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Your Questions About Foreclosures

Your Questions About Foreclosures

Nancy asks…

How do I find houses for sale from tax foreclosures without paying some service?

What state/fedreal agency websites should I go to?

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

Go to your county’s sheriff department website and click on sheriff sales. My county lists what homes are up for sheriff auction and you can click on the parcel number and it will show you the property, recent sales, taxes and a description for the home. You can even go to zaba.com after you have the address of a house your interested in and see a picture of the house and property from all angles and so much more info. Hope this helps.

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Sandy asks…

If I file bankrupcy will that automatically stop the foreclosure sale of my house?

foreclosure sale set for today at 2pm. heading down to court house to file for backruptcy, this morning.
I live in AZ. and my lender has been lying, cheating…. she even took out a 2nd mortgage on MY HOUSE! we just want to stop the sale so we can show the court what’s she’s been doing.
I did the credit counselling course over the phone last night, have my printed certificate in hand.

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

It ALWAYS someone else’s fault, isn’t it?

SIGH!

NO, it’s too late to get out of it now. It’s not as easy to file for bankruptcy now as it used to be – for the very reason that people used it as a loophole to deny their own financial responsibility.

Sorry. You’re just going to have to face the music on this one.

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George asks…

House up for sale possible of foreclosure?

My brother and I bought a house in 2003, we were both responsible for the payments between the two. He bailed in late 2003 and my girlfriends mom decided to be kind enough to make the house current. Brother decides one day to come back and claim what was once his and i moved out, because he claimed he could handle the house on his own. I became aware that he is late over 4 mths in payments. Since im also on the loan i’ve been getting promotional letters from lawyers that the house is on the Sheriff Sale for July. We also have a real estate agent in our family and i just saw that she posted up the house for sale a week ago. So my question is since he is so late on the house payments and the house is up for sale now, can it still be foreclosed???? I bought this house with him out of a favor, he didnt have any credit and was starting a family.

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

You can possibly get an injection on the Sheriff sale if as a co-owner you have not received proper note. Suggest you see a property attorney as soon as possible, contact the mortgage company telling him you never received notice.
If you can come up with the pass payments, plus pentalties, plus attorney fees, you may be able to salvage your credit and reduce your loses.
If you can not get any of the above done, you will probably receive a bill for the difference in what the house sells for and the expenses the mortage company incurred to sell it.
It appears to me you maybe forced into bankruptcy to avoid a major debt.
Your credit is already shot, because the none payments have already been posted, and upon the Sheriff Sale the foreclosure will appear.
Sugguest you don’t throw a lot of money into trying to solve this problem if you do not readly have the funds.

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Robert asks…

does anybody know what citys in california, has the cheapest and nicest house on sale?

or does anybody know good websites to look for foreclosures, short sales ect. thanks.

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

Try the high desert communities of San Bernadino, Los Angeles, and Kern Counties for Southern California

Victorville, Lancaster, Palmdale (Antelope Valley), Hesperia, Barstow, Mojave, Rosamond

The Antelope Valley area has been in top 5 fastest growing areas in the U.S. For the last decade….up until this recession. There are a lot of foreclosures in that area with the prices often less than half of what they were. Probably 40% of the homes are less than 10 years old. Where else in California can you buy a 3200 sq ft home that sold new five years ago for $400,000-$500,000 and are now selling for $200,000-280,000 or less? It has 1/2 million people living there and is about an one hour commute to the San Fernando Valley.

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John asks…

Best free websites for viewing house-for-sale listings?

I am trying to buy a house whether it’s a foreclosure, short sale or regular listing. What is the best website for viewing real-time listings? I am looking at trulia but it doesn’t update as soon as the homes are listed. I am looking for a site that updates listings daily.

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

Check out these web sites: Realtor.com, Zillow.com, Move.com and if you are in S.California theHomesteadGallery.com

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