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Foreclosure in Saint Petersburg : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Sep 7, 2017
Briangreenwood14 answered:
Live in rome ny and wondering if you have any houses that need to be kept plowed out for winter , I'm fully insured and willing to add any to my houses and commercial property';s that I have already. Please let me know thank you ... more
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Thu Jul 27, 2017
Robert Eanell answered:
Well I think you are about 3 years to late in entering this market space and you may find it difficult to find foreclosure properties at this time. You will be competing against a large number of investors all competing for fewer and fewer properties. In all of Pinellas County, with a population of about 1 million people there are a total of 83 REO/Bank Owned properties available. Most of these homes sell for above asking...but not all. The one's that stay on the market usually are not worth purchasing because of the expense of renovating relative to what the property can then sell for. Most agents will not work in this market space with investors any longer because the competition is so intense for these properties. ... more
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Sat Oct 1, 2016
Cindi Williams asked:
please contact me at cindicwilliams@aol.com

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Sat Sep 10, 2016
Norman Dayan asked:
This house is not in default plz correct asap
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Mon May 2, 2016
June Buerkle answered:
If you bought it from an HOA foreclosure auction .... the outstanding HOA debts should have been taken from the purchase price .

If anyone other than the HOA was auctioning the property, you will be required to pay/settle the HOA liens outside of the purchase. ... more
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Tue Mar 17, 2015
Budd Morris answered:
Find a good Real Estate agent in your area to help
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Wed Feb 25, 2015
Caleb Hart answered:
How much time and effort are you going to put into the lawn care. Are you going to use a top notch fertilizer and is your equipment expensive to run? There are a lot of variables that come into play. I would see if you could give some people some quotes and seeing their reactions to them. http://www.valentinolawncare.net/services ... more
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Fri Feb 7, 2014
Annette Lawrence answered:
When this property has new owners is it unknown what their intent for the property may be. Your current landlord is giving you a 'heads up' regarding future uncertainty. At this point you have the option of moving now on your own timeline or possibly at the mandate of the new owner or the bank who may want the property vacant.-------------You can make the decisions that will effect your life or let others make those decisions for you. Which do you prefer? ... more
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Wed Dec 12, 2012
C S answered:
You charge an arm and a leg!

Factor in labor to get it from where it's at and onto your trailer, disposal fees, gas, insurances, labor costs, as well as other business expenses such as phone... don't forget a profit.

www.junkremovalstartup.com
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Thu Aug 9, 2012
streetstunts answered:
with a great idea, some equipment, license, insurance, and bid your work super cheap to get started. as you get more work, charge a little more
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Fri Jul 20, 2012
Loretta Buckner answered:
All foreclosure prodceedings are a matter of public record, and can be researched in the civil court records of the county of the property. As long as you have a lease, you are protected from being evicted should the property be auctioned.

In fact, I am beginning to see some bank contracts which include clauses for investor purchase of occupied foreclosed homes--that was a new one on me!
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Fri Jun 17, 2011
Gerard Carney answered:
Unfortunately Mcgruff, the bank has a number of ways of coming back at you and many ways to ruin your credit without ever going back in front of a judge! You are not out of the rough as long as the bank holds a lien on the home or property! What excuse did the Judge deem as a deal breaker for granting the foreclosure to the bank? This one judgement will determine what kind of attack the bank will do next. You can be sure the bank will exhaust every possible effort before giving up! ... more
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Mon Apr 18, 2011
Real Estate Software answered:
I think this can help you. For more info Foreclosure Defense visit http://www.foreclosuredefensepro.com/ or For Forensic Loan Audit visit http://www.forensicloansoftware.com/
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Mon Mar 7, 2011
Liane Jamason answered:
Paula's response was right on. Keep up trying to settle this with your lender/investor - sometimes they'll let you work out a re-payment plan. Congrats on your new employment! ... more
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Wed Feb 23, 2011
Kim Beiningen answered:
One of the best defense lawyers around is: Anderson and Brodersen. They will "flyspeck" your documents and assist you with your foreclosure defense. Call Tom Brodersen, Attorney at Law at 727.363.6100 ... more
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Mon Feb 14, 2011
Brian McGreevy answered:
I agree with Jim. Don't enter a rental stuation in this market without the assistance of a qualified rental management company or agent who focuses on rentals. A bad rental situation could cost time, money and emotional stress. The old addage, "if it is too good to be true...it probably is" should be taken seriously.

My company, Sarasota Home Realty helps connect renters and landlords. We know the market. If we can help, just give us a call.

BRIAN A. MCGREEVY
Broker/Owner, REALTOR, MBA, GRI, RRS, ABR, AHWD
2007, 2008, 2009 & 2010 Best in Client Satisfaction
Five Star Award Winner
Sarasota Home Realty
2100 Constitution Boulevard
Sarasota, FL 34231

Website: www.SarasotaHomeRealty.com
E-mail: SarasotaReal@gmail.com
Phone: (941) 544-6763 FAX: (941) 866-7588
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Sun Feb 13, 2011
Liane Jamason answered:
We have some great foreclosure searches on our website! Here are the links:

http://www.lianejamason.com/search-foreclosures/ - Foreclosures throughout Tampa Bay
http://www.lianejamason.com/search-short-sales/ - Short Sales (pre-foreclosure) throughout Tampa Bay
http://www.lianejamason.com/search-luxury-foreclosures/ - Luxury Foreclosures in Tampa Bay

Liane M. Jamason, Realtor
Jamason & Associates
KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY
cell: 813.486.4997 | fax: 813.856.3488
Search Tampa Bay Homes: http://www.LianeJamason.com
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