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Fri Aug 14, 2009
Michael L Novak answered:
Hello Mike,


The "K" a the end of the MLS# represents that the listing is currently Contingent or under contract. Is it a short sale? If you provide the MLS# I would be glad to check into it for you. Have a great weekend!

Michael Novak
(321)258-9961
Palace Properties International
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Tue May 19, 2009
P answered:
Fredrick, The county offices have lists as long as the state for taxes certificates for unpaid taxes and even liens. Also city's like Palm Bay that make it a habit of fining people up to more than the homes are worth in there misguided wisdom. Thet fine for mold on the side of the house, if the soffits are not repaired and even if you have a rusty shed that can be seen from the road. They don't even care of the man that owns the house is dying, in a home, or has been dead for 3 or more years. They just keep fining and making better excuses for them.

If you go to the Brevard County website you will be able to find tax certificates and so on available., to purchase. Now as for title information you also can fine this information from the County by gooing tot he Clerk of the Courts and Taxing site. We use the County Porperty Appraisers site to see the owners and addresses currently on file. But they may not be up to date either. Good Luck. If you need additional help give me a shout.
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Thu May 7, 2009
P answered:
Paul First of all learn how to write a sentence No 2 doesn't make sense at all. s FOR YOUR QUESTION -yES THERE ARE PEOPLE STRUGGLING ALL OVER AND ALL WALKS OF LIFE. so NOW WHAT?
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Mon Apr 20, 2009
P answered:
If you send me all the information and pictures I can put it on several web sites and see if anyone would wnat to do a 1031 exchange.
I need all the information as you would see on a Reatly listing. If y6ou would like to send me your e-mail I will send you a cpoy of homes in Staelitte Beach so you can see what I mean abouyt the information.
Alos. do you have it listed with anyone right now? If not I can put you n otuch qith a Century 21 Agent in your area and then thay can advertise it and send me the listing details.
I leave it up to you. I am here if you need help.
Send me the information to;
pdolci8332@aol.com I ay also be reached by Cell phone 24/7 321-480-2544
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Wed Apr 8, 2009
P answered:
Pam, Do you rmember what kind of stone? Did you happen to hear the name of it?
If you know the affiliate, like ABC,CBS or what ever, try and connect through them.. Oh try on the internet bar for search and put in the Property Ladder and see what comes up. I wil do it now and see.

Pete Dolci 321-480-2544
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Sat Nov 23, 2013
P answered:
Judy, I just sent you an e-mail to the e-mail above. Our Professional Porperty Management Team has over 50 years of combines property management experience. Contact them throught the e-mail address that I have sent you. If you have problems let me know immediately. ... more
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Thu Apr 9, 2015
Charlene Blevins answered:
Kay, that's a very good question, and there's no easy answer. A modern tiled walk-in will surely play better than the old standard to a large population of buyers. However, there are still some buyers who want/demand a tub. I'd have to look at the whole-house issue, and buyer pool. Is it a one-level home that would pull retirees to your home, or is your market/home better suited for younger buyers? (Retirees will want the walk-in shower large enough to put a seat in for later in their life). Know that if you take away the tub, you'll be excluding from your buyer pool those who want a master bath tub. ... more
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Wed Mar 11, 2009
Coni Otto answered:
Renting it out is a good idea because you will still have the home as an investment. Call a local realtor and find out what the houses are being rented for. If your in a military area then you should have no problems finding renters. Hopefully the rent will support your mortgage or you may have to pay part of the mortgage yourself.

Where are you relocating to? If it is DC, MD, or VA please keep me in mind...

Hope this helps... Coni Otto
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Mon Sep 12, 2016
Bill Eckler answered:
Denise,

Unfortunately, banks do not deal with individual buyers for property they have acquired. They will place it in the hands of a real estate professional for disposal.

Our recommendation is to be in touch with a local agent and request information of the property as soon as it it posted on the MLS.

Good luck
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Thu Jan 1, 2009
Maggie Langon answered:
Hi Dave and Happy New Year 2009! The only way I know is to go on to the Brevard County Clerk of Courts to the public records. You can search by document type--then by name. I put the link in the web reference, but I'll put it here also: http;//webfyi.brevardclerk.us/netfyi/instruct.html. Hope that's what you are looking for.

Maggie Langon-Antiposti, Realtor
Coldwell Banker Ed Schlitt Realtors
772-321-0321
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Wed Dec 24, 2008
Connie Trincali answered:
Hi Steve,

There currently aren't any bank-owned homes on the market, but there was a short sale that was recently withdrawn. Is this the house you're thinking of:

http://www.brevardmls.com/brv/maildoc/b003uo4632.html

If it is, it looks like it will be back on the market as a foreclosure in the relatively near future. If you would like more information about it, or other bank owned (foreclosure) properties in that area, I would be glad to email you a list of those that are currently available. I can also email you as others, such as this one, become available. From the pictures, it certainly looks like an amazing house! You can reach me at eraandrew@gmail.com or 321-514-9862. I hope this information is helpful!

