what is the addrees, who do i call to make offer?

Asked by Bagby858, San Diego, CA Wed Feb 1, 2012

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Mr. Weber, , Brittany Place, Fort Worth, TX
Wed Feb 1, 2012
Hi Bagby,

I noticed no one answered your question about what the address is. The property is located at: 12674 Intermezzo Way San Diego, CA 92130-2459. I may be able to track down the seller. So give me a call at your leisure and we'll discuss a game plan.

Best Regards,

Anton Weber
888 758 9268
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Cory La Scala, Agent, San Diego, CA
Wed Feb 1, 2012
Hi there,

This house is in pre-foreclosure, so the owner has options. You can always have an agent contact the buyer and ask if they'd be interested in selling, you never know what their plans are. But, any property can be a potential sale, you just have to contact the owner.

Warm regards,
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Chris Gorno, Agent, Carlsbad, CA
Wed Feb 1, 2012
This property appears to be tenant occupied, and there is no easy way to call and make an offer on a home that is not listed for sale. I am going to guess that you are looking for foreclosures or short sales in this very desireable area of Carmel Valley...and you wouild like a great deal...is that right? I just closed escrow with a buyer who was looking in that very "HOT" pocket of Carmel Valley. We wrote many offers with multiple competing offers coming in on the homes within the 1st week on the market. You may be resisiting working with an agent at this time, but chosing a compatible, knowlegeable agent who is is willing to do some extra legwork, will save you so much time, effort and grief. An agent can streamline your search to homes that are actually available, we don't know if this one is. However if you had an agent you were working with, they could approach the owner and see if their situation is such that they want to sell. I don't believe any agent would publish the address of this home just because the owner is in default. The owner may even have equity, but is in the process of a Loan Modifiction to lower his high rate, for example, and may have no intention of selling. I did find this home on Foreclosure Radar, feel free to call or email if you have more questions! I wish you Good Luck finding the right agent to help you get a screaming deal on a Carmel Valley home.
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Gary Kent, Agent, La Jolla, CA
Wed Feb 1, 2012
Dennis gave a good answer, however just because someone is in default, doesn't mean that the home is even close to being available. If you want to search for San Diego foreclosure homes that are actively on the market (the bank owns them and wants them sold) try http://www.foreclosure-hotlist.com - We created that site for the public to search and not get so frustrated.
If your heart is set on that particular property, then meet with an experienced agent, preferably with a CDPE designation who can assist both you and the home seller through the short sale maze.
Take Care,
Gary Kent - CDPE - Certified Distressed Property Specialist
Gary Kent Team - Keller Williams Realty
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Dennis Smith, Agent, Carlsbad, CA
Wed Feb 1, 2012

This property is not currently listed for sale. It is shown here as a "pre-foreclosure" property.

I can contact the owners and help you make an offer on this property. Please be aware that this is not the "listed price" but the amount of one of the loans against the property. There may be more obligations against the home.

Dennis Smith, ABR, SRES, e-PRO, Realtor® CA DRE#00476662
CDPE - Certified Distressed Property Specialist
Web Reference:  http://SanDiegoHomes4u.com
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Lori Demirdj…, Agent, Carlsbad, CA
Wed Feb 1, 2012
You'll want to have your agent look up the property on the MLS and discuss an offer price. I'd also advise seeing the home first before offering if you haven't already.
If you have further questions give me a call. I'm happy to help.
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