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Historic District : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Jan 3, 2014
Michael Nolen answered:
Short Sales and Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure are basically the same process. The only difference is a Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure does not have a buyer.

Most lenders [or servicer] require that a homeowner attempt to sell the property for at least 90 days before considering a deed in lieu of foreclosure.

Deed in Lieu of Foreclosures have many advantages and disadvantages. They are complex and require careful planning. In an agreement with your lender [or servicer] a deed in lieu may have different language that they will report to the credit bureau. typically, lenders [and servicer] report "Settled for less than the full amount owed' other times, "deed transferred in lieu of foreclosure." Negotiation of credit language can help, but most lenders [and servicer] are unable to change the language in their agreements.

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Fri Aug 23, 2013
Kenneth "Kenny" Bebensee answered:

This should help you out.
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Mon May 6, 2013
Get-smart answered:
You definately are not silly to think you can have a quick and hassle free because those types of transactions do happen if everything pre-approved beforehand. Investors with the means can purchase your house no problems in 2 weeks. Plus investors know investors so there is a whole different network that is more effective. ... more
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Mon Dec 10, 2012
pete13 answered:
I'm sorry. My question should have been what are the monthly cost of home owner association fees and what do they include. Some of your listings detail what they cover as you have detailed. The fees vary and include electrical and cable in some and not others. This descriptions allows us to narrow down searches therefore not wasting your time.

Thank you for your prompt responses.

Pete Sulik
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Thu Jan 5, 2012
Sandy Maltese answered:
This question was posed in 2009 but the historic District is timeless so I will answer it today since you are reading this now. The Historic District spans several neighborhoods including The State Thomas neighborhood of Uptown Dallas, Downtown Dallas, Swiss Avenue, M Streets, Lakewood, East Dallas, Highland Park, University Park and Bryan area to name a few. All are highly desireable neighborhoods to Urban Dwellers. They boast Industrial Lofts downtown, Prairie Style homes, the Texas Ranch Style,Colonial Revivals, Craftsmans, Foursquares, and a wealth of Spanish Mediterranean and Tudor houses. These neighborhoods have kept their value and most rentals lease quickly! Now is a good time to invest in Bryan Area especially. Low interest rates and low home pricing makes it a great time to buy. But, also Downtown Dallas has been forecast to grow 500% by the year 2030. You do the math, then call me and let's get started.
Sandy Maltese
Dallas Urban Realtor
DFW Urban Realty, LLC
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Tue Aug 30, 2011
Linda Lorenzo answered:
As mentioned elsewhere it is a little early to start looking and even though there are some good buys right now, we have all certainly learned not to predict the market very far in advance. It is a good idea to rent until you are more familiar with where you want to be, but just know that will probably tie you up for 12 months lease. Good luck in your future move and welcome to Texas. ... more
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Wed Nov 11, 2009
Carlos Caballero asked:
Email me your information and i will provide you all the information regarding the property. You get me the tenants i will give you $1000.
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