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Home Selling in Fairfield : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Feb 9, 2011
John Souerbry answered:
Depends on location. 94534 is generally depressed price-wise (I live near the Gold Hill exit off 680). There are a lot of homes on the market with reasonably sized front and rear yards in the $150k-$250k range.
Lacking "features" (yards...) will affect resale.
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Thu May 22, 2014
Kamal Randhawa answered:
Hello Kiml...

while no one has a magic ball to make such predictions, looking at the statistics alone, prices may fall for another 6 months to a year.
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Mon Feb 4, 2013
stop foreclosure answered:
TELL YOUR BANK YOU HAVE A BUYER FOR YOUR HOME.

IF YOU DONT HAVE A BUYER CONTACT ME 707-319-9222

I M INTERESTED IN BUYING SHORT SALES IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA.
ESPECAILLY WHEN I CAN A HOMEOWNER TO AVOID THE FORECLOSURE ON THEIR CREDIT.

ME HABLA
SPEAK SPANISH 707-319-9222
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Tue Feb 8, 2011
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Fri Jun 25, 2010
David answered:
As I understand it, if it not agreed upon in writing that you will not pay the deficient amount, you will be 1099 on that amount of the loss. Which totally sucks!!! Unless Big Brother steps in and does something for the 100's of thousands of people who are in this predicament. The banks dont loose because they right it off, The Govt doesnt looks because of the taxes, guess who looses.....

So write your congressman and tell em to do something and pass a bill to diminish or forgive the deficient balance. For now... the consumer is on the hook, as always...

I have clients, family members, collegues all asking the same questions...

If possible, negotiate the bank to forgive the dfference.. You dont get what you dont ask for but its highly unlikley...

We have come up with some solid solutions.. drop me an email if you need more infor..This board will provide you with a smorgasborg of assistance.

Good Luck..
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Fri Jan 24, 2014
Eric Bryant answered:
Just give me a call or email, I have 40 Agents in that market for you to choose from. Just tell me a litlle about the type of Agent you would work best with, and I will introduce you. best of Luck! the Coach 209-758-3113 or thecoach@prucalifornia.com ... more
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Mon Jun 9, 2008
Mary Storer-Sanborn answered:
Hello Mark! Your question is best answered by an Attorney who specializes in Probate, like Attorney Jim Storer 203-270-0772 or Anne Ragusa in Newtown, CT, and until the property has been properly probated by the Probate Court, it can slow things down. I would encourage you to call them for specific answers-keep in mind an attorney would also handle the real estate contract in CT and guide you through this process.

All the best!
Mary
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