by Steve Cook | July 18, 2012 | on Orange County Real Estate Deals | no comments
The discounts on distress sales are critical for investors. Discounts− the price differences between “normal,” full value properties and a distress sales like foreclosures or short sales−set the parameters for capital gains when a property is sold, especially in markets with modest price appreciation. All things being equal, the greater the discount the greater the potential gain.Discounts for foreclosures versus short sales have been undergoing some fascinating and unanticipated cha
by OrangeCountyRealEstateDeals.com | July 29, 2011 | on Orange County Wholesale Real Estate | 3 comments
I am 21 years old and there is a property next door that i wld like 2 wholesale. it has really good terms. i called this real estate investor that bought a house from me in the summer to see if he cld help me but he didnt want to. alot of ppl act that way probably bc im young & i dont look a day over 15. the guy was like your going to need a bank and the banks dont want to lend out any money. and i was like i dont need a bank bc im trying to wholesale, besides these ppl are so motivaed they
by OrangeCountyRealEstateDeals.com | June 1, 2011 | on Orange County REO's & Bank Houses | no comments
The best way to avoid foreclosure is to make mortgage payments on time and in accordance with the mortgage. Come up with a temporary payment plan by contacting the lender with help from a civil mediator in this free video on foreclosure law. Expert: Robert Todd Bio: Robert Todd is the managing partner and president of Robert M. Todd, PA and Family Law Solutions. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz
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by OrangeCountyRealEstateDeals.com | May 6, 2011 | on Orange County REO's & Bank Houses | 25 comments
Despite what mainstream media calls a recovering economy, the reality is Americans are still losing their house to foreclosure. The foreclosure crisis is far from over and it is apparent as Main St. continues to struggle. Author Nomi Prins believes there is clearly a lack of connection between Washington and the reality everyday Americans.
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by OrangeCountyRealEstateDeals.com | July 19, 2010 | on Orange County Homes For Sale | 2 comments
I have a 5 year ARM and it is up in Dec. I had to let go of my second property in AZ. My credit is shot. (Aurora Bank strung me and my cash buyers out for 7 months before still Foreclosing on the house) I ran out of savings. My parents have been helping me pay my bills but that money has just about run out. I just got a corporate part time job with a strong possibility of full time hours soon, so I show an Income to Refi. US Banks says since my home is an "Investor Owned" loan and it's
by OrangeCountyRealEstateDeals.com | July 14, 2010 | on Orange County REO's & Bank Houses | 2 comments
I have a 5 year ARM and it is up in Dec. I had to let go of my second property in AZ. My credit is shot. (Aurora Bank strung me and my cash buyers out for 7 months before still Foreclosing on the house) I ran out of savings. My parents have been helping me pay my bills but that money has just about run out. I just got a corporate part time job with a strong possibility of full time hours soon. US Banks says since my home is an "Investor Owned" loan and it's not a freddie Mac or Mae ho
by OrangeCountyRealEstateDeals.com | June 27, 2010 | on Orange County Foreclosures | 21 comments
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by OrangeCountyRealEstateDeals.com | April 10, 2010 | on Orange County Real Estate Deals | 2 comments
How can I answer this?
5.How much down
7.What is the total you would pay after 15 years
9.How much down
11.What is the total you would pay after 30 years
Orange County, california.
Thanks but which banks would you recommend? Great advice!
0,000 to 750,000
If I must choose one, it would be 600,000
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by OrangeCountyRealEstateDeals.com | March 31, 2010 | on Orange County REO's & Bank Houses | one comment
Small family of 3 looking to purchase a house, townhome or condo in Orange County, CA. Good credit 730+, solid income 0/yr household, first time buyers: looking to purchase home between now and the next year or so. I hear banks are reducing costs on homes they own and want to get people like us into a loan we can afford. Where can I collect this information. How can we take advantage of the current housing market since we refrained from accepting a sub-prime loan we couldn't afford when everyone