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Wed May 22, 2013
Bill Eckler answered:
As you may have heard or read, we are in a "changing" real estate market......your market is evidently experiencing great changes!
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Wed May 22, 2013
Rocky G.H. Hawrysz answered:
The best thing to do if you can't afford your payment is to consider Short Sale selling. But more importantly finding a new place is priority. Getting into the Short Sale process could also delay a foreclosure allowing you more time to find a good home.

I feel for you and hope everything goes well. Let us know if we can answer anymore questions.

Best regards,

Rocky G.H. Hawrysz
Prudential California Realty
(209) 444-6610 Direct
(209) 433-2000 Fax
License No. 01468373
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Wed Oct 17, 2012
Ron Thomas answered:
They say you can't choose your family!

President Obama signed a bill protecting Tenants in the event of a situation like this.
Google "tenant's rights, california"; you will see a bunch including HUD.GOV

Your moving should have nothing to do with the Escrow Closing.
At this point, you may question anything you hear from them.

Good luck and may God bless
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Fri Feb 7, 2014
Henry Brooks answered:
I own 8 properties with 28 tenants, so I say rent the condo and purchase your bigger dream home in Modesto or Ripon! Start your passive income stream for retirement....Call or text me anytime @ 209-814-0119...I would love to help:-) Henry Brooks

Henry F. Brooks II (HB2)
Realtor, Branch Manager
BMC Real Estate
101B W. Main St. Ripon, CA 95366
Direct: 209.814.0119
Fax: 209.254.6727
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Mon Jun 8, 2009
Jessica Zepeda answered:
Hi Paulina,
The property went pending on 5/20/2009. The sold price will not be known until the property has sold. Please let me know if you have any other questions.

My Best,
Jessica Zepeda
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Tue Feb 4, 2014
Pacita Dimacali answered:
Most listing agents would include a disclosure package from companies like Disclosure Source or Property I.D. that should have information on whether or not the property in question is subject to Mello Roos.

If you're representing yourself, or if the property is for sale by owner, this is the kind of information you should insist upon.

As for inspectors, there are quite a few. You can choose companies like LandAmerica that can do pest inspection, roof inspection, property inspection, etc. You can also visit the website for American Society of Home Inspectors to find ASHI certified inspectors in your area

If you are represented by a realtor, these are questions he/she can answer for you. Most of us would have a list of resources for such services.

Take care and good luck!
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Sat Mar 22, 2008
Deborah Madey answered:
Who did the attorney represent? You or the buyer? If he/she is "your" representative, then contact him/her for advice. If the attorney represented the buyer, I would not contact that attorney, and risk saying anything that could prove disadvantageous to your position. If that attorney was the buyer representative, go find your own legal counsel to address the issue of an "as-is" sale to the buyer's attorney. ... more
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Wed Sep 21, 2011
Christina Oneal answered:
Hi Michelle, Have you checked out the different neighborhoods to see where you want to be for 4 to 5 years? If you want to buy a home you should check out the trends in the market specifically where you are looking at. I can email you a two year history report that shows you some interesting things about supply & demand in the area. ... more
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Wed May 22, 2013
Linda Paone answered:
I would suggest trying to sell your home. Not letting the bank foreclose on it. Try and work with your bank and let them know that you have listed your home and are trying to sell it. Most of the time they would prefer to see it sold rather than foreclose on it. It costs them a lot of time, money and effort to foreclose. There are also government programs out there to help you get back on track or even emergency assistance to help with your mortgage if you qualify. Check out all the resources before jumping into bankruptcy or foreclosure. It may be hard work but it will be worth it in the long run. ... more
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