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Foreclosure in Phoenix : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jun 21, 2017
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Wed Apr 26, 2017
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Tue Apr 11, 2017
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Fri Apr 7, 2017
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Sun Mar 12, 2017
Scott Godzyk answered:
It is best to go to their office, to have a pamphlet of service you offer, copy of insurance and offer free estimates. That is the best way to get you in. When called, reply fast and provide good service. Calls to agents may not work as i know i get bombarded and never hire anyone based on a sales call. ... more
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Sun Nov 27, 2016
Karen Peyton answered:
If you know the place has been empty and Wells is telling you it has not been foreclosed, suffice it to say you're likely both right! One thing has no bearing upon the other. The owner could be dropping a payment now and then, or Wells will simply get around to the foreclosure when they "feel" like it...maybe years from now. There's no rhyme or reason with regard to the "when" in the foreclosure process.

If you will buy, don't wait for it. Foreclosures don't have deep discounts anymore...forget "deep" discounts...they have no discounts when brought to market, and prices are more easily negotiated on a non-distressed property with a reasonable Seller.

Good luck!
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Tue Nov 22, 2016
All Prop Investments answered:
I have good news. We help investors like yourself. The places you mentioned have a lot of competition. we can help you find exclusive deals for the best price. Foreclosures and sheriff sales can be foundin public records. ... more
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Fri Jul 1, 2016
Phillip.dillingham answered:
As a buyer I've been waiting 4 months extended my contract once. Is their anything I can do to find out what's going on?
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Thu Apr 14, 2016
Brad Haccer answered:
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Sun Apr 3, 2016
psinnen answered:
I am interesting in buying a home that is not yet on the market. The address of the home is 1455 El Rito St. Gulf Breeze, Fl. 32563.

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Tue Aug 18, 2015
Tyeshaolga answered:
No you will not be able to get refinanced 9 months from foreclosure. Once you have twelve months you might be able to qualify for the FHA back to work refinance if you can show the foreclosure was the result of a prior 20% or greater decrease in income among other qualifying criteria.
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Mon Jun 8, 2015
Karen Peyton answered:
Sorry to hear of your loss.

The best place to find the info you need is the Maricopa County Recorder Office. I am attaching the link for your convenience. Simply enter your sister-in-law's name, hit search, and it should "pull" the foreclosure document.

Even after you have the information, I highly recommend consulting an attorney - for the probate matter, and that of the house now foreclosed.

Best of luck!
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Tue Jun 2, 2015
Jhmail00 answered:
I just had to file a fraud complaint with my credit card company.
My wife found a foreclosure listing in the local newspaper and wanted to know more. She signed up for the seven-day free trial and:
1. It wasn't listed in their database
2. Further searching showed most listings had already been sold/gone to bank-owned
3. They charged the $49.95 within 5 days. Didn't wait seven.

I called the Customer Service line to complain, the customer service agent was belligerent and threatening and refused to give me his name when I asked him to repeat it. He says they recorded the call, so it will be interesting once my bank investigates.
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Tue May 12, 2015
Karen Peyton answered:
Yes, you should pay rent. You are legally obligated to do so. You should continue to pay the same person you have always paid - until you know otherwise.
Whatever your landlord does with the rent money he collects from you is his business - not yours. He is the only person held accountable (and responsible) to the mortgage company for repayment of his loan.
He owns the property until sold or foreclosed.
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Wed Apr 15, 2015
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Tue Mar 24, 2015
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Wed Feb 11, 2015
Joseph Domino answered:
From your profile I am assuming you are a buyer. If that is the case you could make an offer on the property to keep it from going to auction, but...

First you will have to locate the owner and contract with them. Keep in mind the owner may owe more than the home is worth. If that is the case the owner cannot convey clear title and needs to arrange to settle with the creditors first. You can't just buy it because he can't sell it.

Also keep in mind that many home that are in the foreclosure process are not in the best shape so that will affect the value. You do not want to over pay.

If the home is listed with an auction company, be aware of the fees associated with this type of purchase.

I highly recommend you retain a buyers agent to help you discover the facts about the house, help you determine a real value and help you with the contract so you don't buy a pig-in-a-poke.
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Thu Nov 20, 2014
Jean-Leon Magnotto answered:
I work with a lot of investors, and have been a part of many flips. If you would like to speak about what it is you want to do in more detail, I'd be happy to help, feel free to contact me directly. Good luck ! ... more
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