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Foreclosure in 94598 : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Oct 5, 2012
Michelle Saputo answered:
Currently the MLS is showing 1 available rental in Rossmoor. 2/2 for $2,200/month with a $2,200 security deposit. It is a 2nd floor listing. I'd be happy to send you information if you will send me a private email at: michelle.saputo@bhghome.come ... more
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Thu Oct 21, 2010
Dallas Texas answered:
Recommend contact a buyers agent who can discuss your options made available.

Not all foreclosures will ever be sold direct to a home buyer, could be included in "lot sale investors" and other avenues.

Tour a home you need have buyers agent schedule appointment(s) for you based on your lender specifications and bank requirements on how submit an offer.

Not all offers are accepted by the lender, you may never receive a response. Best always submit a reasonable offer based on many circumstances involving the property you may not get 2nd chance "up our offer"


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Wed Nov 11, 2009
Douglas Moore answered:
Yes- i believe the seller's concern is well placed and that the additional costs of commissions will result in a higher tax obligation. However, please get to a CPA or tax attorney for confirmation of this opinion.

The commission may end up being a small price to pay as the agent will do much more than write up the offer. There is undoubtedly some negotiating room left in the transaction with respect to inspections, requests for repair and seller credits-- any of which could easily cover the amount of the commisiion.
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Fri Aug 27, 2010
Bubba Gump answered:
Hi Peter, try as a first source. The information is constantly changing and to get detailed info, you have to pay...sorry. I can help for referral!
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Tue Oct 12, 2010
I am not sure what you are asking here.
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Thu May 1, 2008
Johnny Huang, MBA answered:
Is this a question or a comment?
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Tue Jan 1, 2008
Rebecca Chambliss answered:
Often people re-list their homes after the first of the year. The first quarter of every year tends to be the busiest in Real Estate, so it's a great time to be looking/shopping.
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Sat May 3, 2008
Deborah Madey answered:
If not for the relo company, I might say rent if you are looking at 18 months. If 3yrs+, then it becomes debatable. With absolute assurance that the relo package will protect you, I would recommend that you purchase. ... more
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