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Foreclosure in Orlando International Airport : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jun 20, 2012
Mike Morales answered:
You need to do something about your timeshare since they can affect your credit score if you are delinquent on payments. try and find a resolution with them immediately.
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Sun Feb 26, 2012
Michael Joynt answered:
You need a real estate attorney, I don't know the details but that information should had been provided way before the closing date. Why isn't your realtor on top of this? Someone dropped the ball!
We do back to back mail aways and the normal closing all the time, they all have risk today as compared to yesturday; but it simple work if you know what the heck your doing. That's why it's important to chose the right realtor with experiance and tenacity to guide you and get the job done done! I am sorry for your trouble and sincerely wish you the best!
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Wed Sep 28, 2011
Ed Beck answered:
IF this is a foreclosure, there is no mortgage amount, because the bank owns the property and the bank doesn't have a loan on the property. The prior owner's mortgage means nothing, it is gone (along with their credit). IF this is a foreclosure, the present owners are the bank. IF this is a foreclosure, the property taxes are not outstanding, because the seller (the bank) has (likely) paid the taxes up to date and will convey the property with clear title. IF this is a foreclosure, the buyer will pay his/her closing costs. The ASKING price is determined by one or more broker price opinions performed by local realtor assigned by the bank, and usually accompanied by an appraisal. The SELLING price is determined by the highest price a ready, willing and able buyer will pay for a property. It's also the lowest price the seller of that property will accept. Lastly, the lender can sue the former owner for the deficiency of the mortgage if they wish, which would have nothing to do with you as a purchaser of the foreclosure.
If your questions were in reference to a short sale, then my answer means nothing to you. You mentioned foreclosure several times, and never mentioned short sale.
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