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Foreclosure in Litchfield Park : Real Estate Advice

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Sun May 23, 2010
Dan Chase answered:
The easiest thing for him to do is to pay the debt owed. If that is not possible asking his lender about cash for keys may be a possibility.
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Thu Sep 9, 2010
Pam asked:
him he will only have 5 days to vacate. He is alos past due on his mobile home loan payments. Is this true, he will only have 5 days? Also, is there a way for him to convey this mobile ...
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Thu Dec 12, 2013
Kent Gagon answered:
While there may be some agents out there that do put thier clients in line first, at the end of the day the decision comes to who has the highest and best offer and that is determined by the asset manager. As a REO listing agent, I personally submit every offer into the equator system as instructed to do by my asset manager. RIght now we are seeing lots of multiple offers on many homes especially the nice ones that are priced right. So perhpas just educate your buyers that they have to put thier best foot forward when making their offer. This may include not asking for closing costs etc if there are multiple offers on the home they want to buy. Ask if any of the offers are cash, ask if any are above asking price, we as REO agents can tell you that, we just cannot tell you what the numbers are the usual answer is yes we are above asking price and you need to come in with your highest and best offer. As for getting your own REO listings...that is a whole other animal in and of itself.
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Tue Apr 27, 2010
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Mon Dec 1, 2008
Dallas Texas answered:
Dont file bankruptcy approach each bank have your bank statements for the past 4 months, letter of hardship, work direct with lender It is amazing deals banks are accepting without having a foreclosure. You might offer a short sale with the banks which needs their approval. Would any of renters want to purchase the properties? ... more
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