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Fri Mar 29, 2013
Jose Ixmay answered:
Good Morning. This home last sold in July/2009 and it does not appear like it is currently on the market.

Let me know if I can be of further assistance?


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Wed Apr 17, 2013
RK Williams answered:
Has you question been answered? If not contact me for assistance...
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Mon Mar 18, 2013
Cindy Davis answered:
I think you really need to look at what is in writing. If you have a lease or rental contract in effect, that is still the source for what can and can't be done.
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Wed Jan 2, 2013
Michael Huffman answered:
You should continue working directly with your attorney and direct all question to them.
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Sun Dec 23, 2012
Michael Cheng answered:
Yeah, $260/sqft would be reasonable. $260 is a bit low for any home.
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Mon Dec 10, 2012
Edith Karoline Jasser answered:
This is not a question that can be answered or should be answered by any Realtor. There are several reasons, one is legal, because any recommendation and guiding a client away from certain areas could and would be considered steering, which is against the law.

Furthermore what one family considers a good place another family does not. So who can tell.....

A local area Realtor, of course can give you information about a variety of things, available parks,
bike trails, shopping centers, transportation etc., but when it comes to other neighborhood specifics
you need to do the research on your own..... like population, school reports, crime statistics etc.
They can all be found on the internet... and a local Realtor of course can guide you to the various
websites available, but at the end you need to do your own research and figure out what your own
preferences would be.

Once my buyer clients have narrowed it down to certain areas, I strongly always suggest to them
to drive through the neighborhoods at different times and days, to get a feel for the area they intend
to move into, visit the local police dept. etc. etc.

Good Luck in your home search, if you need the recommendation of a local experienced Realtor, let us know, we gladly send you recommendations. By the way do not do it on your own.... an experienced Buyers Agent on your side is so helpful, paying attention to all the details, negotiating the best terms and price on your behalf and guiding you with expertise through the entire process up to a successful closing.... But most of all the service is free to you, as buyers agents are
usually paid from the proceeds of the seller at the closing, all is required from YOU is your commitment to ONE Realtor and your loyalty to that one Realtor.....

So much better than doing it alone, plus you will have one valuable resource for all your concerns and questions...

Hope this helps...

Most Sincerely yours,
Edith YourRealtor4Life and your Chicago and Northern Illinois and RElocation Expert
Working always in the very BEST interest of her clients at @Properties North Shore
Edith speaks French, German, Spanish & more
Get to know Edith and her Service her website is
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Thu Mar 13, 2014
Ernest C. Ochoa answered:
Very dificult to answer, the bank is in a situation that nobody wants to be, they don't want to lose money, they don't really have to answer, at this point they have control of the situation. They don't have to sell, probably looking for the best alternate, and primarly number one reason few agents don't want to work the short sale industry and must of all takes to long, the are going to be doing and/or running one or two BPO ( Broker's Opinion of Value ) and or appreisol, febore they can give you an anwser, how ever you are going to be paying what we call in the market, fair market price, nothing else nothing more, as a tipycal seller they don't have to pay any closing cost, and remember everything is negociable, please fill free to call me any time. Thanks 24/7/365 a year ... more
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Tue Jan 1, 2013
Sergio Rojas answered:
It all depends, the best thing to do will be to contact an experienced real estate agent or an attorney. You could buy extra time doing different actions, but it will depend on what is YOUR SITUATION at this moment.
You could also try to do a short sale and you might be able to not only stay at your house while this process is being done, but you could also be able to get some money for relocation assistance.

The most important is that you would need to hire somebody with experience in this field to assist you.

I would be happy to help you!

Sergio Rojas
Nationwide Realty
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Fri Nov 30, 2012
Jory Blake answered:
Sorry to hear...There are a couple ways....(1) Provide your property address to a Realtor and ask them to check ,or (2) Call the trustee department noted on your Notice to Sale posting,or documents will need the sale # .

Jory Blake
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Sun Nov 18, 2012
Ron Thomas answered:
We get a lot of questions about Lease/Option on Trulia;
and I am quick to caution people about the pitfalls of doing that:
It would sound to me that that is basically what you had, and it really fizzled on you.
I would hope that potential Buyers would see this and maybe be forewarned.

No matter how you got to where you are; you are in the situation that a lot of Tenants find themselves:
The Banks all listen to beat of their own drummer, and we cannot predict when the axe will fall:
What you are looking for is the Notice of Trustee Sale, pinned to your door. That could arrive soon, or maybe, later.
I would be that you have a while; but that is just a W.A.G.
When the Trustee Sale is scheduled; and assumiong that the Bank buys it back, (odds are), then you will have 2-5 weeks before their Listing Agent knocks on your door, negotiates with you and gives you 30 days to exit. This may/should include Cash-for-Keys.

In the meantime, save every penny you can; you will need it.

Good luck and may God bless
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Fri Jul 20, 2012
Yalmar Zelaya answered:
The rental rates in Rialto vary by the number of rooms and location. North Rialto is where I live and the homes are renting between one thousand dollars up to twenty-five hundred dollars. If your interested in my services give me a call. I can help you look through the multiple listing service and get a daily list emailed to you daily. ... more
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Wed Apr 17, 2013
The Buyers Group answered:
I have a team of agents who will be glad to work with you. Contact us and let us see what we can find for you.


The Buyers Group
Keller Williams Realty
909-945-0659 - office - email
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Sun Nov 18, 2012
John Arendsen answered:
Don't give anybody any money until you speak with an experience RE attorney who specializes in eviction issues. Just do a google search in your immediate area and you should be able to find one. ... more
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Tue Jun 26, 2012
The Buyers Group answered:
Hi, Guy!

Yes there are. Contact me and I will put you in touch with one of my agents who specializes in this. That's what we do -- we help buyers!

The Buyers Group
Keller Williams Realty
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Wed Apr 25, 2012
Daniel Harms answered:
Hi Mireya,

What are of Fontana are you looking in? Call me or email me and I would be happy to assist you.

Daniel Harms
Tarbell Realtors - Upland
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Fri Feb 8, 2013
John Reveles answered:
The amount of time that you have before you will need to move out is going to depend on if he house actually sells at auction or not. If it does, then you will be contacted by the new owner who may or may not be an investor. You can usually negotiate with the new owner to arrange a move out date. Sometimes they may give you a financial incentive to move out faster. In my experience the average time a person has to move out of their home after a foreclosure sale is between 30 to 60 days. I hope this helps. ... more
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Tue Mar 6, 2012
Ruth and Perry Mistry answered:
Get in touch with the Agents having the most Bank Owned homes on the front yard.

Call them and offer your services, meet them at their office,

Have a flyer ready as to what you and your wife can provide in services to help them sell the house

Also check

Good luck.
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Sat Aug 24, 2013
Ron Thomas answered:
There are many questions which could come out of your statement;

But you didn't ask a question.

I will tell you to be very careful; Lease/Options can be very dangerous,
The terms and the working can get you in a whole lot of trouble.

Good luck and may God bless
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