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Foreclosure in Upland : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jun 10, 2015
Jilida answered:
In most cases (99+%), bank (lenders) don't deal directly with the public. They list all of their props with a local realtor. Have a realtor in your area customize a search for you that will email you REO's as they come on the market.

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Wed Sep 5, 2012
Amerevision answered:
Assuming they want to keep their property, we may be able to help. Here is a description of what we offer:

Amerevision provides legal financing to select homeowners, investment and commercial property owners who seek to dispute the validity of their mortgage debt via the legal forum.

The services we provide optimize our clients’ likelihoods of obtaining meaningful restructurings of the terms of their mortgage loans, and/or significant principal reductions. We apply fine-tuned underwriting, structuring and management processes to client files, enabling our clients to resolve their disputes proactively, economically, and favorably.

Amerevision selects cases for funding where the subject mortgage loan is defective, fraudulent or wrongfully-originated, whether the borrower is the plaintiff or defending a foreclosure. Prior to application acceptance, we engage in a thorough analysis of a potential client’s real property and loan documentation, identifying flaws in mortgage origination, closing, servicing, securitizing and recording.

Amerevision funds litigation by paying a client’s attorney directly for services performed. Our funding is non-recourse, which means if a client is unsuccessful, we are not repaid the monies we have expended on their behalf. We are paid only if a client settles their case successfully, and our fee can be paid in manageable monthly installments.

We invest strategically in the success of our clients’ cases: our interests are entirely aligned with theirs.
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Fri Jun 22, 2012
Diana Arranaga answered:
I'm sorry you had to pay for that. Many Realtors will send you that information for free. You can search my website at and create your own search criteria. See all homes for sale or only foreclosures. This is straight from the MLS so it's current.

As for the membership - was it purchased through Trulia? You might contact them directly. What about on the list they provide? Is there some contact info .
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Fri Jun 22, 2012
Jim Olive answered:
Pinita...There are LOTS of those websites. Your best bet is to go to your credit card company and find out the company that received the payment and call them...
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Tue Aug 24, 2010
Robin Silverberg answered:
When you say your broker, do you mean a real estate broker? If you are talking about a mortgage broker, they did not "help you" find an appraisal, they ordered an appraisal through an appraisal management company, which is how it is done. Most people don't pay for an appraisal to be done when they bid on a house, because that appraisal can't be used if they want to take out a mortgage. If, on the other hand, you are paying cash, then you may want to go the route that you chose. When appraisals are done for a purchase, the appraiser now has to review the contract of sale, so they know that they are trying to reach a target number. Sometimes they come up over that, sometimes under, however the majority come out at the purchase price, so if your broker helped you make an accurate bid, there is nothing to worry about, except if the seller doesn't accept your bid, and tries to push you up. You can then say that seeing as you already know that the house won't appraise for more, you will not increase your bid. So, in this case, your broker did you a favor. ... more
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Thu Jul 24, 2008
Diane Wheatley answered:
The acceptable timeframe is 30 days no later than 60 days. Legislation just made a change in this ordinance (July 9th). This is how I undersantd it from the information I was provided. But please check with local law or code enforcement to verify this ruling. It was 30 days, then they extended it to 60 days, however, there was further discussion regarding reverting it back to 30 days. So, I'm a bit at odds for an accurate answer. for you. But that should give you a ballpark answer. I'm sorry for you. Good luck. ... more
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