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Foreclosure in Wayne : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Oct 9, 2017
Valeriejw2 answered:
Good afternoon:

My name is Valerie Wind. I'm looking for a big unique Church and or an old movie theater for my business. But I'm having no luck in finding one. We have a very different approach to a restaurant idea. I live in Norwalk, Ohio. I'm looking for a building we can rent, that is real cheap at first, then after a year we can renegotiate payment increase,
in the following towns:
Amhurst, lorain, Vermilion, Avon, North Olmsted, Norwalk, Sandusky, Huron, Milan Ohio.
If you have any that meet the description in one of the above towns please contact me at 216-767-3184.
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Thu Oct 15, 2015
Estherchinta answered:
Looking for a church building for lease or sale or rent in Iselin, Edison, New Jersey
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Tue Jul 24, 2012
Michael Huffman answered:
Try doing a google search on church properties in Wayne.
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Fri Apr 20, 2012
Michael Emery answered:
Find a real estate agent in your area that specializes in commercial real estate. The majority of real estate agents are in residential sales. You would need someone with experience in commercial real estate. ... more
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Sun Nov 20, 2011
George Conklin answered:
DO YOU MEAN PASSAIC THE CITY OR PASSAIC COUNTY? WHAT IS THE SEATING CAPACITY YOU ARE LOOKING FOR? IS PARKING OR MASS TRANSIT A CONCERN AND IFSO HOW MUCH PARKING DO YOU REQUIRE? THERE ARE MULTIPLE OTHER QUESTIONS, SO PLEASE CONTACT ME;
GEORGE "SERVICE" CONKLIN
973-248-9293 JERSEYGEORGE@AOL.COM
REALTY EXECUTIVES 973-575-6701
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Wed Oct 26, 2011
Dorene Slavitz answered:
Hi Paul,
No, Churches (special purpose property) are listed..but not on the residential MLS systems. They can be found on Costar .They are listed with Commercial Brokerages Only. I would recommend you contact a commercial agent in your area for Church listings. ... more
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Sat Apr 23, 2011
Pia answered:
Hi,

I am looking for a NY Church or school for bargaining sale in New York for my Buddhism Temple.
Kindly give me your phone number so I can discuss the issue with you.
Sincerely,

Pia
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Sun Jan 16, 2011
Kim Englishman answered:
Lenore Kasperowitz is terrific in any situation -foreclosure, short sale, or otherwise. She is located at 100 Andover Drive in Wayne, NJ (973-692-1466)
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Fri Aug 27, 2010
David Chiles answered:
Thank you for your question about a home that may be in Pre-Foreclosure listed through RealtyTrac. Please be advised that the homes listed by RealtyTrac may not be on the market and may never be foreclosed or come on the market because RealtyTrac is only a publisher of Notice of Defaults.

Notice of Defaults do not mean a house will be foreclosed and there are many reasons a Notice of Default may be filed. A Notice of Default may be filed for anything from back taxes to a delinquent mortgage and may be cured before foreclosure is final.

If you have a question about a specific property you saw advertised on their website I suggest requesting an agent contact by filling out an agent contact request form on their website so that you can see exactly why it was published by RealtyTrac
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Thu Mar 13, 2008
Mim Heisey answered:
Dear Anna,
#1 Remember that individual states have different regulations about how real estate sales are handled, and some things that are legal and acceptable in one state might not be in another.
If the bank owns the property, they can accept or refuse any offer that they receive! - just as you can when you have an item you want to sell. They are making business decisions based on what they feel is in their best interests. That being said, (in Pennsylvania) a verbal contract for the sale of real estate is legal- it just may not be enforceable. Some banks have a practice of taking the offers as they come in, and only look at one at a time, playing it out to the end before they even look at the next offer. Other institutions look at everything that comes in by a certain cut-off date, considering them all at the same time. Banks are not generally in the business of holding and paying utilities on vacant properties, and want to sell them quickly. But they also want to NOT lose money!.
Ask the agent you are working with what the rules are.
Now you need to decide if you are willing to agree to the counter offer-verbal or otherwise. Does the counter offer they are making still make financial sense to you.
Hope you make a good profitable decision!
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