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UCWino
Posts: 246
Registered: ‎04-25-2010
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tenant is squatting

and it doesn't look like the bank wants to do anything about it.  Except pretty much "give-away" the house/problem. Looks like flippers should also be lawyers.  Unfortunatley, Redfin doesn't show any history.

 

"Investor Special! This home is a fixer. 3 bedroom 3 bath over 2000SF on a 10,454
corner lot in the Desert Park Estates neighborhood. Tenant in home will not
allow showings, so this is like buying an auction house on the courthouse steps.
No inspections, no tours, and you will need to remove the tenant. Great price
per square foot! This could be the perfect "flip" house for the savvy investor."

 

http://www.redfin.com/CA/Palm-Springs/2111-E-Wayne-Rd-92262/home/5660022

 

 

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sheriff
Posts: 2,249
Registered: ‎06-01-2012
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Re: tenant is squatting

Make an offer on it.  As part of the offer, include a provision the the house is to be delivered vacant.  The bank can offer them cash for keys.