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Foreclosure in 90069 : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Sep 3, 2010
Dallas Texas answered:
Have you considered purchasing a home therefore you don't concerns "dumping your money" , receive annual tax benefits. CA, might offer great opp's for you purchase a home.

IN SOME states due to number of foreclosures bank are leasing homes vs. other states such as Texas foreclosures are not leased.

Realtor would be happy to assist you

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Tue Aug 7, 2012
Richard Schulman answered:
Hi Olga,

The price range depends on exactly what you are looking for. But to give you an idea, in West Hollywood in the past 6 months of sales for a 1 bedroom was around 400K, and in the lower 600s for a 2 bedroom. Keep in mind there is a very wide range of what's available though, depending on the specific area and condition of the condo. Feel free to contact me and I can give you a more in depth analysis about the current West Hollywood market and send you some listings that would match your criteria. I would be happy to help you out!

Richard Schulman
Keller Williams Realty
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Thu Sep 23, 2010
Infinity Realty Network answered:
Dont quite understand the question please clarify. Are the Low prices you are viewing actual listed prices for sale? If that is the case then you would usually hire a realtor inspect the property and make an offer based upon what you realtor suggests. If you are talking about auction prices, then you must be careful alot of times those prices are not what they suggest. best bet talk to a Realtor and have them help you sort through the Foreclosures your interested in.

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