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Mon Feb 6, 2017
Lentob asked:
Mon Feb 6, 2017
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Tue Jan 3, 2017
Laure8929 answered:
If the foreclosure is a fraudulent one where evidence has been fabricated and you have woken up to the fact that the banks are given free reign to lie forge and fabricate and the judges are bought and paid for and care not if fraud upon the courts is the norm with the greedy banksters. ..then take everyrhung you can possibly take ..take the cabinets the light fixtures the toilets the windows the doors the siding and before you walk away have a demolition party in honor of the demons who run this pathetic little world. And always keep in mind that one day they will meet the True Keeper of Justice and they will rot in their conscience for 1000 years. ... more
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Thu May 19, 2016
Hiddentreasires answered:
Ok my had did a reverse mortgage about 2010. In 2012 she passed away. We stayed in the household. Paying on the taxes. Of all these years the mortgage people came out to the home . And put no trespassing. Can they do that .. Even tho we were paying on the taxes and keeping up the property. ... more
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Mon May 2, 2016
Yoiam410 asked:
I am needing additional funds to finish remodeling. The original loan was only 35,000, am needing 50,000 and the home was appraised at 250,000.00
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Mon Nov 30, 2015
Julcastelo answered:
our house forclosed and sold to the bank how long do we have to get out in ca
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Fri Aug 14, 2015
thinz answered:
I'm sorry to hear about the deal going south....You should review the following link for information on the foreclosure process in VA....Good luck Tom Hinz ... more
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Tue Jul 14, 2015
Jackson Willis answered:
I think it's important to make sure that whatever you do to remodel the home is done with the intention of making it as nice as possible. I would suggest meeting with a variety of professionals and asking them all of the questions you have. That way you can get an idea of what your best options are and you'll be able to find someone that you would like to hire for the project. Hopefully all of this helps you and you're able to get all of the help you need with this project without too much trouble.
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Sun Feb 22, 2015
Aaron B. Lewis answered:
Depends on area, rentlinx is useful
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Sat Feb 21, 2015
Kristy Horne answered:
Yes the shed is suppose to say but I would always have your agent put it in the purchase agreement so just in case the seller does not realize. Better to be safe than sorry later.
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Sat Feb 21, 2015
Kristy Horne answered:
Sometimes buyers ask for them anyway even if they are not listed. Its out of our control as agents. If its something that bugs you that much you could always counter them for a little more at list price. ... more
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Wed Feb 11, 2015
Thescribners answered:
not after the sale. It's called theft after the sale. before the sale you can bulldoze the thing but after the sale, you no longer own it.
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Fri Dec 12, 2014
Murphy Team answered:
Bottom line is that the property is not yours. Find out who owns the property and get permission before trespassing. You could get arrested if you are caught inside without permission.
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Tue Nov 18, 2014
Tristam Bielecki answered:
Start calling around local offices and set appointments to interview local brokers. I also met with agents before deciding as its good to have that perspective. You can just hat to an agent at a local open house for that so its much less formal than a broker interview. ... more
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Tue Oct 21, 2014
Liz Schmieder answered:
It is best to check with the building department in the local community as it will be a different answer from one community to the next.
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Thu May 15, 2014
Brian Kurtz answered:
If you are saying that the home went to sheriff sale and the bank instructed their rep at the sale to start the bidding low and it was not bid up significantly and thus here is now equity between the real value of the property and the redemption payoff....

The answer is that the 2nd mortgage company has no rights to it - unless you actually redeem the property. In which case the 2nd mortgage company becomes the 1st mortgage company.

If you are looking to sell the property, then you can negotiate a short sale of the 2nd mortgage. You can basically tell them to take $1,000 or you'll let the home go back to the 1st mortgage holder. They'll usually take something over nothing.
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Sat Feb 15, 2014
Michigan's Best Homes For Sale answered:
Hi Michael, Here are a couple of more things to consider if you are using price per square foot as a gauge for property values. Usually the more square feet the home has, the less $ per square foot it sells for. I hope this helps. Michael Warde ... more
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Tue Feb 11, 2014
Michigan's Best Homes For Sale answered:
Hello, Trulia is a nationwide website. They pull data multiple different ways and is it nearly imposable to stay accurate. Have your agent log in to Trulia and make the corrections or if you are trying to sell yourself give them a call. This might take some effort. ... more
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