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Foreclosure in 32809 : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jan 8, 2014
Jackie Core-cedeno answered:
Hello Courtey!

The only two units that are available are the following:

Unit 1204 that is a REO or Bank Owned and is listed for 229k
Unit 1011 that is a traditional sale/Owner and is listed for 299k

Please let me know if you would like more information.
thank you!
La Rosa Realty!
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Thu Sep 15, 2016
stephen webber answered:
Hi Cris

Your first step is to find and indentify an experience ethical loan officer and lender who offer all of the loan types.
Gather up information from reliable sources first. Remember you will be dealing with sales people and often loan officers will offer only the loan types offered by their lender.
At you will find an article, Consultation, Interviewing Loan Officers that will serve you well. Also a Series of articles that will guide you step by step to gather all of the information needed to effecively interview a loan officer. After you have gathered all your information you will find loan officers and real estate agents on Trulia offering their services. A very good source.
You will find you can buy much sooner than most realize.

Best of Luck, Stephen
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Wed Jan 30, 2013
Maria Cipollone answered:
Your best option will be contacting your real estate agent that help you to submitt the offer for the condo and ask all these questions. He/she can even help you with the rental process too.

Best of Luck,

Maria Cipollone

Century 21 tenace
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Wed Apr 17, 2013
Carl Head answered:

I can appreciate your concern. I am dealing with a similar situation with my own elderly mother now. Please feel free to contact me directly, and I can share with you what I know about real property, Medicaid/Medicare, etc.


Carl Head
Realty Center-Orlando
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Wed Dec 19, 2012
Mark LeMenager answered:
Sorry, not on the market. Read my blog:
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Thu Dec 20, 2012
Ron Thomas answered:
It sounds like you don't understand:
When a house comes on the Foreclosure Auction, (Trustee Sale),
The house is either sold to someone, or, the Bank (Lender) will buy it back.
There is no surplus, no Limbo, nothing left over.

If you are interested in Buying a Foreclosure, (REO), you should contact a Realtor, who will help you.
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Sun Dec 23, 2012
Danielle Sharp answered:
You aren't entitled to any surplus the bank received from foreclosure auction. The only way to foreclose on someone is for the individual to not make their payments, oftentimes for years in the state of FL since this is a judicial foreclosure state. Considering you obviously didn't make payments for at least 3 months why would you think you should receive any funds from the auction? ... more
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Sat Jun 15, 2013
Julie Rosenthal answered:
please find all listings and valuable free information at
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Fri May 3, 2013
Jonathan Schaffer answered:
I would talk with a Real Estate Lawyer to help you with this.

Good Luck,

Jon Schaffer, Property Manager/Realtor
All County Sterling Property Management

Office: 407-674-5601 Ext. 5 Fax: 407-674-5631

"The finest compliment I can receive is a referral"
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Mon Nov 26, 2012
Alan Martin answered:
talk to the assn. they will be abl to say what the fee is for. If the assn attorney had to do some work because of the short sale or foreclosure action then it is likeley that the bill will be passed to you. After all it is not fair on the other owner to have to share bills that the assn has incurred because of you. Have a look at your condo Docs too. they may help ... more
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Mon Nov 26, 2012
Antonio Vega-Pacheco answered:
No. It will slowly be allowed out so that prices will continue to go higher.
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Sat Oct 13, 2012
Mark LeMenager answered:
Sounds good, we could sure use some more inventory.

Actually of you had read the entire artcile you would have noted that a lot of the activity has been spurred by HOA's who are trying to get the process to speed up. ... more
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Fri Nov 30, 2012
Margaret Amador answered:
I had one that took just 2 weeks (end of the year motivation by lender I am sure) and the longest over 6 months. As Realtors it's essential that we have a complete package from the start but aside from that it differs from lender to lender in my experience. ... more
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Sat Nov 10, 2012
Rhonda Smith answered:
Are you looking to purchase a foreclosed home or are you having a hardship and are thinking about short selling your home prior to foreclosure? Regardless, I am happy to assist you. Please contact me at 407.494.9950 to discuss.

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Tue Sep 4, 2012
Javier Rodriguez answered:
What will happen is that you will have to move to another location. Next time you rent a property, make sure you use a Realtor to do all paperwork for your including checking if the property is in foreclosure. I purchase properties at auction with my investors and this situation happens all the time. This always happens to persons that do not use professional advice and that want to do everything themselves when they do not have the knowledge and experience.

Take my advice and contact a Realtor next time.

J Rodz
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Mon Oct 8, 2012
Ron Thomas answered:
In my experience; there is no such person.

But if there is; I am sure that they would like to see their name plastered on the biggest INTERNET REAL ESTATE site!!!!
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Mon Jul 2, 2012
Veronica Ochoa answered:
Contact me at 407 404 0336 to get into your home ASAP!

Thanks, Veronica Ochoa-Realtor
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Wed Sep 5, 2012
Carl Head answered:
Hi Karen,

Most likely you will be able to rent again after your foreclosure. As long as this is the only blemish on your credit report. You might be asked to provide an additional deposit.

I hope this is helpful. Please call or e-mail me if I can do anything for you.


Carl Head
Realty Center
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Sun Jun 17, 2012
Ron Thomas answered:
If it is up for Foreclosure;
you are helpless to do anything:
Not even a Realtor can do anything.
The only person who can intervene would be someone on the Loan.

Everyone else has to wait until it is Listed.
The Bank will not talk to you.
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Wed Jun 13, 2012
Shanna Rogers answered:
Hi James,

Most likely not. Most lenders require 2 weeks 'notice' to postpone an Auction. However, have the homeowner call their lender and check on the 'slight' chance they will postpone.

Shanna Rogers
SR Realty
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