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Foreclosure in Pawtucket : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jul 22, 2015
Lyn Robinson answered:
Email me the information and I will look it up for you .
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Mon Apr 21, 2014
Keith Jean-Pierre answered:
There is no property attached to this question.
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Tue Oct 8, 2013
Patsy Peterson answered:
I would be interested in speaking with you to let you know what the steps are to home buying. I am an agent with Coldwell Banker and just sold a home in the area. Please contact me at 401-965-7364
Patsy Peterson
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Mon Nov 26, 2012
Andrew Wilkinson answered:
Hey sinprab,

I noticed that your question probably didn't get any responses because it's a California question posted into a Rhode Island zipcode category.

You might get more answers if you reposted your question here:

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Tue Aug 21, 2012
Lydia Smith answered:
Get in touch with RI Housing they have plans to help you deal with the bank.
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Fri Sep 30, 2011
Robert Crudale answered:
It means the sale of the home is subject to the approval of the bank that owns the loan. The property is currently not worth what the current homeowner owes. In these cases, the seller's bank must agree to sell the property for less than what the own it for. This is a very involved process that can get harder when there are multiple liens on the property. For more information on these types of sales please let me know. ... more
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Thu Feb 25, 2010
Dan Liese answered:
Dear Amuckamuck;
The first thing to look at is the listing information sheet you recieved at the time you made your offer at list price or higher. If there was no disclosure of short sale or bank approval than the seller is obligated to sell the property. Also you don't mention if you were dealing directly with the listing agent or had your own agent. Check with an attorney as you might have a good case to be the buyer of this property one way or the other. If there is anything i can do please let me know. If you are working with an agent currently then disregard this offer and i wish you the best.
Dan Liese "The Hard Working Nice Guy"
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Fri May 8, 2009
Karen Hurst answered:
If you are obtaining financing, the contract will already be contingent on that. (and should already say that), also have your lawyer read it before you sign anything. (always get your own lawyer). Secondly, good luck with the 5 day clause. Usually in Short Sales, the sellers bank dictates most of the terms. As long as you have your lawyer review before you sign, you should be okay. If there are changes to be made, your Realtor should be negotiating for you. Good Luck and hope you get it. ... more
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