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Thu Nov 14, 2013
Kathryn Fales answered:
The HOA in the Vineyards is $180 per year--very low.
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Fri May 3, 2013
Michael Diaz answered:
I am from the mortgage side. You can usually go the agents site and get access to MLS info. Each project has different HOA fees but depending on which area you are looking to buy they might also h ave an additional HOA like Southern Highlands. If you need any help with anything else dont hesitate to contact me.

Michael R Diaz NMLS 380048
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Tue Apr 30, 2013
Bill Eckler answered:
There are degrees of difficulty with these types of transactions and yes multiple loan situations can cause problems but they can also work out and go to closing. Every situation is different and comes with its own set of challenges.

One of the most important ingredients for a successful "short sale" is how the owner has approached this. It they are taking the advice of an attorney that specializes in these transactions there is a much higher percentage for success than with those that are wandering their way through the process.

Prior to seriously considering making an offer, I would recommend finding out where the owner is in the SS process. Have they filed the paperwork? Are the working with an attorney? Are the two loans held by the same lender? Is the primary lender showing a willingness to work with the owner? Is there a legitimate hardship involved?

In short...more difficult? Possibly......impossible, not in the least!

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Fri Apr 26, 2013
Michael Diaz answered:
I am from the mortgage side. The market is nuts right now. Usually the houses are going about 10% above asking and fast. One thing that has given my clients an edge is that we actual are able to do a underwriting approval with a TBD property. When the seller sees you have an underwriting approval and can close in 21 days versus just pre-approval letters many times you will get the acceptance.
We changed our policy because of how the market is going.
If you have any questions don't hesitate to contact me.
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Tue Apr 9, 2013
Fernando Avila answered:
YES. 1273 Dean Ct is still for sale. I is listed at $119,900. The home is presently occupied by a tenant that has six months left on their lease. There is an additional home in the park that is also available.

Feel free to call or email me if you would like additional information or help with your purchase.
Fernando Avila
Broker / Salesman
Keller Williams Southern Nevada
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