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Where can i get the necessary details of the property. How can i make a visit.?

Asked by Materials.science09, Wed Jan 9, 2013

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That property is not for sale at this time. The information you found on Trulia just says that the property might become foreclosed.

If you want to look for foreclosed or short sale properties in Mountain View take a look at:…

Keep in mind that the listed price may not be very close to an acceptable purchase price.

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Jan 25, 2013
The best answer is hire a real estate professional. Of course you can search online, online realty websites, or use published public records to find out details of a property. But a licensed real estate professional can provide you with the answers you want since they have tools, such as MLS, Reallist etc access for property information. As to visit a property, you may not do so, unless you have an appointment. And to get an appointment, you need to work with a licensed Realtor.
I am happy to provide my service to you.

Jin Chen
DRE #01360392
Resident of Mountain View since 1995
Realtor since 2003
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jan 10, 2013
Please go into Realty Trac to get details, is seems not on market (MLS Listings) yet.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jan 10, 2013
You cannot visit the property because the property is not for sale.
The link that you provided is to a posting by RealtyTrac that is really a come-on to get you to sign up for their subscription reporting service. RealtyTrac is not a real estate company. RealtyTrac does not sell houses. RealtyTrac is a reporting service. They take information from public records about foreclosures, notices of default, lis pendens and other such filings and report them to their subscribers. Information from RealtyTrac can have value for those who understand what they are getting and how to use the information but RealtyTrac postings on are abbreviated versions and are misunderstood by many who think the postings are showing properties that are for sale at very low prices.

For information on how to buy a bank owned property, check with a local Realtor who can explain the process and give you valuable assistance.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jan 10, 2013
This is probably the most asked question on Trulia.
It is not for sale. If you see a listing that says Realty Trac it means the home owner is behind in payments, but that does not mean the home is for sale. The homeowner can make up the payments that are behind, go through a loan modification, or declare bankruptcy before the bank forecloses. If the homeowner does nothing, eventually the bak will foreclose and at that point they will assign the home to a real estate agent who will then list the house on the multiple listing system for market value. If this home does ever get to the point where it is foreclosed it will not be listed anywhere near this price since the market value is significantly more. the inventory is so low in Mountain View if the bank does foreclose on a home, there is no reason for them to sell it for under market value.

Marcy Moyer
Keller Williams Realty Palo Alto
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jan 10, 2013
Hi, well you are being fooled here this is only a notice of default, which means the owner is behind on one or more loans . The price you see is the amount owed on the foreclosing loan and not the price the home will actually sell for. Please be advised that RealtyTrac and others are only trying to get you to subscribe to there service, you can easily be mislead.
Get with a realtor who can guide you properly and help you get what you want.
Feel free to contact me with any questions.
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