Sincerely,

Andy Barclay
ERA Showcase
321-514-9862
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Sat Dec 27, 2008
Nona Swann answered:
Hi Judy,

I am the listing agent on this property and the home was remodeled and repaired recently so the answer is yes. You can see a movie of this home on my website at www.BrevardBestHomes.com and click on home movies and then Brookshire. It is located in a very nice neighborhood named Brook Hollow in Malabar, Fl. (located in the Melbourne area)

Anymore information I can provide please feel free to call or send an email request thru the website or directly at nonaswann@mac.com
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Mon Dec 29, 2008
P answered:
Judy,
I will research and get back to you in a few minutes. Hang in there.
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Sat Apr 28, 2012
Dallas Texas answered:
MORE THAN likely in the lease agreement with landlord a guest can only stay for X amount of days, Perhaps your friend can contact property owner state he allowed a friend to stay per the lease agreement NOW will vacate the property. The landlord can enforce the lease potential evict the friend who has over stayed their welcome. HOWEVER it depends on the relationship between person who signed the lease and property owner hopefully it is positive the landlord could evict both parties.
http://www.lynn911.com http://www.homes-for-sale-dallas.com
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Mon Nov 10, 2008
Scott Godzyk answered:
What happens with the shortage should have been negotiated with your short sale. basically three things can happen, they will assess if you have the ability to pay it back or own any other property they can attach, they can write it off if they think they cant collect ot and you will receive a 1099 for the deficiency amount or they forgive the debt and it does not affect your tax situation. You should ask teh negotiater as well as your accountact. Congratulations on getting a short sale approved, especially with two lenders. It is near unheard of lately. good luck with working things out. ... more
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Fri Aug 15, 2008
Antonio Vega-Pacheco answered:
John:

Outbid is not always a function of price, it could be due to better financing terms or a stronger looking offer.
No real way to find out until the property closes and then you can find out what it sold for, when it becomes public document.

Tony
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Thu Aug 7, 2008
Dallas Texas answered:
Bernie GREAT question and welcome to Trulia

I recommend not purchase any of these foreclosures listings most have out of date info. or properties unknown if they are truly a foreclosures. Since foreclosures, short sale, preforeclosures as HUGE BUZ words across the country many are taking advantage of potential buyers

If you work positively with a real estate agent I am assured solutions to all of your questions could be resolved. http://www.lynn911.com http://www.homes-for-sale-dallas.com
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Tue May 27, 2008
Mark Palace answered:
You can search here: http://www.foreclosurelistings.com/lview.php?state_sg=FL&county_name=BREVARD. Best, Mark Palace

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-Robin and David, Viera, Florida, USA. May 2008

Hei, hei og takk for sist! Da vil vi få lov å takke for alt du har gjort for oss Mark. Du har sannelig brukt mye av din tid på oss, noe vi setter stor pris på. Nå gleder vi oss bare til å komme tilbake til Florida og ta i bruk vår nye leilighet. Det var veldig betryggende for oss å kunne ha en kontakt som bor i nærheten og som kjenner til systemet i USA når det gjelder investering i bolig etc. Vi satte også stor pris på at du tok oss med og viste oss parker og nærmiljøet slik at vi lettere kan se hva vi går til. Håper vi også kan få ta kontakt med deg når vi kommer neste gang. Ønsker deg en god tur til Norge og riktig god sommer!!
-Grethe og Bernt, Stavanger, Norway. Mai 2008

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- Dr. Steven Veal, Medical Doctor and Real Estate Investor 3/23/08

I met Mark Palace at the Curves Vibrant Womens Conference and decided to have Palace Properties help me find a place to rent or buy. He had a place within an hour and I could see it that evening after work. Mark works hard for his clients and always kept in contact with me by e-mails and phone calls when I needed to talk to him. Never had to wait long for a call back. He is very professional, courteous and respectful. There are some realtors out there that should take lessons from Mark Palace, Palace Properties.
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Sat May 17, 2008
James R. Venney CMP, CMPS answered:
Yes you can get pre-approved. Pre-approval is typically free with most Banks and Lenders and in the current mortgage environment you should have your pre-approval updated every 30 until you find your new home just to ensure that underwritting guidelines havn't change that may effect your final loan approval. ... more
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Tue Apr 29, 2008
Ken Mundorf answered:
OK Larry, now we have something to go on. Moving away from the beach brings much more into your range. There are 3 or so condo developments that are suited for your needs. The Lakes at Viera East has the most to choose from. About 20 units available built in 2002 & 3. A good place to make an offer. Monthly fees of about $220. This community has a pool and is maintenance free. Another good choice would be Three Fountains. Built in 2005, they are close proximity to the Avenue (popular shoping center), have a community pool, very nice grounds, clubhouse and fitness center. Third is the Greens ay Viera East. Built in 1998, water and golf views available, maintenance fees run $150-$200 per month. I can send you specific listings if you send me directly your email address.

Regards,
Ken

ERA Showcase Properties
(321) 626-5933
KenMundorf@cfl.rr.com
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