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Home Buying in North Highlands : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Nov 14, 2012
kevin farrell answered:
Hi again Leisa,

It's been pending sale since 7/30/12. It was a short sale and they can take a while to close escrow.
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Tue Sep 17, 2013
Keisha Mathews answered:
Hello Hillarytop22

Your best answer will be determined by a good loan officer, not a REALTOR. REALTORs typically specialize in the property side, not the financial side. Although, there are some agnts who profess to do both.

Below are some lender referrals near your area who I would recommend. Start here.


Padi Goodspeed
Senior Mortgage Banker
People's Bank
4030 Truxel Rd
Sacramento, Ca 95835
916-257-9435 Direct Line
888-705-6299 efax
pgoodspeed@bankingunusual.com



Kelly Redmond
Partners Mortgage
1687 Eureka Road Suite 100 RosevilleCA 95661
Direct Line 916.960.0368 Cell 916.505.5914
Fax # 916.782.9949


Donald Broussard | Mortgage Advisor MLO-274247
Alpine Mortgage Planning
2281 Lava Ridge Court, Suite 210
Roseville, CA95661
p 916.677.1199 | c 916.837.6433 | f 916.888.1225
DBroussard@alpinemc.com
www.alpinemc.com
www.alpinemc.com/DonaldBroussard


Tim Clark, Mortgage Advisor
Big Valley Mortgage
916-412-5023 C
916-471-0131 F
Tim.Clark@apmortgage.com
www.bigvalleymortgage.com/tim-clark
DRE 01373690 – MLO 273826

Hope that helps!!

Keisha Mathews, REALTOR®
CDPE®, HRC®, HAFA® Certified
The Short Sale Lady(sm)
Century 21 Landmark Network
(916) 370-1803 cell/direct
(916) 405-3886 fax
keisha.mathews@century21.com
www.SheSoldItForMe.com
lic#: 01439130
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Sun Feb 9, 2014
Constantine K. answered:
Try Deno Merziotis at Prudential California Real Estate.
He is the best negotiator in California when it comes to investor owned properties.

Good Luck!!!
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Wed Oct 6, 2010
Don Tepper answered:
They can ask that. Sure. However, check your offer, and check with your Realtor. Very likely, you can get out of the purchase because the house didn't appraise for the amount you agreed on.

Alternatively, you can ask that the sales price be lowered to (or below) the appraisal amount, and still ask for closing costs.

The problem is the sellers anticipated receiving a certain amount of money from the sale, based on the anticipated sales price. Now that the price has to be lowered (because of the lower appraisal), they want to make up some of the difference elsewhere. And they want to do that by no longer agreeing to pay closing costs.

Check with your Realtor for the various options.
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Wed Oct 6, 2010
Fred Griffin answered:
Greetings from Florida.

Show the Broker this question you posted here on Trulia.
See if they can justify their actions.

Working with short sales and banks can be very difficult even for seasoned Brokers.
They may have a valid excuse.
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Are you obligated to work with this Real Estate Broker?
Do you have a signed Buyer Brokerage Agreement or similar Contract binding you to work with them?

If not, perhaps you should move on to another Real Estate Agent.
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If you feel a complaint is justified:

You could speak to their Broker or Manager if they are not a Broker-Owner.

If you feel they violated a Law,
you can complain to the California Department of Real Estate

http://dre.ca.gov/cons_complaint.html
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Best wishes to you,
Fred
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