Foreclosure, Bank Owned, REO, Short Sales in Canyon Country, Saugus, Castaic, Palmdale, and Lancaster

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Real Estate Agent with Discount Real Estate and Lending

We have access to most Bank Owned, Foreclosures, REO's, and Distress Sales in the Los Angeles area. The areas we service best are Canyon Country, Castaic, Saugus, Palmdale, and Lancaster. All properties have Lender financing at or below market interest rates. This has been an opportunity for the first time home buyer and Real Estate investor looking to purchase a property with savings.

Canyon Country, California

 Castaic, California

 Saugus, California

Palmdale, California

 Lancaster, California

  • Foreclosures
  • REO Listings
  • Bank Owned
  • Short Sales
  • Foreclosures
  • REO Listings
  • Bank Owned
  • Short Sales
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    Comments (6)

    Keith Elliott Jr
    KEIRE Realty Group - Manassas, VA
    Principal Broker/Owner

    Hi Rick,

    Welcome to Active Rain! The opportunities to learn and network are incredible here. Best of luck to ya!

    -Keith

    Jan 14, 2008 02:04 PM
    Angie Vandenbergh
    Crye-Leike, Realtors - Memphis, TN
    A Crye-Leike Blogger

    Hi! Welcome to the site. I see this is your first post.

    There is a lot of reading on this site. I recommend that you read, read, read and then comment, comment, comment. There are so many different blogs to read. There are tons of topics out there from real estate, marketing, technology, seo, staging, mortgage, etc. It goes on and on. You'll start to get to know people and before you know it... you'll have figured out the benefits of the site. 

    Also check out Resources for the Active Rain Newbie.

    Good luck!

    Jan 15, 2008 01:23 AM
    Rick Sergison
    EXP Realty of Canada Inc., Brokerage - Pickering, ON
    Durham Region Real Estate Blog
    I just stopped by to welcome you to active rain. I hope that you find it a great benefit to your business in the new year!
    Jan 15, 2008 11:53 AM
    Anonymous
    wendy
    why would it take forever for a bank foreclosure wo accepted offer and its all cash deal take so long to close?? they didnt close on first agreement and now they have till theanother month..what happens if they dont close by the second agreement and why wouldnt they? i dont understand if its a cash deal why they are taking so long? neither does my real estate agent..
    Apr 04, 2008 02:52 AM
    #5
    Rick Murray
    Discount Real Estate and Lending - Canyon Country, CA

    Thank You,  All of you who have supported me in this challenging market. I have been busy working with alot 

    of cleints who are still on the fence waiting for prices to drop lower and other cleints who say what a great deal.

    I'm greatful for the opportunity to have done an interview with Los Angeles Times and next week I have Money Magazine coming to my office. I will be happy to share with everyone. Lately it seems their is not enough hours 

    in the day as I have been writing mulitiple offers on several properties.

    Good day to all.

    RicK@RickSavesUmore.Com

    www.BankOwnedHomesAndLand.Com

     

    Apr 04, 2008 06:00 AM