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92585 : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Aug 25, 2015
Ruth and Perry Mistry answered:
Generally Robert, one gets an answer when one is very clear.

You are asking about what?

Over 3000 questions get asked....

Good luck.
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Mon Jun 3, 2013
Fran and Mark Redding answered:

Be sure that you are asking the right question. Buyer's closing cost vs Reserves vs cash Required to close, they are not the same thing. We have found that for our buyers cash required is most important. That is, how much cash is needed to make the transaction happen regardless of how it is allocated or if it is paid at or before closing..

Fran and Mark Redding
Prudential Fox & Roach, Realtors
1010 stony hill Road
Yardley, PA 19067
215-321-3307 Direct
215-208-7169 Cell
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Sat Oct 20, 2012
Don Tepper answered:
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Thu Oct 4, 2012
Dp2 answered:
You might be able to do a lease-option sooner, but it's probably too soon to do that right now too. Have you resolved (or are you taking steps to resolve) the issue(s) that lead to the foreclosure and bankruptcy? If not, then work on that first. ... more
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Sat Feb 11, 2012
Sabrina Simpson answered:
Your sister will probably have to initiate the short sale and you would just need to cooperate. Once you file any type of bankruptcy you may no longer qualify for a modification or short sale. When you file bankruptcy and re-affirm your loan, you are telling the lender/investor that you will make your payments as agreed to keep the home. If she hasn't filed bankruptcy, you may still have an opportunity to do a short sale and look for a new buyer. The lender/investor will probably be more flexible to the short sale since they can't go after you now, and leaving bankruptcy or foreclosure the only option for your sister which will get them zero dollars. At this point you are doing this to save your sister's credit. Seek the advice of a Real Estate Attorney. ... more
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Mon Oct 19, 2009
Don Tepper answered:
Yes. You can be forced to join. Check with a lawyer for details.
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Thu Jul 24, 2008
Cindy Vedder answered:
I'll be happy to help. Are you looking to purchase a home that is a short sale? Or are you interested in selling your home and may be faced with a short sale scenario?

Cindy Vedder, Prudential California Realty, Riverside 951.231.8439 ... more
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Wed Apr 2, 2008
Bonnie Peabody answered:
HOA's can vary, most are controlled by volunteers of the community. When the community members care and offer to help either by supporting or working on the various committees you have good results. That is not always the case. So check around before buying, you are given the financials, minutes of previous meetings etc. ... more
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