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Fri Jun 15, 2012
Stan Battersby answered:
I'm not a lawyer but why don't you pay the TAxes and HOA that should stop the auction.
Call me if you would like the name of a realestate lawyer.

Stan 602-486-1486
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Fri Feb 17, 2012
The Urban Team answered:
This is a question for an attorney not a real estate agent. I'd find one who specializes in landlord tenant law.
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Tue Apr 24, 2012
Randy Hooker answered: is an outstanding group of professionals!
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Mon Nov 24, 2008
Todd Lee answered:
Hi Dennis,

Sorry to hear about the split. Unfortunately if she wants her name off the loan you are going to have to basically refinance using only your name and income. Lenders will not let you just remove a person from the loan because they lent you the money based on both people's income and credit. Hopefully you didn't buy (or refinance) in the last couple of years and have some equity. With the recent decline in market there have been a lot of incidences where people don't have the option of refinancing due to loan to value ratios.

If you would like to contact me regarding this or any other issue I would be happy to answer any other questions... By the way, I am also a Loan Originator so I may be able to help.

Todd Lee
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Wed Aug 6, 2008
Carlos Ramirez answered:

Most of the free sites with MLS access have very limited capability. They are not nearly as powerful or versatile as the direct access the Realtors have. Your best bet is to contact any Realtor and they can set you up with automatic notifications based on your criteria, including properties with contingencies.

BTW, why are you interested in properties with contingencies? They not necessarily represent a good value (might or might not) and a good percentage of them close and never become available.

Good luck!
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Mon Sep 15, 2008
John Gordon answered:
The city may not go for your approach. Are they purchasing it using eminent domain? Or just because they may want it for a future project? Also what city is it?
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