I would like to see one of the homes because I'm interested in buying one. I am a first time buyer. Please asa

Asked by Michelle, Stockton, CA Thu Jan 15, 2009

This question is about this property: http://www.trulia.com/foreclosure/2002376848--American-Farms…

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Rocky G.H. H…, Agent, Ripon, CA
Thu Jan 15, 2009
Hi Michelle,

Currently, these are the homes available on American Farms in Lathrop. Foreclosure prices do show up on Trulia. However, they come back on the market after the foreclosure is complete. Below you will find the current prices on American Farms and I believe it might be 380 American Farms you are referring to.

340 American Farms Ave Lathrop 1653 0.090ac $149,900
380 American Farms Ave Lathrop 2,591 0.100ac $199,900
312 American Farms Ave Lathrop 2,350 0.090ac $204,900

For more information on first time home buying visit: http://www.teamhawrysz.com/Buying_Process.html

Rocky G.H. Hawrysz
Broker Associate, Realtor, e-Pro
Prudential California Realty
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adam Dalton, Agent, Turlock, CA
Thu Jan 15, 2009
Hi Michelle,

Steve is right on this one. This home could very likely pop up for sale in the near future, for now it has probably not found its way to a listing agent yet. However, there are 9 homes in that particular neighborhood available right now for sale ranging in price from $149,900 - $205,000. If that is within your pre-approved price range and is of interest to you, let me know and I can get something set up for you.

Good luck,
Adam Dalton, Century 21 M&M
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Steven Ornel…, Agent, Fremont, CA
Thu Jan 15, 2009
Hi Michelle, it’s very common to be misled by RealtyTrac - see it here on Trulia just about every day. RealtyTrac is not a listing service. They post notices of foreclosure and default pulled from public records. Their postings are very misleading. This property is not on the market yet, and when it is put up for sale it will very likely be listed on the MLS, not on RealtyTrac.

As far as buying, I would make a formal pre-approval your first step (not a pre-qualification, see:. http://www.Steven-Anthony.com/default.aspx?pp=39377 for the difference between the two)

Best, Steve
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