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Foreclosure in 44130 : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Jan 8, 2013
James Deskins answered:
Sun Oct 7, 2012
Duane Johnston answered:
That depends if it was the bank that bought it or private party. If it was the bank could be a while but if it was a private part buyer, they could be knocking anytime.
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Sun Oct 7, 2012
Dontez answered:
Go to the cuyahoga auditors webpage and search the history. You will find it there.
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Wed Oct 10, 2012
Andrew Wilkinson answered:
Hi there ArleneFour,

I'm sorry, but I don't quite understand your question. Can you rephrase it? If you can be more specific about what you need to know, it will help your question get more answers.


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Sun Oct 7, 2012
James Gordon ABR SFR SRS answered:
That is correct. In fact some of the properties Realty Trac shows as forclosures will never be sold as a bnk owned propertty. The best way to find forclosures for sale in your area is to work with a Realtor®. ... more
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Tue Jul 30, 2013
James Gordon ABR SFR SRS answered:
Your buyers agent can set you up with aa list of forclosed homes in the area. Be prepared for some rough looking properties that aqre not move in ready. Making sure that you are approved for a FHA 203k or a cash buyer is the best way to to make sure that you can buy a forclosed property ... more
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Sat May 5, 2012
Catherine Miller answered:
This response came directly from the HUD website:

Can I modify an offer after it has been submitted?
Yes you can modify an offer after it has been submitted up until the bid-opening date. Log in to, click Bidder Functions, and go to Review your Bids. Click the bid you want to cancel. Click the Modify Bid button. A summary screen will appear where you can modify the bid. Click the Continue button. Review the bid summary, click the check box to accept the terms and conditions, then click the Confirm Bid Submission button. The modified bid is then submitted and the original bid is withdrawn from consideration by the Asset Manager. You are not able to modify an offer after the bid-opening date has passed. ... more
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Fri Apr 27, 2012
Kieran Jackson answered:
Any Realtor can help you with finding out who owns the property, and finding out if its for sale or not. Just because a property is in foreclosure, doesn't mean you can buy it.

Contact Laird Wynn at Keller Williams Realty Greater Cleveland, (216) 839-5500. If this property doesn't work out, I'm sure there are a ton of properties in Cleveland that will fit your needs.

All the best,
Kieran Jackson, Realtor
Keller Williams Realty Hollywood Hills
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Mon Nov 21, 2011
Dominic Picione - The Incorvaia Team answered:
If the house is for sale, anyone can purchase the home, including yourself. Let me know how I may help.

Dominic Picione
Keller Williams
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Sat Mar 23, 2013
David Chiles answered:
I recommend contacting a real estate sales agent already signed up with RealtyTrac to find out who owns a pre-foreclosure home. You can request that an agent contact you by submitting a form on their website. Otherwise, the County Recorder has all the records. ... more
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Fri Aug 26, 2011
Tari Torch Sweeney answered:
Usually the way this works is you look at homes in your price range and then it would be a matter of approaching a seller with that to own. Most listings don't state that, so it is difficult to separate them out. You would also need (for rental) a copy of your credit report, and probably a discussion with your lender as to the possibility of purchasing the property within a specific time frame, which is determined by the contract between you and the seller. ... more
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Thu Jun 9, 2011
Kieran Jackson answered:
I may have an interested buyer for you. Go to my website and send me a note.

All the best,
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Sun May 15, 2011
Deluxe Realty answered:
You really don't see this often... perhaps the listing agent found their own buyer, or perhaps your agent didn't actually submit your offer.

Though we all hope no one does anything illegal, stuff happens. But, it's not common. ... more
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Tue Mar 22, 2011
Christopher Pagli answered:
hi, it really depends on the bank that is handling the foreclosure and how quickly they way. An REO which has already been bought back by the bank tends to be the quickest because they are usually ready to go. Another factor that may hold it up is the title report, depending on what you find.

Christopher Pagli
Licensed Associate Broker
Accredited Buyer Representative
GREEN Designated Agent
William Raveis Legends Realty Group
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Wed Oct 20, 2010
Aaron asked:
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Fri Aug 26, 2011
Kelli Glover answered:
I am sorry Delaine, I don't understand what your question is.

If you left the home it was your responsibility to let the Water Department know you were no longer there. Sewer and Water are not like other utilities they run with the home meaning the bill is attached to that home.

If you email me the address I will check it out and see what happened.

Your Trusted Advocate,

Kelli Glover
Keller Williams
Direct: 216-272-3877
Fax: 440-808-9344

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Thu Feb 24, 2011
Jane Grant answered:
Tom: Contact the Cleveland Department of Building and Housing:

Give them the address and ask them for all of the information associated with this property. Then you need to inspect the property as thoroughly as possible. This can be difficult if the utilities are not turned on.

Contacting the owner is your option but they could be impossible if at all.
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Thu Jun 17, 2010
Bob Movin-On answered:
The bidder loses their deposit and the bank take possession of the property, where they will pay the taxes and eventually sell the home, ex homeowner is out of luck the foreclosure was final at the sheriff sale.

Bob Patrick
Buy a home after foreclosure expert
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Mon May 17, 2010
Jeffrey Burke answered:
Yes there are several Asset Manager's and REO Companies doing business in Cleveland, Ohio. Be first to these bank owned homes by contaccting Jeff Burke, Broker-On Target Realty, Inc. 216-780-6007. ... more
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