reo: Things You Should Know Before Buying Foreclosures: Code Violations - 10/01/12 03:56 AM
Buying a foreclosure, aka REO, property seems like a great deal. However, there may be unexpected charges that make your purchase more of a headache than a deal. This series deals with the roadbumps that you may experience during and after purchasing a foreclosed property.
Code violations can transfer with a property. If these violations are not dealt with by the seller at or prior to closing, they may be passed on to the buyer.  Unrecorded municipal and HOA violations are not covered through title policies and may not be identified by the lender's closing company.  Daily fines for violations including registration, non-compliance, maintenance issues, … (1 comments)

Joe Bartos, BartosGroup (Premiere Plus Realty)

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