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Foreclosure in Turlock : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Jan 4, 2014
Rocky G.H. Hawrysz answered:
Many homes come up like this on Trulia or other websites. These are home owners that may have fallen behind on their payments. Tax records are marked as such and websites publish with (no address) discretion so that home owners are not directly impacted or disturbed. At the end of the day, there is no advantage knowing, as all banks will either bring the home to auction, market or sell as part of a portfolio package to another lender in order to obtain the highest offer from a marketplace of individuals. However, from a home owner perspective there may be an advantage, but ultimatley the loan will have to be delt with.

Let me know if you have any additional questions, with regard to Pre-Foreclosure homes.

I hope this helps,


Rocky G.H. Hawrysz
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Prudential California Realty
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Wed Nov 3, 2010
Michael F. White answered:
I have known George, the owner of EMG and have been referring clients to his firm for 15 years. He and his team do a fabulous job and I have never had a client whom I referred that was not very pleased with them.

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Sat May 29, 2010
adam Dalton answered:
Hi Jacke-

Adam Dalton @ Century 21 M&M and Associates in Turlock here. I would be happy to find out some info for you about your property in question and its specific showing instructions. What is the address of the property you are interested in? My email is below if I can be of assistance.

Adam Dalton, Century 21 M&M and Associates
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Thu Jan 7, 2010
Anonemouse answered:
IF you don't mind living in the *barrio*, you can get a *GREAT* deal. Houses on 1/2 to 1/3 acre lots that sold in 2006 for $400k are going for < $70k. That's right! More than a 75% DECREASE!

Even if you'd like to live in a nicer area, like some of the foreclosed places in gated communities in north Modesto, used to see for $400k are now going for $150k.

Keep in mind though the Central Valley is a TOILET.
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Sat Apr 4, 2009
blaison samuel answered:

Once you submit the purcahse offer from the buyer and when the bank starts the negotiation on the terms and condition, then your realtor needs to bring that point (not to follow for any money) and get it in written from them in order to close the deal. Your realtor can help you to negotiate on your behalf.

Is it already on the market and working with a realtor or just start looking for a realtor? Let me know if you need further assistance. my email:

Blaison Samuel
Certified Short Sale Specialist
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Tue Jan 15, 2008
Nino and Ami Pascolati answered:
A foreclosure is usually already listed by an agent. The banks and FSBOs need Realtors now, more than ever. Marketing and maximum exposure really make a difference in a highly competitive market like ours. Realtors affiliated with national firms leverage the multi-million dollar Internet campaigns to expose the property to the largest audience-- first time homebuyers, move-up sellers/buyers, and my favorite, smart Investors. Now is a great time to buy-in, fix-up, and hold-on for maximum return on the purchase--cash-flow AND appreciation. As T. Harv Ecker says, "Don't wait to buy real estate. Buy real estate, and wait." ... more
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