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Foreclosure in Norwalk : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Nov 1, 2011
Dan Tabit answered:
Inneedofhelp?
Are you behind on your payments? Sometimes when a borrower gets far enough behind the lender stops accepting individual payments and wants to work out a long term solution. This can included a repayment program, loan modification, short sale, deed in lieu of foreclosure or just outright foreclosure. Lenders will often try and work with you, if you get in touch with them. The critical thing is to be in touch with your servicing lender. ... more
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Thu Oct 27, 2011
Robert Chomentowski answered:
I would highly recommend contacting the VA Regional Center 1-888-869-0194 X4 . They are extremely helpful and pick the phone right up. Good to get that info direct from the source.
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Thu Oct 27, 2011
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Thu Oct 27, 2011
Emily Knell answered:
Contact their District Office at 916-653-2573. They're the only ones you should trust for a straight answer vs. most lawyers or Realtors who may not be experts in the Cal Vet rules arena.

EmilyKnell1@yahoo.com
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Realtor Since 1996
Main Street Realtors
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Thu Oct 27, 2011
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I think you may mean a notice of default. They will probably want all past due funds and legal fees to take it out of default though. But you never know call them and see if you can work out something.

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Wed Apr 28, 2010
Rick Manzanares answered:
You can register yourself at the court house, you will need to show them Cashier Checks after which they will put you on the approved list. Good Luck
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Tue Jun 16, 2009
Antoinette M. Montreal answered:
Hello Brett,
I have over 13 years of real estate experience, but have not worked a foreign buyer yet. If you give me some details of where you live now and what you are looking to buy. I will do the research and get back to you. I can utilize a network of professional to assist me.
Sincerely,
Antoinette M. Montreal
Keller Williams Realty
Ant@AntSells.com
www.AntSells.com
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Wed Apr 29, 2009
Brad Davidson answered:
Hi Ignacio,

I can set you up with a search that will automatically send you any type of listing you want, directly to your email. You just let me know if you see something you like and I'll get you more information on that particular property and arrange for you to see the inside.

I share my commissions with my clients and will give you back up to two percent of the purchase price as a rebate from my commission.

Give me a call if you want more information on my rebate program and I'll get you set up with a search and you can start getting listings today.

Brad Davidson - Broker
714-961-8442
www.wehelpubuy.com
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Sat May 24, 2014
M.D.J answered:
Yes but how bad depends on how the lender reports it to the bureaus and what was negotiated.
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Thu Nov 15, 2007
Brandie answered:
Hi George,

Sorry to read of your illness.

I'm sure you will get many real estate related answers given this site. Mine would be one of them. First, are you looking for short term or long term investments? That could change some of the answers.

Personally, after consulting a diverse group of non-biased professionals, I might look for an opportunity fund - what some may call a 'vulture' fund - to make investments in real estate, specifically single family housing. Regardless of the swirl, real estate will remain a great long-term investment (people will always need housing, right?) I would bet you can count on ~10% gain per year if you were to stay in for ~10 years. Also, I would shy away from commercial investments right now due to the compressed cap margins.

Housing in Mexico is also doing well. Financing can be tricky and rates a bit high, but with the the Mexican Government creating the fideicomiso you can own property. Speculators seem to have driven the market up over the last few years, so I'm not sure what appreciation you would see moving forward - but I'm happy to refer you to some people I know that can give you deeper information if you like. I can also refer you to trusts I know of, if that is of interest.

Hope that helps!

Brandie
Brandie@northpointgroup.com
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