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Foreclosure in Culver City : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Oct 8, 2012
Emily Knell answered:
Unfortunately is the Mortgage Debt Forgiveness Act is NOT extended for another year, you're damned if you do (complete the short sale) & damned if you don't (& let it go to foreclosure).

The Aliso Viejo Patch.com posted a question today; "If you had the opportunity to ask a question at the next Presidential debate what would it be"....my question had EVERYTHING to do with getting the Mortg. Debt Forgiveness Act extended for another 4ys, not just 1yr. See my answer here (sorry there are a lot of posted questions by now, scroll down)

http://alisoviejo.patch.com//articles/patch-is-collecting-questions-for-obama-and-romney-during-next-debate

If the Act is not extended which I think would be utterly Stupid & if this home is your primary residence you still have the ability to file IRS form 982. Talk to you CPA about this.

The Anti-Deficiency law (SB 931) is not expiring at the end of this year.

You should still continue with your short sale. DO NOT DO A DEED IN LIEU it is the SAME as having a Foreclosure on your record & will increase the time in which you could reenter the the market to build equity back up from the bottom!!

Shoot me an email directly should you want to discuss this further. I don't look back on this same Trula posting for answers after mine.

Emily S. Knell
EmilyKnell1@yahoo.com
562-430-3053 c
Realtor Since 1996
Realty ONE Group
100% short sale success ratio
& I can Prove it
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Thu Oct 11, 2012
Mimi Davies answered:
Hi Ian,

Not a problem a t all. You seem to know what you're looking for. Please feel free to contact me. I would like to discuss with you a couple of things that will help us establish your goals and whether we can help you.

Best,
Mimi
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Mon Dec 26, 2011
Jolanta Jonutyte answered:
Hello
I am specializing in those types of properties.
Contact me
Call me: 323-316-3300
or email me: realtorjolanta@gmail.com

Regards,
Jolanta Jonutyte
Century 21
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Mon Jul 30, 2012
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Fri Oct 28, 2011
Mike King answered:
Your realtor gave you the correct information, all liens are wiped out, once the first lien has been foreclosed on, except for tax liens. I would consult with an attorney who has experience with foreclosures. If may take a cease and desist letter to the bank.
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Sun Jun 7, 2009
Dyanna answered:
Yes you do. Were you served with legal paperwork? Has the bank offered you any relocation money? If you are not being evicted by the court, let the person asking you to leave know that you will leave if you receive whatever amount you think you need to move. I have offered tenants up to $5000 for moving and leagally have to give them time to move. If that doesn't work, call the Free Leagl Aid of Los Angeles at:

1640 5th St., Suite 124
Santa Monica, CA 90401
Tel: (310) 899-6200

Good Luck!
Dyanna
323.359.7992
dyannaavila@hotmail.com
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Sat Jun 6, 2009
keithdelgado123 answered:
James, I would first check how long the house hasn't been occuiped for an go from thier .That should tell you what to check for O.K and then if your a little bit worried about it pay for a houseing inspecter to go check it out for you it would be to your benifit to do that anways .The houseing inspecter can tell you just what your problems are going to be and make sure thiers no back taxes do on it that the bank isn't going to pay and you are at the closing .Hope I was of help see ya and good luck . ... more
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Tue Oct 21, 2008
Tisza Major-Posner answered:
Hi Stephanie & Shinya,

Have you spoken with a lender at all yet? If finding a great Realtor is step one then finding a great lender is certainly step one-A!

Purchasing a property in distress, whether it is somewhere within the Foreclosure process or whether it has already traveled down that road and is now a bank owned home, can be fraught with challenges but can also be a rewarding experience as well.

It sounds like what you really need is an agent that knows the ropes where distress purchases are concerned and that would be where I come in. 100% of my business is helping nice folks buy and sell properties that are "distressed" and I have a 100% success rate for helping my client's achieve their goals.

I would be happy to talk with you both whenever you have the time to see if we would be a good match.

Please feel free to get in touch with me either through Trulia, via my website or by telephone.

I look forward to hearing from you both and helping you find the perfect home for all six of you!

Take care and have a wonderful day!

Tisza Major-Posner, Realtor, IVPG, (213) 392-4084 or (909) 837-8922
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Sun Sep 27, 2009
Melanie Narducci answered:
I'd recommend Judy Thompson, you can reach her at 949.275.4604, give her a call so she can answer your questions.
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