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Foreclosure in 54911 : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Oct 6, 2012
Nan Brennan answered:
I Matt,

The best way to get updates on Foreclosed properties is to contact a local real estate agent, it costs you nothing to work with an agent as their commission is paid by the seller. Also,m when looking for an agent get recommendations from friends, family or coworkers dont just pull one off the internet.

Best wishes.
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Tue Aug 9, 2011
Debby Thompson answered:
I depends what type of loan you are getting. I would talk with your lender. Better be safe then sorry. You could take a picture if your lender can't go to the home for you.
Debby Homestead realty Inc
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Tue Aug 9, 2011
Jeremy and Dana Cudd answered:
Who is the lender? My guess is it's Wells Fargo by the way you described their process. I've delt with numerous lenders and my advice is to call them on a daily basis. Even if they've said in the past, the negotiator will call you, the agent should be calling, calling, and calling again. Sometimes it's over looked by other deals on the table, but if you're persistant, they will get a move on it. ... more
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Mon Aug 25, 2008
Pete Rondello Sr answered:

I don't have a copy of your offer in my hand, so my comments are general in nature. If you are using the standard Wisconsin forms, also applicable in Appleton, this should be correct.
Usually, if your offer has indeed been accepted, and the offer is structured properly to allow you time to have your contingencies satisfied, then you will remain in primary position and can continue forward knowing that your offer is the accepted primary offer. The seller is free to consider any and all offers on the property, and they can accept a secondary offer, which will remain a "back-up" offer to yours. If for some reason you are not able to perform and buy the property, the seller will have another offer in hand that they may choose to elevate to a primary status.
Watch your dates carefully and make sure you communicate regularly with your agent as to the progress with your bank, etc.
Best wishes!
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