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Foreclosure in Jacksonville : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Feb 22, 2017
Dorie Gamble answered:
I bought a HUD forecloser last summer. It sat for 3 years before being offered up for sale. There was no rhyme or reason for it to take that long.
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Tue Feb 14, 2017
Jonathan Klurfeld, Esq. answered:
It's a 1099C, not 1095, and the lender sends it to you (or may not). It is not something you can just get online or something. It is much to your benefit if they elect not to send you one as that is possibly tens of thousands of extra income to you and will bump you to a much higher tax bracket paying more in taxes.

Disclaimer: I am a Florida attorney and licensed Realtor. Information posted or made available on or through this site is not intended as legal advice or to create an attorney-client relationship between you and any attorney/our firm until officially retained. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation since every case is different and not all information is relayed in an online question.
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Fri Feb 3, 2017
Marsha2u2 asked:
However I was only given 2 weeks to move . The original sale was postponed but was sold a week ago.Wells Fargo is owner can I ask for cfk? and How?
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Sat Dec 10, 2016
Shelen51 answered:
how do I find who holds the deed to the house I want to purches
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Fri Nov 18, 2016
Mdt answered:
I won 4 property preservation companies and will be more than happy to share info with you.
Please give me a call at 310-483-5990

Marc
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Tue Aug 2, 2016
NH asked:
I am interested in the foreclosure auction process, and wondering if anyone can shed some light on a lenders motives for hanging on to an empty foreclosed property for years? When it is…
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Mon Aug 1, 2016
Andy Wood answered:
There are renovation refinance options out there...I don't know if that is a possibility for you or not. You could also sell it and let the new owner use a renovation loan to make all the repairs if you feel it won't pass inspection. You should weigh all of your options before foreclosure...I have seen people handcuffed by foreclosures for years and I always advise to look at every angle first.

Please let me know if I can help. I have been doing renovation financing for 24 years and if we can make it work or I can help you with an alternative I would be happy to help.

Best of luck to you,

Andy Wood
Titan Home Lending
727-410-9663
awood@titanhl.com
www.titanhl.com
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Sun Feb 21, 2016
Sally Grenier answered:
Your best bet is to contact a local Realtor. If you're looking at a foreclosure listing here on Trulia, you should make sure it says "FOR SALE". There are a lot of fake listings that say "Foreclosure" or "Pre-Foreclosure" and they aren't necessarily for sale. Any and ALL foreclosures will be listed with a REALTOR and will appear in your local MLS.

Before you contact an agent, make sure you're pre-approved, or have proof of funds if you're paying cash.
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Thu Jan 14, 2016
Antonjohn asked:
What's the process like to buy a foreclosure from or threw Lee county florida's gov website.
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Mon Dec 14, 2015
Jeri Patrick answered:
I would contact the agent that has it listed or a local real estate agent to help you with this home. Best of luck
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Fri Dec 11, 2015
Aladayllc answered:
One issue I have not seen discussed is the Ordermills...there has been mention of a few SGP being the worst of the worst in the industry...
This is not A easy industry to break into as you need about 35,000 in equipment, another $200 or so per employee for training and education programs you will need for the services you are going to agree to perform with a Back Charge clause that allows for back charging two years down the road. In addition you will need about 3-4k for insurance, contracts for hazardous material disposal, another 1-2k for supplies...air fresheners...locks...pad locks...cleaning supplies, Personal Protection Equipment for your employees...
After you do all this then you'll be able to perform many of the services illegally that are demanded of you....

I developed a Business 101 package for this specifically for this industry. The package includes videos and spread sheets specifically designed to help the New Entrepreneur get started in the industry.
I also publish a watch list about companies that commit fraud and theft .

If you'd like a clearer picture of the Property Preservation Industry go to www.aladayllc.com or www.foreclosurepedia.org

That is where you'll find the Rest of the Story.....
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Mon Nov 9, 2015
VA Mortgage Hub answered:
For sure, as long as the home meets HUD standards in regards to condition.

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Fri Sep 11, 2015
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