Try going online and "Googling" Real Estate + Santa Rosa + REO (or + Bank owned homes or + lender owned homes) and contact those agents representing banks in Santa ... more
I would suggest you contact an attorney who specializes in foreclosures and tenants rights. Contact your local BAR association and ask them for the names of some attorneys that ... more
I recommend that you speak with an Attorney who specilizes in Real Estate Law. Good luck!
If the property is an REO and is listed on the MLS - then the instructions for submitting offers are usually very clearly spelled out in the agent instructions - sometimes ther ... more
Yes, there are some effective loan modifications. Principle write downs are the hard ones to get but doable. The FHA Fannie and Freddie have an 80% failure rate after 6 m ... more
Great question! If you want to discover this information for your self you will have to search the tax records. Unfortunately, many loans were sold from the original maker of ... more
I'm not a Realtor but will try to at least partly answer the question and provide a suggestion. I do work with quite a few investors and get to see, at least partly, how ... more