or link to the property you are referring to. If you are still checking on this information, let me know and I will see what I can find out.

Persis
713-294-7747
persis.realtor@gmail.com
www.har.com/persis
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Sun May 13, 2012
Nadeem Qureshi answered:
Hello Jeff,

Since this property has only been on the market for less than a month, it's unlikely the landlord will reduce the price of rent. In Houston, the rental market is very strong; year-over-year data show that rentals are up 20%.

What this means is you have 20% more renters than the previous year, hence rental prices remain higher and the owners can ofter demand more.

Let me know if you have any other questions.

Nadeem

281-795-0715
nadeem@qrealty.biz
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