Can I get more information on this property? My husband and I are very interested.

Asked by Wynnette Legaspi, Sun Jan 18, 2009

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Dorene Slavi…, Agent, Torrance, CA
Mon Jan 26, 2009
Hi Wynette,
Sky is absolutely correct. My adivce to you is to retain a good buyer agent so that you don't waste your time on property that is not, and never has been for sale.
Realtors do have listings on local REO and Foreclosures that you can see.
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Sky Minor, Agent, Los Angeles, CA
Wed Jan 21, 2009
When will someone forbid Realtytrac to peddle their misinformation to the unsuspecting public?

..And also isin't this Ed McMahon's house?
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Grant Linsco…, Agent, Los Angeles, CA
Sun Jan 18, 2009
Hello Wynette,

It seems your question was answered wonderfully below. Apparently one of the loans is in default but the value of this home is much higher than that particular note. Bel Air is a wonderful area and the most affordable streets are Beverly Glen and Roscomare as well as a few others. Roscomare is an excellent street depending on what you and your husband are looking for in a property. I have extensive knowledge of Bel Air and would be happy to assist you and your husband in finding a home.

Best Regards,

Grant Linscott
Keller Williams Realty
323.333.6222 cell
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Shel-lee Dav…, Agent, Rolling Hills Estates, CA
Sun Jan 18, 2009

If this were the selling price of the home, there would be thousands of offers made on the home. Unfortunately, what you are seeing is information from public records gathered by RealtyTrac and posted as if the property were for sale (RealtyTrac is confusing at best, downright wrong at worst).

This property is currently NOT listed for sale. The owners ARE in default on ONE of their loans. There are THREE loans outstanding on this property (one for $2.5 million, one for $500,001 and one for $150,000). The most recent listing in this neighborhood expired 11/2008 without selling. That home was listed for over $5.0 million.

Although we have seen home prices in this area come down a bit, there is nothing available for $500,000. Remember, if something looks too good to be true, it probably is. Hope that clarifies what is going on here. Many people are misled by RealtyTrac postings.

If you are truly interested in getting a good deal in this market, find an excellent real estate professional who will search not just current listings but also target market to foreclosures and/or recent purchases (2004-2007) in the areas where you are interested in buying. Good deals are out there as long as you stay realistic and persistent. Dare to Dream.

Shel-lee Davis
Real Estate Consultant
RE/MAX Palos Verdes Realty
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