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Fri Oct 28, 2011
Scott Godzyk answered:
You can apply, you should ask from the landlord or management company what the criteria is for being able to rent. You should also gather references to be able to submit with your application. Different landlords will have different criteria. ... more
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Wed Oct 19, 2011
Bob Galivan answered:
This is something you need to discuss with an attorney.
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Fri Jul 13, 2012
Astolfo Bolivar answered:
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Sat Sep 17, 2011
Danielle Sharp answered:
Are you looking for an answer on how to discuss the property with the bank now that your husband has passed away?

I'm very sorry to hear about your loss.
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Mon Dec 28, 2015
Ron Thomas answered:
we have no way of looking that up;
it is confidentialk imformation.
how would you like it if your information was made public?

this wouldn't do you any good anyway,
the bank wants, what they want! ... more
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Thu Jul 5, 2012
Bob Galivan answered:
The filing of a lis pendens is the first step in the foreclosure process. You probably want to speak with an attorney to discuss all of your options, but in Florida, a foreclosure can take months, even years, to complete. During that time, you still have a lease, and a legal obligation to pay rent to your landlord. There are several steps to take. The first, and most important, is to make sure that your deposit is being held by the landlord in accordance with the Florida Landlord Tenant Act. If you did your lease through a Realtor, you should have received a copy with the lease, but even if a Realtor was not involved, the law still applies.
If, for some reason, the foreclosure happens quickly, you may also be protected under the Federal Protecting Tenants in Foreclosure Act, which - in most cases - guarantees that you can either stay the term of your lease, or 90 days, after the foreclosure is complete (that is KEY - complete, meaning that the bank legally has taken title).
So, no, you do not have to move, and the bank cannot kick out out without substantial notice.
I strongly recommend that you speak with an attorney; if this is not financially possible, there are legal aid services available through many local agencies.
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Tue Feb 14, 2017
Meg Sahdala answered:
Dear Chris,
I specialize in REO and short sales and I have a lot of clients searching in the same price range for investment purposes. Considering the price range your best option is Homestead (South Miami) where with a little hunting you can purchase 2-3 BR property for 40-45k. Additional expenses you have to consider are: association fee (anywhere between $150-300/monthly), taxes (anywhere between $800-2,500 yearly), and insurance. If you are a cash buyer it's almost a hassle free transaction. Please contact me for more details and I will be happy to assist you with your property search.
Meg Sahdala
Vivienda Miami Realty Group
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Tue Jul 26, 2011
Scott Godzyk answered:
You may not be if there was a balance, it depends what you signed for your short sale, the prom, note would be released as the asset is no longer used as security. It will depend how you negotiated what happens with teh shorted amount and if you signed anything saying you would pay it back. i would ask your lawyer or negotiator who completed teh short sale on your behalf. good luck ... more
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Sun Jun 5, 2011
jose vizcarrondo answered:

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Sun Jun 5, 2011
Franco Schmatz answered:
No it isn't

Franco Schmatz
Blue One Realty, LLC
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Fri Mar 4, 2011
Ileana Del Carmen answered:
the best way to find out is to go to on line and ask miami dade clerk.

Ileana del Carmen
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Fri Aug 26, 2011
BG answered:
find local Realtors and talk to them first. Take a trip out there to visit the area. Ask for Property Management references if you are buying it as an investment. Be prepare to deal with lots of headache for being out of town investor. ... more
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Sun Sep 11, 2016
Carlos Escamilla answered:

Every folio that starts with 30 needs a CU if the property was obtain throught a CTI (certificated of title) if is a bank owned or purchased by an investor.
Also make sure you obtain the CU prior to negociated any offer.
The penalty is about $500 dollars a day if you don't have it.
I hope all this information help you.
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Sat Feb 21, 2015
Judy Luck Jordan answered:
I would be more than happy to help you find a home with your specifications. Please call me or my partner at: 305-934-6373 ...Judy
or 305-458-5713 Lisa.
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Fri Feb 4, 2011
Debra B Albert PA answered:
Great Question...I have no way of giving you a direct answer, however there is another possibility. The HOA may have waived it because they foreclosed themselves.

Now, I don't know why an HOA would do that. After all, they get their back money when the property sells. Now they own a foreclosed unit and did not get the fees they were due.

So, see who actually owns it now. If you are considering a purchase, be sure to check with the Title company to make sure that there is still not anything due.

Debbie Albert, PA
Keller Williams of the Treasure Coast
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Sun Mar 10, 2013
mike outlaw answered:
This would really depend on your lending aspects. The mortgage will be requiring title insurance. therefore without title this will not be able to be obtained. There are a couple of good attorneys in Coral gables that I have worked with in getting a "Quiet title" but this too can become complex. I would suggest you inquire to an real estate attorney to assist you. ... more
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Thu Jan 20, 2011
Alma Kee answered:
Hi Adrian,

You may want to get in touch with the county code enforcement to find out exactly how the violations need to be taken care of. There may be a daily fee for every day the house is not repaired. In Tampa we have some properties that are accruing $100 per day.... it can add up to a lot of money. Not sure but there may be a way to negotiate down the violation fees. ... more
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Fri Feb 11, 2011
Sally Grenier answered:
It's possible, but not always going to happen. The best way to avoid that is to have an experienced Realtor, and third party negotiator working on your behalf. If you need the name of someone in your area, let me know. I'd be happy to help.

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Mon Jan 3, 2011
Jose Enrique Humaran answered:
Yes you can do it, just do a Lease (month to month best option) and advise the bank so they know whats going on.
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Mon Feb 14, 2011
Patrick Thies answered:
It is possible that the lender could come after you if they find out that you have other assets when doing a short sale. Lenders usually won't approve a short sale if the seller has assets. One of the requirements of a short sale is that the seller can not have any other assets or walk away from the transaction with money from the sale. ... more
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