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Wed Feb 27, 2013
Jason Campbell answered:
Stuff like this... we are directing everyone to talk with a real estate attorney. It's really the only way to get real answers to your questions, have your entire situations looked at and the right advice at your fingertips.

Trust me on this one.. I'm seeing too many folks getting burned right now by not talking to the right folks. A good real estate attorney is worth their weight in gold!

Jason
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Tue Nov 20, 2012
Michael Cheng answered:
If you are going to foreclose on a property, then you would be letting your trustee handle the sale.
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Tue Oct 23, 2012
Doc & Ellen Stephens answered:
Here ya go.

http://sabor.connectmls.com/listings.jsp?dcid=CCAC4C80C898D9F6E040020A32017E16

Doc
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Tue Jul 3, 2012
Darrell D. Drouillard answered:
Best bet is take all the guess work out of it and get the facts. It won't cost you a penny. Contact Lisa Warren at SWBC Mortgage to see where you stand. Here is her contact info:

Lisa Warren
Senior Mortgage Banker - SWBC Mortgage
NMLS# 227358
8400 Blanco Rd, Ste 100
San Antonio, TX 78216
210-494-5626
lwarren@swbc.com
http://www.swbcmortgage.com/warren

She is super easy to work with. Let her know Darrell recommended her and whenever you are set to find a home, I'll be glad to assist. Good Luck!


Darrell D. Drouillard
Home Team of America
16719 Huebner Rd., Bldg 4
San Antonio, Texas 78248
210-373-6160
210-881-6760 (Fax)
http://www.dddrealtor.com

'Serving all Your Real Estate Needs'
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Wed Jul 9, 2014
Jose Novelo answered:
Yes, I have investors eager and ready for properties. Send them to me and I will prsent to my clients.
Thanks
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Wed May 30, 2012
Johnny Morrow answered:
In most cases the hoa can foreclose on their own. They will have to pay the first lien, so likely hood of them foreclosing is small. I am not an attorney. They are likely selling to a collection agency, so just another collector calling you. ... more
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Tue May 29, 2012
Robert Cockrell answered:
What is the address? It does not show here.
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Sun Mar 3, 2013
Bruce Lynn answered:
You will want to check with your attorney on this one.
It is also probably a condition of your government loan to pay the HOA fees.
If you don't they may also foreclose on you.
This is not something to mess around with.

Can you get a family member, friend, or someone else to move in with you to help pay rent?
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Thu Mar 29, 2012
Michael Trautman answered:
You can use a site like Realty Trac, but the information is sometimes stale and out of date. A real estate agent would be a better source of current information; we are able to set up auto searches that target just the area you want and give you the latest data. ... more
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Tue Jan 24, 2012
Patrick answered:
Dint pay my mortgage in San Antonio -texas for 4 month. They are forclosering my house. When i have to move out or my renters?
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Sat Oct 15, 2011
Ramiro Burr answered:
There is no way to advertise directly to banks. best thing to do is offer services on Craigslist and call every investor sign you see. - they are all over

Ramiro Burr
Investor
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Tue Feb 7, 2012
Ron Thomas answered:
Your position is exactly the same as a lot of homeowners,
and it doesn't seem to make a lot of difference whether there is a house on it or not.
If it is going up to $400, it must be going up a couple hundred $$.

Only you can decide if it is worth it to keep the property and your credit.

Good luck and may God bless
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Mon Aug 15, 2011
Michael Trautman answered:
They will come off the prices usually a little, they are normally priced very marketable. If you don't mind taking a chance on a low offer you should but I have seen that most of the nice Reo's have multiple offers submitted. Michael 210-601-8034 ... more
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Tue May 17, 2011
Scott Butcher answered:
You don't have to register. All you need to do is show up with your monopoly money cashier's checks and be ready to bid on the 1st Tuesday of the Month at the Bexar County Courthouse steps. All monies are due immediately upon purchase and you don't have time to go to the Bank to get a Cashier's check for the exact amount.

I suggest you get a copy of either the "REX Report" or "Roddy Report" in advance as they will help you navigate the fast paced auction that will take place. Also, I suggest going to an auction first before showing up ready to bid so you can get a feel for how it works. It's an organized chaos and you need to understand how the process works and suggest you speak to some of the other bidders to learn from them about the process as well.

Not many properties actually get sold to 3rd party investors in these auctions based on my prior experiences with the monthly foreclosure auctions (in Travis Co.) ~ maybe up to 3-5% of the total listed properties. The Banks tend to buy up most of the inventory.

Good luck.
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Sun May 29, 2016
Deeba Khader answered:
Here in Marietta Ga, the offer price will depend on how many offers there are on the property, the condition of the property, the area comps and how many days it has been listed, among other things. ... more
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Wed May 11, 2011
Randy Jamieson answered:
Check out the NACA program. Here is the Link.

https://www.naca.com/members/purchaseStep.jsp

If you need any more info on this program, contact me. Good luck!

Randy Jamieson - Realtor
San Antonio, TX
Randy@JamiesonTeam.com
210-842-1677
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Fri Feb 4, 2011
Rick Jackson answered:
It's hard to believe you haven't gotten any responses yet on this. I would love to work for you in the Oklahoma City area.
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Wed Feb 2, 2011
Robert Pouncy ll asked:
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Wed Oct 27, 2010
Dallas Texas answered:
You need confer with your buyers agent who will handle all the details. Many times there are private remarks in MLS only Realtors can read not the general public with instructions.


Lynn911 Dallas Realtor & Consultant, Loan Officer, Credit Repair Advisor
The Michael Group - Dallas Business Journal Top Ranked Realtors
972-699-9111
http://www.lynn911.com
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Tue Oct 26, 2010
Dallas Texas answered:
Never heard of term called "anytime line bank" are you talking about equity loan?

Best confer with real estate attorney who can review all paper and documents you have.

Lynn911 Dallas Realtor & Consultant, Loan Officer, Credit Repair Advisor
The Michael Group - Dallas Business Journal Top Ranked Realtors
972-699-9111
http://www.lynn911.com
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