Foreclosure Properties

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Foreclosure properties provide new opportunities for home buyers, whether it is for first-time home buyers, home buyers looking for a bigger home or second-home buyers purchasing a vacation home.

There are many improvements and repairs necessary when preparing a foreclosure property. Here are some key areas:

  • Exterior Paint: Peeling paint is one of the most common problems associated with foreclosure properties. Refreshing the exterior paint as a first step helps attract the interest of renters and buyers to the outside of the home while repairs inside the home are still being completed.
  • Landscaping: Foreclosure properties may have overgrown lawn, trees and shrubs. A clean and updated landscape can add curb appeal to the property.
  • Plumbing: Repair leaky faucets and worn parts. Check and repair clogged drains in the bathrooms and kitchen. 
  • Interior walls: Chipped paint and ripped wallpaper are common in foreclosure properties. Removing wallpaper and repainting the interior a neutral color increases the home's appeal.

Most foreclosure homes are sold without a seller's disclosure document. Any history or problems associated with the home are unknown. A property inspector can help pinpoint areas of concern and supply you with essential information regarding the home. 

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