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Foreclosure in 94534 : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Mar 27, 2013
BayAreaHomeRebate answered:
Not real maybe you are referring to pre foreclosure properties. Just send me the address and i can look them up for you with my local mls.

Punjani@mygpsgent.com
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Wed Nov 16, 2011
David Davidson asked:
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Sun Feb 13, 2011
Trudo Realty answered:
Just a note: real estate professionals are generally prohibited from providing legal advice, which is what this question requests, unless they are also a licensed attorney. I'd ask an attorney if I were you. ... more
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Wed Mar 31, 2010
Kamal Randhawa answered:
Hello Edwin,

This is a good site to generate leads. Realtor.com, zillow, etc etc. You have to put some hard work in of course. They wont just come to you and if they do come to you, make sure you have full knowledge of your field. I've been doing thing a little over 15 years...I have no problems helping new agents. Call me anytime if you have any questions. Good luck!!

Kamal Randhawa'
Broker
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Thu Apr 27, 2017
Joanna Jensen answered:
Hi Chris,
I am sorry about your financial situation.
I think it depends on your total credit situation and what everything else looks like.

You may be able to do a lease option. I just spoke with a seller who would consider that. You could lease a home with the option to purchase in 3 - 4 years. In the mean time you could negotiate the best lease option for your situation. You may even be able to get the tax savings. Depending on how your work your deal.

I would say that would be the best option right now.

Best of Luck.

JoAnna Jensen
Realtor
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Mon Mar 15, 2010
Gary De Pury answered:
It is hard to say what will happen. If you short sale, which is a better option than foreclosing, you could have some tax liability, but if you foreclose, likely not.

These are really questions for a Tax attorney.

I would encourage you to look at the short sale option. There is a company called the short sale network in Jacksonville, Fl and they have a tremendous amount of information on line.

Good luck,

Gary De Pury
Broker-Owner
Bay Vista Realty
Tampa Florida
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