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Home Buying in Merriam : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Jun 2, 2013
Tim Moore answered:
If it is the foreclosure process you would have to dig into the court system to find it since it is in the foreclosure process.

But why look? You can't buy it. The bank can't sell it to you because they don't own it and until it reaches the auction it is owned by the owner and only they can sell it, but you won't be able to buy it since it probably has more owed on it than it's worth and why it is in foreclosure. After the bank gets it back after the foreclosure is over then they will own it and can sell it and they will list it for sale with a Realtor and then you can buy it, not before. ... more
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Tue Mar 2, 2010
Gerard Dunn answered:
Two good answers precede mine.

I would communicate in writing that you expect these items to stay. I would let then know you see all of these items as part of your original deal.

Let them know that not leaving these items may jeopardize the sale.

Communication is always the most efficient answer to the stickiest problems.
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Tue Jun 24, 2008
Michael J. Maher answered:
No, but sounds like you may have a way to re-coup some of your earnest money deposits. E-bay or Craigs' List might be your answer. Sell that stuff and make your house payment! This is also a question for your agents. They may know somebody who can remove the materials or sell the stuff. But don't let them sell the stuff without you getting a portion of the sales! Enjoy your new home Danny! ... more
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