Foreclosure Buying Tips

Repaired Foreclosures

Some banks and corporate sellers have caught on!  Buyers prefer a home that is ready to live in versus a fixer-upper.  In addition, homes that are well maintained, have active utilities and are repaired gain more interest and showings.  Some sellers of foreclosures have made it a practice to repair homes prior to selling them […]

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Top 5 tips for buying a PNC Bank foreclosure

Interested in buying a foreclosure from PNC Bank? PNC Bank foreclosures are a good source of foreclosure deals. Here are five tips for buying a property from PNC Bank.

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Foreclosure versus Short Sale: What’s the difference?

Foreclosure sales are different than short sale transactions. A short sale occurs when the mortgage holder is still in control of the property. Short sales can be a good source of default properties. Understand how short sales are different than foreclosure sales.

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Five Things To Remember When Buying A Foreclosure

Foreclosures are abundant in today’s real estate market. Bank owned homes often represent an awesome opportunity to purchase property well below market value. Foreclosure listings are a distressed sale and require special considerations. Buying a foreclosure can be seeded with risk. Taking these simple steps can help eliminate that risk and secure a deal on a foreclosure.

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Buying a Foreclosure

Buying a home is not easy and there are many complexities involved. The housing market consists of both regular and bank owned homes. Understanding the complexities of buying a foreclosed property prior to searching for a home will eliminate much of the potential frustration. Learn more about the differences of foreclosed home purchases in this article.

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