I seen this house on the internet, can you tell if this is still for sale, if so does it have a swiming pool

Asked by Albert Richards, Prince George B.C. Canada Sat Sep 27, 2008

what is the property tax on this home, I am looking for a retirement home or a couple of rentals to buy. thanks for your reply. PS Is there any other back taxes or other liens on this home, what is the condition of this house in and out, I have seen other houses with the walls riped out after the people lost them.
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Damon Bottic…, Agent, Las Vegas, NV
Sat Sep 27, 2008

The price of $40,250 is just an estimated loan balance on the loan that went into default. (My guess it would be the 2nd) Unless you are a full time, all cash, local Las Vegas investor, I don't recommend buying homes at the trustee sale (like the home you're asking about). If you're interested in buying a foreclosure home, you could look for a short sale or bank owned property which would be a much safer purchase because the back taxes and liens are cleared and you will have a due diligence period in which to conduct thorough inspections after you're in contract and before you've closed.

If you'd like a list of bank owned or short sale property in the Las Vegas area with pictures, addresses, maps, aerial views and more, visit: http://www.InvestInVegas.us
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Bill Johnson, Agent, Las Vegas, NV
Sat Sep 27, 2008
I know the area of Rome Bd. and there is no property that I know of that's for sale at this price ( $40,000 dollars) for 5 br, 3 ba, 2,890 sqft. This is either a typo or a come on. The lowest home is $220,000. For $40,000 dollars all that's available in Las Vegas (Foreclosure or no Foreclaosue) would be a 1 Br. Condo.

If I can be of help in looking for homes, give me a call.

Bill Johnson
Realty America
(702) 553-6543
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The Ballen G…, , Las Vegas, NV
Sat Sep 27, 2008
Hi Albert,

The best use for you would be to have a Realtor in Las Vegas search for income rentals - Las Vegas Real Estate for you. We have a secret "prelist" of Las Vegas foreclosures that might be perfect for you and help you avoid a bidding war. If you would like to search the Las Vegas MLS live, or have one of our agents help you, visit http://www.ballenandballen.com
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Blythe Manci…, , Las Vegas, NV
Sat Sep 27, 2008
I see 2 houses available on Rome..neither of which are $40,000. My guess is that perhaps the second or third lienhold filed a Notice of Deafult (NOD) and this is the amount owed to them. Just a guess. I am sure someone will add more to my answer.....it is difficult to answer the other questions without an exact address or parcel number.

If you would like to search specific properties (even available foreclosures) you can e-mail me at BlytheMancini@cox.net and I can set up a search within your specific parameter, no obligation and no SPAM. It may help weed out hoes that are and are not available if you are serious about buying.
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