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Eugenio August 26, 2012 at 3:25 pm

By the way I’m not saying short sales are bad mind you. I’m just clfyiaring that lenders are more than willing for Deed in Lieus. Typically short sales benefit the borrower (and many times the lenders) though this isn’t a cookie cutter one-size-fits-all optioin. It always depends on the circumstances. Realtors, however, will always try to push for a short sale. +1Was this answer helpful?


Robyn August 26, 2012 at 3:55 pm

I only do this on Non Owner Occ. properties, in CO we have some new laws that make flipping even the LLC or Trust beneficial interest a NO-NO. Even if you get an acceptance letter with no resale for 60 days, you just sell the entity. This works for properties your selling to cash or hard money buyers. Flipping to owner occupants getting traditional financing, not going to fly because of the entity they need to close in their own name to get that kind of loan.


Diana August 26, 2012 at 4:02 pm

Fannie and Freddie own all the homes and DO NOT have to sell anything bscauee we the people gave them a blank check. Just wait til the dollar collapses. You wont be able to give them away. What a scam.


Alda August 26, 2012 at 5:09 pm

I don’t know any realtors who take as much time to get iovelvnd & interactive as you. This website is a fantastic way to bridge that gap. I’m not in the market to buy today, but if I am, I’ll be sure to hit you up. Thank you! Reply


Viliam August 26, 2012 at 7:43 pm

You have to have a connection with the repo coipnames who pay around 5-6% of the purchase price to the listing company/agent. Sometimes you can connect with them online. Chase Home Finance, Homesteps, Wells Fargo are a few of the more common ones. Check with the local banks too. They often have repo properties that they’ll pay a commission for the sale of. You have to be a licensed agent or broker though.


Kanwal August 27, 2012 at 4:10 am

There’s usually many things people won’t do to be successful. Only YOU can decide what you WILL do to make it happen. there are plenty of ways without asking a relative. Money finds GOOD DEALS. If you can put a good deal together you’ll find the money. Most of my investors are NOT relatives FYI.


Hbk August 27, 2012 at 8:16 am

Attorneys can’t do any more than you. They call the same numbers and send the same poerpwark. You’ll just end up $3500 poorer.Chase is one of the worst. Employees of Chase openly admitted that they are told to give applicants the run-around. The number of people who get mods is staggeringly low.Recently, there was a piece in the news saying close to 50% of the people trying to get into the program drop out. Do you think that they suddenly lost interest in trying to keep their homes?


Pooja August 27, 2012 at 9:36 am

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Norma August 27, 2012 at 6:53 pm

We’ve been dealing with the loan modification for 13 months. Chase bank, who sucks so bad, told us they would give us a permanent loan modification after we made 3 trial mod payments; the loan mod never happened. They say we they want to help but it’s all just a bogus act of good faith. They string you along so that you keep sending your money to them. We’ve never, ever been screwed with like we have with Chase.


Sanaa August 27, 2012 at 9:29 pm

Jim – you really do not have the facts on this one – they want to take adduijcated properties and place housing on them – not rehab currently occupied housing. The folks on the blog have no idea what they are talking about. We have one project in this area that is in deplorable condition and it perpetuates because it is federally funded. We do not need anymore of this in our community. They dont pay taxes, they tax our ambulance services, emergency rooms, police departments and the like – be happy as each one goes vacant – it gets condemned – torn down – nothing rebuilt in its place – sooner or later – it will all be gone and we can redevelope that area


Ukiez August 27, 2012 at 9:34 pm

I too think that this loan modification is a big joke. More than likley you will be denied and not qualify for any other program that your bank may offer. I am disillusioned and very, very upset with this entire process. I had 2 aneuryms and have yet to return to work. I am looking but have not found anything yet. I am going to lose my house. I got a 3 month forbearance and now they want all the back payments.


Rico August 27, 2012 at 9:38 pm

Don’t hire an attorney to modify your loan. Stop paying your mortgage and your bank will automatically modify your loan and give you a great deal. There is no need to go through the aggravation process of applying for a loan modification. Just stop paying your mortgage and you bank will do it for you.


