Idaho Foreclosure Property For Sale
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Foreclosures For Sale
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- 3 Beds
- 2.0 Baths
- 1,126 SqFt
- 0.28 Acres
This Home Needs A Little Tlc - Cash Only. This Is A Cute Little Place In A Very Nice Neighborhood. Open Floorplan. Little Tlc, And You Will Have A Nice Home Way Under Market Value! Newer Furnace, Water Heater, Exterior Paint Only A Few Years Old. Hoa T...
- 3 Beds
- 2.0 Baths
- 2,204 SqFt
- 0.24 Acres
Nice Home That Can Accommodate A Large Gathering Of Family Members Or Friends On A Corner Lot That Has A Large Patio, A Very Quaint Family Or Recreation Room, A Formal Dining Area And A Separate Living Room. In Addition To The 2 Car Garage There Is Also A ...
- 1 Beds
- 1.0 Baths
- 620 SqFt
- 0.16 Acres
This Home Would Make A Great Investment Property. It Features One Bed, One Bath With A Possibility Of A 2nd Bedroom With Modification. Large Kitchen, Corner Lot. With New Flooring And Paint, This Would Be A Great Starter Or Investment Home.
- 3 Beds
- 2.0 Baths
- 1,460 SqFt
- 0.13 Acres
This Gorgeous Home Has Lots Of Upgrades With Beautiful Hardwood Flooring, Custom Cabinetry, Walk-in Pantry, And Breakfast Bar. Master Bath Has Dual Vanity And Walk-in Shower. Outside Boasts Professional Landscaping With Amazing Curb Appeal And A Covered Pat...
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As many know, foreclosures can offer tremendous value to patient homeowners. While they aren't as plentiful these days foreclosures still come on the market, maybe just where you're looking. In addition to foreclosures, other distressed properties include short sales and auctions. The term "foreclosure" usually refers to a property that has gone back to the bank after the homeowner was unable to make payments. They are sometimes called bank foreclosures or REO's (Real Estate Owned). The bank often tries to get the property off of their hands as quickly as possible, while still regaining as much of the value of the home as possible through the sale of the property. This means that there is a chance for homeowners receiving a discount, though they shouldn't expect bargain prices.
Buyers of foreclosure properties generally must jump through more hoops, prepared or unforeseen, to finalize the sale of the home. Bidding wars among buyers can drive up Boise foreclosures until it could sell for above market value. The buyer should take into account the probability of necessary repairs for the property, as distressed properties are often sold "as-is." Buyers also should be prepared for a possibly lengthy, occasionally grueling, process. The buyer will want to submit a loan approval letter to the bank with their offer or proof of funds. They will likely want to make their offer subject to home inspection approval to have the option of withdrawing an offer if necessary repairs are too extensive.
A professional, experienced Hughes Group realtor is a must for buyers to smoothly navigate the foreclosure process while coming out ahead financially.
Foreclosures may or may not be a home run for your buying experience, but it can be another option, giving you the best chance for success. Please feel free to browse the site and contact a customer-service focused Hughes Group agent for foreclosures, area information, and more.
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Listing information last updated on July 27th, 2017 at 4:07pm MDT.