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Foreclosure in Moorpark : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Dec 21, 2013
Jennifer Weston answered:
That's just a starting offer at an auction. If you pull up the comparables in the neighborhood it's more around $300k. If you haven't had experience with auctions you should go to one before investing. ... more
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Thu Nov 14, 2013
Jennifer Weston answered:
Hi Jasper,

Is there anything else I can answer for you?

Jennifer
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Thu Nov 7, 2013
Jennifer Weston answered:
The best way is to work with a local realtor for the area your interested in. Not only do they have access to the MLS but they may be knowledgable of other great properties that are not yet listed. ... more
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Fri Jun 10, 2011
Barry Shapiro answered:
I always make a point of advising my short sale sellers what to expect, moving forward. I ask them to email of fax me any items mailed or hand-delivered to them while they are in 30-60-90 day late, and especially after the NOD is filed. Typically, they understand why we encourage this dialogue, and soon learn that they are gettting barraged my both legitimate offers -- and sometimes not-so-legitimate offers from unscrupulous entities. The new MARS compliance requirement should cut back on this activity. I have seen a plethora of these marginal and outright scams, many of them look like they actually are generated from their lender or an official governmental agency. Great point of discussion, Sabrina! ... more
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Sun Jan 16, 2011
Chris B. Johnson answered:
Also try http://reopro.ning.com/ wbsite, free membership with an extensive list of companies.
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