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Please Do Not Disturb Tenant. 5 Country Acres Zoned R3. Private, Secluded, Yet Close To Town. Access & View Of Willow Creek, Which Runs Through Back Of Property. Private Access, Water Rights W/irrigation, Outbuildings, Utilities, City Water/sewer,...
Restaurant / Retail / Commercial. Free-standing Building Now Available For Sale On The Corner Of Nampa-caldwell Boulevard And Midway Road. .47 Acres On A High Traffic Corner With Signage. 2+ Ground Floor Units With Approximately 3,700 Sqft. Base...
Spacious 4 Bed, 2.5 Bath Home On Nearly 1/3 Of An Acre! Huge, Fully Fenced Back Yard With Lots Of Potential For Gardening, Storage Shed/shop, And Outdoor Gatherings Around The Fire Pit. Bright & Open Kitchen W/stone-tiled Island/breakfast Bar, Har...
Under Construction Taking Reservations On Brand New Industrial 40 X 70 Shop On Approx. 1/2 Acre, City Sewer And Water, Paved Access Road, 3 Phase Power In Road, Chain Link Fence, Freeway Exposure And Easy Access To I84.
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The best deals on the market often come in the shape of a short sale or foreclosure property. And because we make it so easy to find Canyon County short sales, you'll be well on your way to finding the best home at the best price.
What is a Short Sale Property?
A short sale occurs when the lender agrees to accept less than what is owed on the home, providing an excellent opportunity for prospective buyers to find a steal on a home. The footwork involved in purchasing a Canyon County short sale is different than your conventional home purchase, so it's important to work with an experienced real estate professional to help you navigate the process and preserve your interests.
It's no secret that buying a short sale can be a hassle, but with the significant savings involved it can be well worth the effort. Canyon County short sale properties are also much less likely to suffer the adverse effects that foreclosures often succomb to. Typical distressed properties can fall into a state of disrepair after months of abandonment whereas short sales are often lived in and maintained.
Buying a short sale requires patience. But because the reward can be substantial, it can be worth the time and effort. To ensure success, pair up with one of our experienced agents if you're interested in taking advantage of one of these great deals. Our database of tools and resources makes finding your dream property a reality, even when it comes to bank owned homes. You can begin your search from all of Canyon County or narrow down the results by your favorite neighborhoods. There's almost no limit to the number of ways you can find the homes you're interested in.
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Listing information last updated on November 20th, 2018 at 9:07pm MST.