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Wed Sep 19, 2012
Laura Feghali answered:
Hi Katrina,
Sorry, but mortgages along with the other sale information are recorded in your town hall and are considered public records so they cannot be hidden.

Best wishes!

Laura Feghali
Prudential Connecticut Realty
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Sat Sep 15, 2012
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Sun Aug 22, 2010
Mack McCoy answered:
I'm reluctant to deliver bad news, but I think you'll find out that your lender has precedence over your parents' life estate, in which case, that life estate is extinguished when the bank takes over.

Best wishes,
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Sun Aug 8, 2010
Cliff Lewis answered:
Is your home for sale? Or is it listed by an agent?

The Zestimate is automatic for every home..

If your listing is not listed correct, I would contact your agent and have them correct it..

Good luck!
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Thu Apr 29, 2010
Leslie Reed answered:
The only time it is possible for the seller to "accept" more than one offer on their home is when they are a short sale and they are required to send all offers to the lenders). It isn't the seller who ultimately decides which offer to accept, but the lender(s).

If the home you made the offer on is not a short sale, then the seller should not be able to accept any other offers once they have accepted yours.
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Thu Jan 29, 2009
Terrence Charest answered:
Use a Realtor. Although the market is slow, if your home is marketed properly, priced right and looks great; there should be no problems in selling it.

As for the foreclosures, using a Realtor is the best way to find on. Moving between states will also mean that you will need one Realtor to list your home and one to purchase in NJ. Unless, of course, you find one with a license in both states. ... more
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