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Foreclosure in Poway : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Mar 6, 2017
Tracie.rowell answered:
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Tue Aug 30, 2016
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the first trust deed is still a valid lien against the property. Almost all trust deeds have a due on sale clause, and could foreclose based on that.
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Wed Aug 10, 2016
Trenadjmc5888 answered:
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Mon Apr 4, 2016
Rich Reed answered:
You posted in Poway, CA 92064. You should ask in Gulf Breeze, Fl 32563.
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Wed Feb 20, 2013
David Rudd answered:
Hi there -

I have friends that used RealtyTrac years ago so they may have improved, but they ALL were truly disappointed with their services. Big promises, "easy", etc turned out to be more marketing less action.

Also, if you are looking at buying a foreclosure, look into financing first! If buying via court steps (where they are typically sold) many Counties require cash only. Also, know you are going up against people that do this as their full time job, work for corporations etc. It sounds great - but go to a few and see what it is like first.

Hope this helps!

David Rudd
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Fri Jul 29, 2011
John Arendsen answered:
Attorney, attorney, attorney! Is that all anyone can recommend? You're doing exactly what you should be doing. Keep doing it. Keep asking as many questions as you can on every open forum you can log onto. Information is knowledge and knowledge is free on the I as long as you keep fishing.

Once you've educated yourself to the point where you can have an eyeball to eyeball intellectual conversation with an attorney without feeling intimidated you're ready to move to the next level. Don't go hiring an attorney until you've done some homework first. It's money in your pocket and your attorney will only respect your knowledge vs. taking advantage of your naivete.
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Fri Nov 19, 2010
Shirley Bell answered:
Edward advice to you is to continue to pay the rent. I know of a case where the Tenant found out that his landlord was in pre foreclosure and they stop paying thier rent. the landlord took them to court and landlord won. You can call your local agent and ask them to pull a profife on property to see if there is a pre foreclosure recorded. Sometimes you lease turns into a month to month..talk with you Landlord heart to heart. Good Luck ... more
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Thu Feb 18, 2010
Brian Curry answered:
Ken,
I am a vet as well and can steer you clear of many VA pitfalls in the CA market. Property condition, closing costs, and competition from investor and hard cash dollars are making it tough on my VA buyers. Give me a call or email and I can lay out a strategy for you.

Brian Curry
Coldwell Banker
858-621-5233
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Tue Jun 2, 2009
Jackie answered:
Most banks don't care if the property being purchased is bank owned or not. What they care about is the buyers financial health and credit worthiness and of course the property needs to appraise for the sales price.

I am just closing a deal in Poway where my buyer offered $35,000 over what the property did appraise for. I was able to negotiate a price reduction with the seller to the appraised price, saving my buyer $35,000 in price which amounts to about saving $200 per month in payments.

If you’re having difficulty finding a lender that will lend on a foreclosure or need information on local foreclosed properties, feel free to contact me anytime

Jay Gedanken
Broker Associate
PineappleHut Realty
858-605-5839
jay@saveyoucash.com
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