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Foreclosure in Vista : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Jan 2, 2014
John Arendsen answered:
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Thu Jan 2, 2014
Patrick Fields answered:
You will receive notice in writing advising you of the new owner and the method for you to make rent payments. Also, you can always check with your local county courthouse where deeds are recorded. ... more
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Tue Nov 15, 2011
Anna M Brocco answered:
For as long as the landlord remains the owner, the rent needs to be paid in accordance to your lease; for any necessary legal advice, consult with an attorney who specializes in real estate... ... more
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Fri May 7, 2010
Joan Wilson answered:
Make your payment. I will hurt your credit. Borrow money against a credit card...None of us can tell you what to do, but missing with your home or your credit right now...is not a good thing to do.

Good luck,

Joan Wilson (Realtor, SRES, Ecobroker)


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Prudential California Realty
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Wed Sep 9, 2009
Cm answered:
you should definitely check out this mortgage relief program, at the following link ...

http://www.myfico.com/MortgageRelief/

Hope it helps
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Tue Jun 9, 2009
Tam331 asked:
I am a lender on a plant nursery in Vista, CA. The trustor has filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy and I have beentold, by the attorney, that I cannot start foreclosure until September when...
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Wed Jul 22, 2009
Keith Manson- Metro Milwaukee Wisconsin answered:
It will take some time. I am not sure about in california, but normally there is a confirmation after the sale then a writ to start the eviction and then a eviction. So a minium of 30 days after sale and maybe longer depending on the investor and mortgage insurer. FHA and VA loans can have significant delays. Also if the mortgagor files bankruptcy a major delay can happen. ... more
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Sun Nov 2, 2008
Frances Flynn Thorsen answered:
A buyer typically obtains financing from a source other than the lender that is selling the property. There are some lenders who finance their own foreclosures, but in those instances the financing is based upon market value of the property and new paperwork is drawn. Loan assumptions are uncommon in foreclosure financing. ... more
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Wed Mar 10, 2010
Isaac Bensussen answered:
Sasha: Are you living in your property? Is this your primary residence? As the previous agent mentioned, there are many possibilities. A short sale, bankruptcy, a deed in lieu of foreclosure, a foreclosure, etc. I will be happy to offer you my free advice after learning a little bit more about your misfortunes. Where is your home located? Are there many foreclosures in your area? All these questions need to be answered. I will be happy to give you my free advice.You can call me at 619-392-4344. ... more
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Thu Jul 28, 2011
Deborah Madey answered:
You need to consult w/ a bankruptcy attorney who will be well versed in foreclosure law and be able to guide you based upon your total assets and liabilities. The best strategy for you is to know and understand your options. To fully understand, you will an attorney to look at the entire picture. ... more
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Wed Jan 9, 2008
Tisza Major-Posner answered:
Hi Melanie,

Welcome to Trulia and thanks for asking this question.

You might want to continue paying just the HOA's until the property sells to prevent them from having the ability to file a lawsuit against you. You should also read through your CC&R's to see if the situation is covered. Another thing to consider is the fact that you are adding to your credit damage by having yet another outstanding bill.

I wish you good luck in finding a buyer quickly for your condo so that you and your family can move forward easier.

I hope this helps. Have a terrific day!

Tisza Major-Posner, Realtor, Keller Williams
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