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Foreclosure in Kansas : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Jun 17, 2017
Jason Bruns asked:
Mon Jun 12, 2017
Mary answered:

Thank you for reaching out regarding the erroneous foreclosure status on this property page. I apologize we have false foreclosure information listed on our home details page. This data is provided to us from Zillow foreclosures and we currently do not have the ability to edit or remove the information that they are sending us.

Please be advised that the Foreclosure status of your property on Trulia has been already removed and I created a new ticket request to Zillow Consumer Care to remove the Foreclosure status of the property on their site.

Thank you for using Trulia!

Consumer Care Advocate
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Thu Oct 13, 2016
Bobbiejo1938 asked:
I might also be interested in foreclosures and I would sell my house and buy but I HAVE to be in the country where I can have animals.
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Fri Aug 19, 2016
Sb3.shannon asked:
reo i did everything i could to find out what i can do to purchase this house it had been on and off the market for i think 150 days but after i did all the investigating it was back on…
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Thu May 12, 2016
Cartycrystal asked:
I asked a question over a week ago and can't find it
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Wed May 4, 2016
Cartycrystal asked:
The owners never told us in the 9 months we lived here that the house was being foreclosed. The bank bought it back so what do we do and how long do we have to move or can we buy it. How…
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Wed Oct 28, 2015
Amelia Robinette answered:
Call your lender and talk to them about working this out. Most lenders prefer to work things out rather than foreclose.
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Tue Jul 21, 2015
Diane Christner answered:
Why would you want to assume payments on a home that is pre-foreclosure? Generally pre-foreclosure properties are worth less than the balance owed (mortgage, late fees, attorney fees, etc), which is why the current owners are not selling outright and paying off what is owed.

Plus, assuming payments does not equate to conveying title/ownership of the property. You could end up making a number of payments on behalf of the current owner and the property could still end up being foreclosed upon by the bank.

Before you do anything, please take any agreements you are about to sign to an attorney for review and get the full picture as to what can happen afterwards should you assume payments.
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Wed Jul 8, 2015
Anna M Brocco answered:
Don't sign up, rather work with an agent who can provide free information; be mindful that RealtyTrac's data may not always be accurate and oftentimes can be misleading--you could be looking at lis pendens properties--notice of default--some of those properties may not be for sale yet, and some may never be, if the default is satisfied by the owner. ... more
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Tue Jun 9, 2015
Mgif195 asked:
Wed Jun 3, 2015
Pam Joseph answered:
4243 Lee Lane, Blaine, WA

3920 sq ft fully finished with 5 bedroom & 2.75 baths on .45 acres.
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Fri May 8, 2015
RonS answered:
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Mon Feb 23, 2015
My NC Homes Team answered:
Absolutely not. and you're compounding mistakes. Under no circumstances should you be looking at foreclosures or thinking rent to won as both are among the worst real estate moves any buyer can make. I'm attaching articles on both and encourage you to read them and stop dreaming about foreclosures or rent to own as both will be nightmares should you actually get involved with either.
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Fri Feb 20, 2015
AF Farha answered:
To get the best interest rate on a commercial loan, a buyer would have to make a downpayment of 20% of the sale price. Nevertheless, depending on the borrower's credit, a down payment could generally be as low as 5%. The amount of down payment and other terms required on FHA and VA loans are more flexible. On an FHA loan right now, 3.5% is acceptable. ... more
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Tue Nov 25, 2014
Christopher Pagli answered:
Typically the foreclosure process begins in many states after 2-4 months of not paying. if you are paying then you should be ok, they will just impose late fees.
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