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Your Questions About Foreclosures

Your Questions About Foreclosures

Betty asks…

Why are many construction companies continuing to build homes when so many are in foreclosure?

Where I live in Northern California, there are several new home developments going up, and just as many homes on foreclosure listings,to me it doesn’t make sense to keep building homes, that people obviously can’t afford.

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The Expert answers:

They are really only completeing existing projects (in the pipeline for a while, with some already sold) I also live in Norcal, and I know a LOT of construction workers w/o jobs! On one hand, it doesn’t make sense to keep building, but these guys are running out of jobs!

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David asks…

How do you get cheap foreclosure homes or short sales?

I am looking to buy a house and I am wondering how to get in on a short sale. I just want to pay what is left on the mortgage kind of thing? Do you know how I would find houses like this or how to go about doing this?

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The Expert answers:

There are some free seminars that provide all the Information on buying homes. Today the real estate market is very is unreal and the real estates are cheaters and is imposible to trust them. They manipulate the market on their best convenience. Most of the time when you see a short sale or any orher home with a great priceis unreal, the real estates manipulate the market in order to get it by it self or to some one they want to sell it. And if this is not the case, they make you to pay much more for that property making excuses to ge more, because they care about their own interest ,they don’t care about you as a buyer. Also, if you ask them for a house they show you only the homes they are selling just because they want to get all the comision for them selves, and if you ask them for other homes that they are not the sellers, they start making excuses because they don’t want to share the comision with the other real estate.
The cheapest prices on the real estate market are the ones that you can find in the action. You won’t be paying extra 10,000 or more for their services. You only need go to any bank like chase, wells fargo or other to aprove you, then find the list for the actions, then look for the house you want and check that house and see it befor the date of the actions. There are actions every where.

Look for it on the internet.

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Ruth asks…

What are the advantages and disadvantages of buying homes in foreclosure as opposed to the regular way?

I don’t know too much about foreclosure but the ads i see make it seem like houses are such a bargain and if it is, why isn’t everyone buying foreclosed homes?

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The Expert answers:

I don’t know the full details, but the person getting foreclosed upon has a certain amount of time to make a certain amount of payment and they can get their house back. Should that happen in the timeframe after you’ve moved in…you just lost your house.

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Sandy asks…

How do people find those foreclosure homes or other “bargain deals”?

Do these really exist or is it a scam? I am think about getting involved in house flipping and that seems like a natural place to start.

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The Expert answers:

Many of deals you see advertised are scams. It’s a tough market right now, and this is not the time to learn about flipping houses. If you know so little about real estate that you need to ask questions like that on YA will get burned trying to flip houses.

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Mandy asks…

why do we have to register in order to see foreclosure homes online?

is there a website i can go to without registering? i don’t want agent calling me. i just want to browse.

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The Expert answers:

Simple one! So they can get your e-mail and then bombard you with junk and hound you for the next three years and then sell your e-mail on a list to others and it starts all over again.

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Your Questions About Foreclosures
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Your Questions About Foreclosures

Your Questions About Foreclosures