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Home Selling in Hallandale : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Jun 22, 2017
thesellfastcenter answered:
Give me a call at (305) 964-8223 when you get a chance. My attorney has handled this situation for me once before. Good luck!
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Tue Jan 27, 2015
Dorina Lipovanciuc ReFloridaHomes answered:
Hello,
I live in that area and I will be happy to help you get the right property for you.
Feel free to contact me directly at:( 954) 614-4274 cell or via email Dorina@ReFloridaHomes.com
You could find my website very helpful as well: www.refloridahomes.com
Or you could also search for properties directly from my Facebook page: www.facebook.com/refloridahomes
I look forward to hear back from you. Have a great day!
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Mon Feb 25, 2013
Geraldine Dinkin answered:
Hi VIka,

As I am a SFR speciaist, I would greatly suggest you initially contact an attorney who speciallizes in Short Sale Negotiation and your tax advisor. If you are looking for the name of an excellent short sale attorney feel free to contact me at the number listed below. With the Mortgage Debt Relief Act of 2007 being extended until the end of December, 2014 as part of the Fiscal Cliff this is an excellent time to negotiate for a Short Sale with your lender. However, the attorney will do all the negotiating on your behalf and eliminate a lot of stress for you. Let's say your principal amount is $300,00 and your current market value of your home is $180,000, the deficiency amount of $120,000 could be waived by your lender. Read about the Mortgage Debt Relief Act of 2007 to learn more in depth details.

If I could assist you please feel free to contact me at: 954-632-4666.
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Tue Jul 31, 2012
Brett Gladstone, Esq. answered:
In California, where I have practiced law for 28 years, a title search is done by professionals at a title insurance company. At the close of escrow, it issues title insurance to the buyer and its lender. If it searched poorly, and you are damaged, you may make a claim against the title insurance company through your insurance. Generally, lawyers do no searches. Of course, title insurance, like all insurance, has a cost. But I have never heard a buyer object to the cost given the great benefit. ... more
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Tue Jul 31, 2012
Lila Lopez answered:
Good Morning,

Clearly as Realtors we can no provide legal advise, we can share with you how we proceed, or offer suggestions. Each transacation is handled differently depending on the circumstances. The strongest suggestions when it comes to proceeding where there is a legal contract in the works is to use the services of a real estate attorney. It is through your real estate attorney that you can provide him/her with the details of what has occured during the transaction and it it then that you will be guided on what is best in your circumstances. Good luck with handling this situation and then proceeding to entering into a contract with a buyer that is willing and able to purchase your home.

Lila Lopez
RE/MAX Advance Realty
homesbylila@yahoo.com
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Sat Nov 7, 2009
Jaime Zuluaga answered:
I work in team with a Law Firm; Last moth I received from www.equator.com a possibility to start a short sale process only with bank of america; in Direct contact with a MLO Short Sale Negotiator; feel free to contact me; ... more
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Tue Mar 24, 2009
Catherine Kim Owens answered:
I live in Hallandale Beach..been here for 10 years.

Because we are in a "declining market", and there are a lot of distressed owners and realtors, sometimes, it's difficult to get a hold of people...a zillion people calling for info re foreclosures, and realtors going out of business. Also, in this market, sometimes, realtors go out of the country fr Spring Break, etc.

On your listing, did you have a cancellation clause? usually, you can give written notice for cancellations. But, if there are cancellation fees, one cannot cancel so quickly, unless cancellation fees have to be paid.
At the commencement of listings, you should have had an idea of expectations of contact. Due to the down market, sometimes there isn't a lot of activity to report...in which case, your realtor should have discussed, perhaps, lowering the price.

In any case, I'm sorry that you have not been treated professionally. Some realtors are p/time and some are full time professionals. Let me know if I can be of further service.

Catherine Kim Owens P.A., 954-536-0648; cjkowens@aol.com
p.s. I'm also a mortgage broker.
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Tue Mar 24, 2009
Catherine Kim Owens answered:
I live at Atlantic Shores and Diplomat Parkway, thus, that unit is right around the corner from me.

I'm confused...r u looking to just get comps in that building or r u looking for a realtor to list that unit for you and you want referral?

I'm also a mortgage broker, as well, and soon to be a property mgr. I moved here fr Glenview 10 yrs ago:)

if you go to www.hammerandhammerrealtygroup.com, you can see for yourself the active listings, and short sales & reo's on the market. Or, you can email me or call. Catherine Kim Owens P.A., 954-536-0648; cjkowens@aol.com.
btw, this is a terrible time to sell, as you can imagine. Everyone is looking for foreclosures/firesales...

p.s. your name sounds really familiar to me...
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Thu Oct 9, 2008
Pauline asked:
This is a short sale, 1,000 sf condo in a resort complex, brand new AC, new
appliances, with a panaramic vu, think the bank will take $125,000
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