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Foreclosure in Plantation : Real Estate Advice

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Wed May 28, 2014
Sharon K. Welker answered:
are you still looking for a home or did you find one? if you need help in finding a bank owed home let me know. call me in office 954 236-7009 sharon k. welker
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Mon Jan 13, 2014
Jacob Edri answered:
what?


if I can help you in any part of your home buying process please feel free to contact me my information is below

Jacob Edri

Real Estate Sales Associate

Aspect Realty

1881 N. University Dr. #102

Coral Springs , FL 33071

Direct: (954) 400-9116
Email: Jake.edri@gmail.com
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Wed Nov 27, 2013
Jacques Wurms answered:
If the Tenants have a valid lease you can not kick them out for starters. If they do have a lease you need to see a copy.
Second do NOT close with the tenants in the home or they become your problem.
Third you need to be able to do a final inspection after those tenants moved out. They could have done damage to the home or stolen appliances, especially if the tenants were forced to leave.
Are you buying this with the help of a Realtor?
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Sun Sep 22, 2013
Melecia Johnson answered:
Hi Talia, Usually, in your case the bank will honor the lease terms. Unfortunately, depending on the stage of the foreclosure process. If the bank accept an offer from a potential buyer who is buying to owner occupy, you may be granted just a three extension to vacate the property.

Meleica Johnson, Realtor
www.mrjrealestate.com
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Sun Sep 22, 2013
Luz Marcella Serna answered:
Im a listing agent for that property. Let me know when you want to see it? You can contact me AT 7869858263
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Tue Sep 25, 2012
Meir Aloni answered:
Check with the listing agent' Broker to see if the offered was presented and when; IF it wasn't, why not?
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Sun Jan 16, 2011
Tigger answered:
i totally understand your situation as I am in the same boat. My contract has been in for 3 weeks after we researched everything first, not a word from the agent holding the listing. bet its the same agent!! south florida with Deutche bank. I think the agents should be held accountable some how, even if they say no or tell you give me 10k more and its yours. Wel hello would even be nice!!! ... more
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Thu Aug 20, 2009
Mark Bjorkman answered:
Since it is a AS-IS, if you do a inspection after the contract is accepted, then you can't get out of the contract if the inspector does find a problem with the house. So if the foundation is found to be bad, it needs a new roof, mold or what ever is found after the contract is accepted, your client is stuck with it. Of course your client can just not close and lose the deposit.

If your client is really interested in the house, it's better to do a inspection before handing in the contract. It kind of depends how bad your client wants the house and is willing to maybe going up to listing price.
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