Can I give my Denver CO house back to the bank without an expensive foreclosure? The answer is YES ! (but with caveats, read below for more details) There are many ways to avoid an expensive foreclosure in Denver. Your first step if you’re trying to avoid foreclosure in Denver is to speak with your loan provider […]
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If you are trying to sell your house, you may be finding that it is more difficult than you had expected… especially if your house has any repairs needed that buyers just don’t want to deal with. In this article we’ll dive into some of the devastating consequences of foreclosure in Denver for house sellers. […]
If you’ve gotten a foreclosure notice of default and want to know what the heck is going on, keep reading. Basically, a foreclosure notice of default is a document that has to be filed by a lender to start the process of foreclosure. The foreclosure notice of default must be sent to anyone who has […]
With millions of homes across the country going into foreclosure, it’s important for both buyers and mortgage holders to understand the process. So what is a pre-foreclosure in Denver anyway? Many homeowners across America and Denver are facing difficulties making their monthly mortgage payments. When a homeowner misses 3-6 months of mortgage payments, the lending institution will […]
While the housing market is rebounding, many people in Denver] are still struggling to make their mortgage payments. If you’re underwater on your home, or having trouble keeping up with your monthly mortgage payments, you could be fearful that your mortgage provider is going to foreclose. Thankfully, there are a number of things that you can do […]
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Andrew did exactly what he said he was going to do. I wanted to make sure he could perform so I asked to contact the bank which housed the cash to purchase the property and found they had more than the $505,000 required in that one account, just like he had said. I would happily sell to Andrew again.Mark L. – Purchased 145 Krameria St from Mark on April 18th, 2016
Being a realtor myself, Andrew’s purchase was one of the simplest I’ve ever done. Straightforward and honest. He did exactly what he said he would do without any “surprises”. Andrew purchased the lot in 7 days with cash. When we pulled title, they found a large lien that I didn’t realize when I bought the property. Andrew and Heritage Title fixed the problem without having me pay for the lien. Thank you.Iyad A. – Purchased 3401 Garfield St from Iyad on 7/17/15
Working with Andrew is an honor and a privilege. He is well acquainted with real estate market trends and has a brilliant eye for finding and turning diamonds in the rough into the beautiful gems that they are. He is a risk taker, but a calculated one and always takes those with whom he is working with into consideration. He embodies the terms "self starter", "go getter", and "internally motivated". As a real estate agent, I can say he has inspired me to think outside the box to find creative solutions for common problems. Ahead of his time, but with old fashioned ethics, Andrew is the ideal client and just an all around great guyJessica Kremling, Your Castle Real Estate
Andrew Rotta was a pleasure to do business with from beginning to end. He explained the entire process of selling my home to him, and was completely transparent about everything. We agreed on a very fair price and he gave me more than enough time after the sale to move out. His partners in the process were very professional and friendly, and the closing was extremely easy and quick. Andrew is a genuinely good guy and I would definitely do business with him again.Derek H. - Purchased lot from Derek on October 10th, 2016 at 1836 S Marion
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