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Foreclosure in Hollywood Hills : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Mar 2, 2015
Jamie Tian answered:
Hi,

Did you have any specific questions? Feel free to contact me directly at (310) 717-1321 or email me at JamieTian@RodeoRE.com.

Best,

Jamie Tian
Rodeo Realty
(310) 717-1321
JamieTian@RodeoRE.com
www.JamieTian.com
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Wed Sep 10, 2014
Tina Yeates answered:
There currently aren't any properties for sale on Fryman in Studio City. Contact me and we could contact some of the expired or cancelled listings and see if they are still interested in selling.

Tina Yeates
323-906-7653

KW Los Feliz
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Mon Feb 4, 2013
Jamie Tian answered:
Hi Tony,

The property you are referring to is not listed for sale.

I would be happy to compile and email you a list of currently available properties that fit your needs and requirements at no cost to you.

Please feel free to contact me anytime with any real estate needs or questions.

Best Regards,

Jamie Tian
Rodeo Realty
(310) 717-1321
JamieTian@RodeoRE.com
DRE #01920120
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Tue Jan 15, 2013
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Sat Jan 12, 2013
Neal Grusky answered:
Hi Tony
Remember proof of funds statement, and pre approval letters are extremely important.
I have some amazing lenders who can help you out if you need it.


"NEAL KNOWS LOS ANGELES AREA REAL ESTATE"

Neal Grusky
DRE# 01890580
Hpremiere Properties
Real Estate and Financing
10940 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 1600,
LA, CA 90024 | Office:
(800) 394-1533
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Sun Aug 30, 2009
Shawn Kormondy answered:
GREAT! Consider making an offer on my new foreclosure listing at www.3050belden.com.
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Sun Aug 30, 2009
Shawn Kormondy answered:
Yes, I have two short sale listings on Crescent Heights for $895,000 each as well as one on 500 N orlando ave.

Call me anytime
310-432-6473
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Thu Jun 25, 2009
April Kass answered:
I agree with Grant and Joe below,

Here are some specifics in regard to what we as home inspectors run into on foreclosed properties that are special to those types of properties:

1. It's common that the services are off at the property so we show up and cannot do a full inspection because of a lack of water or gas or electricity. Be sure to verify that the services are on before the inspection to avoid wasting a visit to the site and paying for an inspector to return another day.

2. Poorly maintained and deteriorated properties are found commonly. This is usually because the previous owners had run out of money and had no choice but to allow their property to go into a state of disrepair.

3. Sabotage and vandalism to the property are found many times. It is common to find holes deliberately made in the walls, torn up carpet, damaged kitchen cabinets and appliances, broken windows, doors, etc. Additionally toilets, garbage disposals, drains and sewer lines have been found to be deliberately clogged with concrete, gravel and other debris.

4. Components have been removed from the property. Costly items such as light fixtures, appliances, toilets, cabinets, decorative tiles, water heaters, air conditioning systems and pool equipment are taken. Copper water pipes and electric wiring have been stripped out of houses, apparently to sell for scrap.

5. Houses left vacant create special issues. Faucets in sinks, tubs and showers can become clogged with rust flakes and debris restricting the flow of water. Also, the rubber washers and seals in unused faucets tend to dry out and crack, so they often leak when turned on after sitting for extended periods of time. Sewer lines can clog soon after a family moves in because the hair, debris, toilet tissue and roots in the line that normally remain soft due to the daily flow of water through the drainpipes become hard and dry from non-use which causes slow draining and clogs when they are put back into service. Mold also is a common problem found in these homes.

I hope that this gives you some insight to the type of issues that you may run into. Keep in mind, that we do not find these in every case, but they are more and more commonplace.

feel free to check out my website to find out more about LaRocca Inspections and give me a call if you have any further questions that I may be able to help you with.
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