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Fri Sep 4, 2015
Trinzmas04 answered:
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Fri Jun 5, 2015
Annie Bliss answered:
Hello, I am a licensed Realtor, working primarily in Stockton, San Joaquin County, and neighboring counties. I am a member of a Real Estate Investment group in Stockton. That means I understand how investors think and what information they need. Its not just access to the MLS, is it?

Annie Bliss, CalBRE #00950848
Annie@BlissRealtor.com
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Thu Aug 7, 2014
JMALT56 answered:
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Fri May 3, 2013
Ron Thomas answered:
This is really on your Agent:
He has two avenues that he can pursue:
He should have already consulted with his Broker; I'm assuming that he hasn't.
He could also talk to the CAR Legal Hot Line: He should know that too.
You could also have your Attorney draft a "letter"; everyone hates to get a "letter" from an Attorney: This may cost a couple hundred, but probably worth it.
What is the wording on your PURCHASE AGREEMENT concerning remedies and solutions?
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Wed Apr 3, 2013
genebeley answered:
I don't know why everyone is sending you to Santa Cruz and San Francisco, when we have the fabulous California Delta river beaches just a short 15 minute boat ride from such marinas as Village West Marina that is one mile off the Interstate 5 freeway... just take BENJAMIN HOLT offramp and go west one mile to Village West Marina, which also has two wonderful waterfront restaurants... Bob's at the Marina with a sidewalk cafe to watch the action of boats going in and out of the docks and bikini babes in the summer! What more could you want? Garlic Brothers is a more upscale pasta and pizza restaurant with a bar and outdoor patio to watch the boats and is across from the yacht club. There are many other local marinas where you can get a map of the Delta, or order a map on the DELTA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE website. ... more
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Thu Dec 10, 2009
Bob Movin-On answered:
I have to say "wow" to the fact that the last answer stated 3 weeks to sale date, here in Connecticut sale dates are out at least 3 and I have seen at times 6 months because the courts have so many foreclosures to deal with.
Unfortunately you are at the mercy of the foreclosure, if whom ever takes over the property after the foreclosure proceeding wants you out, you are out, they have no obligation to notify you but most will. Most of the time the bank takes the property and they would love to have a tenant living in the place, it keeps the place up while they are doing their thing. Banks can take from 18 to 24 months before they move the property. Keep a watchful eye on what is going on so you are prepared. Good Luck Bob
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Fri Sep 18, 2009
The Hagley Group answered:
With a notice of default, your landlord is still the owner and has the right to collect rent. In fact, they may coillect rent up until the trustees sale, when they no longer own the home. ... more
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Mon Jun 16, 2008
Don Tepper answered:
Deep River is correct. It's not true that you can stay in a foreclosed home and not pay rent.

You have a valid lease with the property owner. The owner remains the owner until the house is foreclosed upon. If the owner is abiding by the terms of the lease (providing you a place to live, with all the terms and conditions attached to it), then you are obligated to pay rent. ... more
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Fri May 2, 2008
Pat Holkesvig answered:
Hi Sara

This is happening more and more. I am working with a couple that is on there third rental. Before you move into your next rental check the tax records to determine when the landlord purchased the property and verify they are not behind on payments. Call me if you would like to disucss. ... more
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