165 Homes set to foreclose any day now in San Clemente CA!

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165 Homes set to foreclose any day now in San Clemente CA!


Were they trying to modify their loans? The sad truth is that probably were. Loan modification hopes lead more people into foreclose than anything else I have seen. I remember in 2007, when I would work on short sales, the lenders would say to me. "Do your clients want to stay in their homes?" I would say yes and boom, loan mod. A year later the word loan mod became a buzz word and people were canceling their short sales left and right.

Now in 2010 we get conflicting stories from lenders and the government. Lenders have told me, "next year" no more postponing foreclosures, were done with that, either short sale or foreclosure", then the government says, we will require lenders to halt foreclosure when determining if the client qualified for a loan mod.


Who do you believe?


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Will everyone qualify? NO, but we need to find out as soon as possible.


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But I can't help you if you come to me at the last minute anymore. I am always happy to help people in my community, but the lenders have said, no more delays, no more foreclosure postponements.


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I WANT TO HELP YOU AVOID LANDING ON THIS LIST! CALL ME RIGHT AWAY FOR A CONFIDENTIAL APPT.


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Michael-Edward Cruz
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Rainmaker
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Stanley Stepak
Howard Hanna Gold- Avon Lake, OH - Avon Lake, OH
Realtor - Avon Lake, Avon, Bay Village, Westlake,

Those numbers are so sad. But it is the truth. People in these situations need to seriously look at their options now.  Don't weight and take a loss that you could have turned around for your benefit. Call now and get your self some positive help.

Dec 17, 2010 12:11 AM #1
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Michael-Edward Cruz
Surterre Properties - Monarch Beach, CA
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Agreed, And that didn't include the fresh foreclosures. Just the ones ready to foreclosure. 

Dec 17, 2010 12:20 AM #2
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Jon Quist
LONG REALTY - Tucson, AZ
Tucson's BUYERS ONLY Realtor since 1996

I thought San Clemente was a high end area. Was I wrong? We don't have many foreclosures in our high end areas. Buyers paid cash.

On another thought...banks lie! About everything, it seems.

Dec 17, 2010 12:35 AM #3
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Michael-Edward Cruz
Surterre Properties - Monarch Beach, CA
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Hi Jon,

San Clemente, could be considered high end coastal. Beautiful coastal mansions and inland "mini mansions" make up a large part of our market.  The problem here as in everywhere else it seems was that alot of the peoples wealth was in equity. Many of jobs here here were in Mortgages and Real Estate.

I think the combination of these factors helped fuel this. Short Sales and Bank Owned Sales were going down here and you were seeing Equity Sales here but you can see the wave coming fast and coming hard. Lenders are exercising their rights to foreclose in 2011. 

Oh I almost forgot, many of the then new homes were sold in 05 and 06 as well

Thank for your post.

Dec 17, 2010 12:45 AM #4
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Bill Pohl
Tetra Homes, Inc. - Loveland, OH

Michael - I certainly agree that modifications have been falsely promoted to homeowners in trouble. I just can't believe banks can't come up with another solution during this economic time. It certainly isn't good for them to write down billions of dollars.

Dec 17, 2010 02:12 AM #5
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