Short Sales

Tehachapi Short Sale Sellers: Why is it so Important to Choose the right Real Estate Agent?

August 19, 2011

I used to think that choosing the right real estate agent when you are facing a short sale meant finding someone that was capable of dealing with the bank after you got an offer.  I’ve changed my mind.  Now, I’ve become convinced that although that is an important criteria, first you have to get to [...]

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What’s the Worst Thing a Distressed Tehachapi Homeowner Can Do?

March 21, 2011

There’s a pretty simple answer to the title question.  What is the worst thing a distressed Tehachapi homeowner can do? Nothing!  Yeah, that’s the worst thing. Then why do so many folks that are struggling with a mortgage they can no longer afford on a house that is worth less than they owe do exactly [...]

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Tehachapi Short Sales: Are Lenders So Desperate They Will Accept Any Offer?

January 31, 2011

Tehachapi CA – Have you heard the following myths about short sales? Myth #1: You can buy short sales for dirt cheap and then turn around and resell them for a profit. Myth #2: Foreclosures, Short Sales, and Bank Owned Homes can be bought for 30 to 50 cents on the dollar with no money [...]

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Tehachapi (Kern County) Homeowners Concerned about Foreclosure Should Seek Help Sooner

October 24, 2010

Are you a Tehachapi or Kern County homeowner?  Have you received a Notice of Default from your lender?  If so, that means you are already 90 days behind in making your payments.  Chances are you were pretty sure that trouble was on the horizon by the second month that you were struggling to meet your obligations. [...]

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Do You Have any Choice Other than Foreclosure on a Wells Fargo Loan?

October 5, 2010

Tehachapi homeowners facing foreclosure recently thought they caught a break when  several large lenders announced their plans to stop foreclosures while they sort out whether or not they have correctly issued Notices of Default.   Yesterday, Wells Fargo announced it’s plan to  go full steam ahead with foreclosures.  Wells Fargo also said that there would be no [...]

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