It us unfortunate that this has happened. In some instances, if the bank is not ready to put the property on the market they would prefer that someone be in the house "supposedly" taking care of it, rather than having a vacant home that is not being taken care of and open to vandalism. We have seen this play out the exact same way time and time again! Rest assured if it was foreclosed on it won't be long till they are gone. Good Luck!
Prudential 24 Hour Real Estate
Of course it is possible, as long as you hold a valid real estate broker's license, or a valid real estate salesperson license and work under a licensed broker, you can be any kind of agent you want. The only difference between a Listing agent and an Investor's agent is you'll be working with sellers instead of buyers (investors)... more
In order resolve all you need to contact their broker resolve any and all of your concerns.
Sorry hear about your experience.
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The real estate market right now is extremely volatile. Without knowing what type of properties you are submitting offers on and what type of offers you are submitting, it is hard to say why you have not had any offers accepted.
I would guess that the majority of homes you are placing offers on are short sale/REO type and those take time depending on the individual property. A good agent will follow up every few days with the listing agent to see where things are at with the offer and the property.
The only other piece of advice i can offer is that if you really like a property, submit the best offer you can. If you can submit an offer of full asking price, then do it. If you can get away with not asking for any additional concessions from the bank, even better.
Good luck to you!
If you have any questions, feel free to call or email me!
Axiom Real Estate
You don't know, as we don't know either. But as long as you can afford the home you purchase, there should be no problem. History has shown us that even in depressions, on average, homes prices rise about 8% a year for the last 20 years.... more
No there isn't. Downey is a hot market and is in high demand. And I am going to be really honest with you; having 100% financing is not going to help. Banks know that a VA loan is very difficult to close due to all of the lender requirements and if there is another offer that has the same terms as your, chances are they will take the other offer. What does your agent say about this?... more
There are ways to stop foreclosure but I would suggest to
speak to a Attorney (Not those companies that promise the world and never deliver)
If you like call me and I know a Attorney that might help you.
Coldwell Banker Dynasty
It would be ideal if you were working with an agent that knows about foreclosures and short sales. I have extensive knowledge in this area and would like to help. I can send you a copy of an article I wrote for a reputable newspaper and it gives you some information on how to proceed with a purcahse of a foreclosure. Make sure you have someone with experience or you will end up with a really bad deal. I have an office close to you, in South Gate, I would be more than happy to meet with you or send you a list of homes in your price range.
Hi there Louie, What are you looking for in a home. How far do you want to be from Downey Regional Hospital? What size home do you need. There are some very nice neighborhoods not far from Downey. To checkout homesand maps , go tomy site.
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You may be about ready! Market conditions are being to settle. I'd start looking and doing your homework, bu don't rush into if you can wait. Sometime in the next 6 months may be the best time. I really like working with Mark Shea. He is a very honest and knowledgeable person. Call him on his cell at: 858-761-5233
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