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Roger DiRuscio Fremont, Calif.
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  • Fremont, CA
  • United States

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Search for an REO Professional by entering your zip codes in this format XXXXX, XXXXX,
94536, 94538, 94539, 94541, 94542, 94543, 94544, 94545, 94546, 94550, 94551, 94552, 94555, 94557, 94560, 94566, 94568, 94577, 94578, 94579, 94580, 94587, 94588, 95035, 95036
I service the following counties.....
Southern Alameda County, northern Santa Clara county
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I have the following REO Certifications, Designations and Memberships
Equator & Resnet & Equi-Trax Certified REO & BPO
RDC-PRO Certified (REE)
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R.E. Realty Experts 41051 Mission Blvd Fremont, Ca 94539
510-226-2444 front office
510-226-2414 desk
510-676-3122 mobile
510-623-6979 fax
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At 11:20am on March 2, 2015, Willy Olsen said…

It's good to know.
Thank you for the information.
If I ever get a probate issue I'll make sure I keep you in mind.
I always like working with somebody who knows what they are doing. 

At 11:20am on March 1, 2015, Willy Olsen said…

Roger, recently you left a comment about probates and the 90% rule. I'm in California also. Granted I have never sold a probate property in my 12 years of real estate, but from my understanding is that as long as the offer is within 10% of the appraised value that it can be sold without court approval. In short, that basically paperwork needs to be submitted to the court that there is an offer and it is within the 10% appraisal window. And if there is or are offers outside of that 10% window, then the court gets involved and must review the offer(s).

Can you enlighten me on that?
I'm just wanting to know. Not like I'm going to run out and start doing probates. I like my commercial business. 

At 12:09pm on May 14, 2013, Roger DiRuscio Fremont, Calif. said…

36 years of diverse real estate transactions, Probates, REO, shortsales, Interfamily transfers, Family trust sales, I have bought rehabbed and resold REO properties, I own and manage both residential and commercial properties. I accept and send referrals


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