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Foreclosure in Laurel : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Mar 14, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
You will benefit from discussing this with an attorney. You situation is very complex and requires too much personal information to make any specific recommendations for you beyond this. If you were in my area, I could set you up with a real estate attorney who does foreclosure, loan modifications, short sales and bankruptcies are part of their daily practice. They would meet and review everything and see if what options you may have. See if you can find someone with a practice like this as soon as possible. Time is not on your side and it may take some enticement to get your ex on board to help you both. A foreclosure hurts them too. ... more
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Sun Jan 30, 2011
Akil Walker answered:
Hello Anna,

First step is to contact a lender and obtain approval for financing for your potential home. Keep in mind some foreclosures will ask you to qualify thru their lender as well, even though you may use whomever you like to finance your home. I have the list of homes ready to sell. ... more
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Thu Jun 10, 2010
Barbara Q. answered:
Junebug - The squeaky wheel gets the I mentioned earlier, "politely persistent." You may want to let the Broker know that the terms of the transaction will need to be tweaked if you cannot close by June 30th and you lose the $8,000 credit. Do you have an attorney? Perhaps there should be an addendum to the original contract stating modifications to terms if the transaction does not close by June 30th.
Hang in there!
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