Homeowner Resources

27 Feb

Sell my house fast!

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Do you find yourself saying I need to sell my house fast?

Don’t even bother getting an agent that will take commission from you and could take years to sell your house! It takes a lot of time and hassle to get the house ready for sale to most buyers, and once you get a buyer the closing process could take months, which you don’t have time for!

We will get a buyer out to you in 24 hours with an offer GUARANTEED!

People come to us to sell their houses FAST for these reasons:

    • Avoiding Foreclosure
    • Job relocation
    • Inheriting a house they don’t want
    • Ugly, Run Down homes
    • Unexpected medical or legal expenses

We buy it all– Whether your house is in great shape, needs work, or is just ugly, we’ll take it off your hands. Stress from relocating for a job, avoiding foreclosure or inheriting a home from the unexpected passing of a loved one is enough to deal with. At 2nd Chance Investment Group we want to minimize that stress and give you ease of mind knowing that the daunting task of selling your house is taken care of, while you get cash in your pocket right away!

Don’t wait another minute to schedule your free appointment with one of our professionals, that will make you a cash offer on your home within 24 hours. Our consultations our pressure-free, and provide a solution to your question of “how do i sell my house fast?”

sell my house fast

When you sell your house to 2nd Chance Investment group you get:

  •  an offer made within 24 hours
  • cash put in your pocket
  • rent/mortgage paid for up to a year
  • help finding a new home
  • help hiring a credit repair company
  • 100% paid moving costs arranged for you


Contact us today and find out why we are the best in the Inland Empire when it comes to buying your home fast with the best possible service!

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05 Feb

Foreclosure Process in Riverside

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How Foreclosure Works in Riverside County, CA

There are 3 parts to the Home Buying Process: the trustor (borrower), the beneficiary (lender), and the trustee (neutral third party receiving the right to foreclose).

The deed of trust usually includes a power of sale clause that gives the trustee the legal right to enforce collection of the debt. Collection of the debt is ultimately enforced by beneficiary’s right to sell the house when the borrower fails to make their mortgage payments.


Defaulting on one’s loan causes the start of foreclosure, the process by which the lender takes over the home in order to recover their principal investment. Once the house is either sold at auction or “repossessed” by the lender, it is sold and the former owner must vacate at the discretion of the new owner. When there is a power of sale clause in the deed of trust, the non-judicial process of foreclosure is used.

In a non-judicial foreclosure, the trustee must meet a few requirements before he or she sells the property. In comparison to a judicial foreclosure, non-judicial foreclosure is quick because the trustee does not have to obtain a court order to foreclose, nor is court supervision required in order to sell the house, as is required in the judicial foreclosure process. The judicial process of foreclosure is used when a power of sale clause is not in the deed of trust.

In California, the timeline of non-judicial foreclosure begins when the trustee files a Notice of Default. This is a letter which is sent to the owner/trustor notifying him or her of their default of the loan. This notifies the owner of the intent of the lender to follow through on their right to collect on the debt. The copy of the notice, which is recorded at the County Recorder’s Office of the appropriate county, is mailed to the address of notice as per the deed of trust. Recording of the Notice of Default can vary greatly depending on the beneficiary.

The recording of the Notice of Default can occur anywhere between a week to many months after one misses their first mortgage payment. In most cases in the state of California, the Notice of Default is filed approximately 90 days after the first missed payment.

The next step is the stage of the foreclosure process in which there is a filing of the Notice of Trustee’s Sale. No sooner than ninety (90) days after the trustee records the Notice of Default, the Trustee must publish a Notice of Trustee’s Sale in the local paper and simultaneously file that notice with the County Recorder’s Office. No sooner than twenty days (20) after the Notice of Trustee Sale is filed, the home may be sold at public auction for the amount of the debt plus foreclosure costs. If no one bids at the auction, the lender assumes ownership of the property, and may dispose of that property to recover their cash investment.

A homeowner should keep in mind that with each succeeding legal action, these filings are formally recorded and become part of the legal record. Very often these filings can and do have damaging effects to a homeowner’s credit for a period of seven years. The earlier a homeowner can address the situation, the better the overall result will be regardless of the outcome.

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