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Foreclosure in Littleton : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Jul 10, 2017
Wapallas asked:
I am the original owner of this property, and we are not nor ever have been in foreclosure. Could you please change the status of this listing? Regards, Wayne Pallas (
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Thu Mar 30, 2017
Clover asked:
When I look on what questions posted, the first three I attempted with detailed questions, did not post. Anyway, to my follow-up questions I looked further on the site and found a discussion…
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Fri Apr 11, 2014
Jan Baer answered:
In Colorado, it is 3 years typically, please check with your FHA Mortgage lender. Good Luck!
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Thu Jan 10, 2013
Meir Aloni answered:
Nowadays, the HOA will (many times) foreclose on you before the lender will.....So yes, pay your HOA dues.

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Sun Dec 27, 2009
Dallas Texas answered:
Why are you leasing your home with negative cash flow?

Have you contacted lender determine if you can adjust your mortgage or a forebearance which could have less of monthly payment till your husband returns to work?

Have you thought about relocating where both of you can be employed ? Texas has a healthy job market many are moving in this area.

Do you realize if you have home foreclosed on what expenses are lease a home? Double, triple or more in deposits OR declined due to foreclosure.

Have you conferred with CPA for any tax write offs of leasing a home in negative cash flow?

Foreclosure will damage credit for years, you won't obtain credit for years, Look long term vs. short term

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Wed Dec 2, 2009
Mark Snyder answered:
I must agree with Brian that no one should intentionally foreclose to get out of a committment they knowingly made.
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