You can log on to my web page ( www.homesbyallyson.com ) and put in an REO search and it is free, you also can put in a short sale or regular sale search. If you are not sure of areas and would like some help just email me with your needs and wants and price range and I can set it up for you.
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If you want to contact a person in a trulia post in response to his post. Go to the write top of his post (answer) and click on his name. If he set up his profile to receive contacts, when the box for his profile opens up, there will be a "Contact Me" in the lower right of it. Click on that and an email form will open up for you.
There are several ways in which you can determine the name of the bank holding the note or currently owning the home in which you might be interested. The first two methods are free, and the last one will require membership in a database listing service:
1. Contact any real estate agent. Realtors have access to more information on the MLS than you can access through the public portal. Sometimes the information is available as to who owns the property, and sometimes it is not. An agent can see this information on the website as we pay a special fee for access.
2. Contact the listing agent and ask. If there is a sign in front of the home, contact the listing agent. The agent will be able to tell you the name of the bank that currently owns the home.
3. Join a real estate database site, such as RealtyTrac or ForeclosureRadar. Both services use information from publicly recorded notices to display the name of the current owner, the name of the bank, the amount of the note, the address and the date of auction or foreclosure. RealtyTrac and ForeclosureRadar also both provide the name and address of the bank holding title.
Hope this helps! Good luck!
Grace Morioka, Realtor, SRES, e-Pro
Area Pro Realty
San Jose, CA
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HI, CJ THE AREA I WOULD LIKE IS EVERGREEN,EAST OR NORTHSIDE IN SAN JOSE BECAUSE OF WORK AND MY DAUGHTER GO TO EVERGREEN COLLEGE,WITH THE GAS PRICES SO HIGH I WOULD LIKE TO STAY IN THE AREA..
Go to city of San Jose website. Then to the permit section. Type in the address or parcel number. I would check both as sometimes I have found data at one spot and not another. Also if this was done many years ago it might now show up.... more