Liz August 27, 2012 at 10:06 pm

Ryan, always enjoy your petivecrspe!Foreclosures and short sales are really a different product and a product that in 4-5 years will likely be very small again. Given that the traditional product is still selling and thus competing with the foreclosure short sale product on value already, then when considering all the homes that are not foreclosures or bank owned, their value is best established by comparing them to the same.Kelly Blue Book reports different values for the same vehicle based on condition and whether it is a private party sale or a retail (dealer) sale. Looking at Median Sales Price across all sales is the same as counting all Ford Explorer prices the same regardless of condition or who sells it under what situation.What you will also find is that in areas where there have been the most foreclosures, Traditional Seller prices have also fallen the furthest so the pricing influence of foreclosures is very strong! Reply


Sam August 27, 2012 at 11:46 pm

You bet but in the case of identical prortpeies in a condo building with just different types of distress, a Traditional Sale that closes most definitely competed on condition and terms of sale to arrive at the price. Some buildings are all/nearly all distressed but many more have just some foreclosures.I’ve got new construction condos in New Hope in a building with no foreclosures but we’ve had to reprice several times over the last couple years to compete with foreclosures, but not at a dollar-for-dollar level. I’ve sold 2 of the remaining 4 units in just the last 2 weeks. Reply


Rodrigo August 28, 2012 at 1:28 am

There is no more NORMAL. Every foreclosure I’ve lokoed at is severely damaged. The banks offer no warranty… yet. When the banks are desperate enough to GIVE you the extra cash to fix these places, then buy. The longer these properties sit unsold, the worse they fall into disrepair. The banks are still acting like they have the upper hand … that WILL change. There will be more tax incentives to buy as well … wait for it.


Tommi August 28, 2012 at 2:49 am

Flipping only works in a rising market. It’s basically the same thing as pyramid selling, only you pretend that a granite counter has added the value.Game over for the next three years.


Asel August 28, 2012 at 2:59 am

It sure looks like all these people are missng the point here. Bossier City is not trying to add additional housing projects. They are simply improving those that already exist. As tax paying citizens we should want our local government going after these funds. Because if we don’t get them somebody else will.


Erkan August 28, 2012 at 3:15 am

looking to buy reo in north highlands Sacramento as a investment property to rent out for my sister, i would be interested in an fha loan on a property that is reo and around 60 thousand, with possible rehab loan, could u recommend a reo agent in this area, also my credit in not so great but my parents are will to co sign and have extreamly high creit rating….any help would be great ….thanks


Sevda August 28, 2012 at 3:23 am

My Bossier Parish Friends, Little did I know that by writing the truth I would have risead such turmoil. All of my life, I have met opposition head on and have always stood up against those who whould trod on those who could not defend themselves. I have spent my life in the service of others, and, this will be no exception. I will represent ALL Bossier Parish residents equally without bias. The job of Sheriff demands it. I will never tarnish my family name nor the high office of Bossier Parish Sheriff. I will run the Sheriff’s office like a business and spend the tax payers funds as if it were my own. I will be frugel and thrifty. My friends inside the Bossier Sheriff’s office have been threatened with their jobs if they have any contact with me. They have warned me of pending evil that heads my way. They give me this information even though they risk termination. I ask, is this the dealings of an honest man or Sheriff’s office? Every answer should be “No!” I stand by my article because it is the truth, and , I will be forging ahead with more things that I observed while employed by the Bossier Sheriff’s office that are dishonest and illegal. I stand for truth and justice and even though I will be persecuted for it, I know it, and I know that God knows it, and I will not deniy it. I appreciate all who stand for justice and stand behind me, and, I hope all those who stand behind Sheriff Deen would take a step back and observe the true man that he is and truly ask yourself the honest question, “Is he the man I want to follow?” If Deen is, by all means, follow him. If not, then let me prove to all that I AM the right man for the job. I again pledge that there will be honor and integrity within the walls of the sheriff’s office when I am elected on October 22nd. Thanks,Mike McConnell


Iis August 28, 2012 at 5:19 am

In rebuttal to all the ngietave comments on this site let me say this.When Sheriff Deen took office, the department was still in the dark ages. Since 1988 he has brought the department and Bossier Parish into the 21st century. Every division within the agency is first class, second to none. A lot of these complainers must still think it is 1980. First Class is not cheap but nothing worth having is. When Sheriff Deen took office patrol deputies had to share patrol cars and the department had to buy used vehicles from other agencies. Bossier Parish now has state of the art correction facilities as well as a P.O.S.T. certified training academy complete with state of the art firearm ranges. The Sheriff’s Office is more accessible to everyone in the parish with substations north and south of the parish seat. I could go on and on about the improvements Sheriff Deen has made for the department and for Bossier Parish. All the comments about terrible and illegal things Sheriff Deen has done – name one.Is it illegal to pay employees a livable wage? No. Is it illegal to provide his executive assistant with a vehicle? No. Is it illegal to expect loyalty from his employees? No. If he had done so many illegal and terrible things he would have been in jail already.The Sheriff’s Office is audited on a regular basis by State and independent CPA’s. If anything irregular was found it would have been on every television station and in the newspaper as well.Buy the way, I do not attend his church and am not one of his “privileged few” as you put it. Mr McConnell and his supporters need to stop trying to tarish Sheriff Deen with their water fountain gossip and if ya’ll know so much about the Sheriff why can’t you spell his name correctly?


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