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Foreclosure in White Plains : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Jun 4, 2017
Kathy Burgreen answered:
You did not include an address or a link. Nobody can help you unless we have the address.
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Mon Apr 17, 2017
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Thu Feb 16, 2017
Bernard G. answered:

I have emailed you regarding this concern.


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Sun Jan 18, 2015
Christopher Pagli answered:
Hi, what additional information would you like?

Christopher Pagli
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William Raveis Legends Realty Group
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Mon Oct 20, 2014
shanu.k answered:
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Fri Oct 12, 2012
Eaie asked:
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Mon Apr 11, 2011
Eli Givoni-Short Sale Dept LLC answered:
The best way to avoid unpaid bills from following you, is to address them. You would need to consult an attorney to see if your state is a re-course state and if the bank can go after you for the deficiency.

You can do a short sale and keep foreclosure off your credit. We would negotiate with your lender to try to get you off the hook for the deficiency. There wouldn't be any surprises. You would know where you stand when you close on this house. We are a professional short sale service and would be happy to explain the process to you. Please call us directly to discuss your specific situation. Our services are FREE to homeowners. We look forward to hearing from you.

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Sun Jan 9, 2011
Richard Herrera answered:
Hi sally

These buyers are hedge funds and private investor groups and they only buy REO AND NPN in bulk mainly from banks and lending institutions, but I also own a short sale business and do most of my business in westchester, you can check my site.
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Thu Dec 2, 2010
Donald Mituzas answered:
It seems to me that it becomes illegal when you are talking directly with the bank to convince them to accept a deal that is substantially below market value and trying to sell it at market value at the same time. I've closed short sales representing both buyers and sellers in different transactions. I've helped owners sell their property via the short sale and helped them salvage their credit rating to some degree. Hopefully when the economy and their financial situation turns around they may again become homeowners. If I were to let you handle negotiations with an owners bank then I would be ignoring my responsibility as their agent. I've also seen those who want to tie up a property and will not close until they have a buyer for the property they are purchasing. That puts the homeowner in worse shape then they started out. Sorry, I don't buy your plan. If it walks like a duck..........
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Tue Aug 24, 2010
Matt answered:
Money. Control. Those come to mind fast.

"I tried to send them what I could but they would except nothing less than the total amount due plus late charges and costs."

Too many delinquents. Banks/servicing companies don't want to deal with that. You either owe what's needed, or nothing. Again, they make money by foreclosing anyway...or if the note is sold along the way to be liquidated. Too many would pull that game..sending a little now, then nothing, then something, then nothing. Not profitable enough in the long run.

Yes, too many ARE financially illiterate. Hopefully this wakes them up a bit. Tough lesson to learn, but sometimes it takes that. It's mis-use across the board. The smarter ones walk away and break the contract, which means they give up the collateral (home) and move on.
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Fri Feb 27, 2009
Pascual Paul Tarrats answered:
You have found the best one in my book, as far as all my investors.. Look me up or come by office: 120 Bloomingdale Road Suite 101 White Plains. Call me first so I will be there. This is not a referral. My cell: 914 882-1503 Hope to hear from you. ... more
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