High Point Foreclosures and the Expected Prices

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High Point foreclosures are increasing which is just similar to the trend prevailing in other parts of the country. Though overall rate of North Carolina foreclosures is declining but there are still some opportunities to invest in cities like High Point. When you start your research about the foreclosed properties you will find that there are lots of homes available in this category. In fact, it has been found by the Community Development and Housing Department in January 2009 that there were as many as 1,015 foreclosed, preforeclosures, auctioned or blighted properties. These are the homes which can be acquired at lower prices. Talking about High Point foreclosures, surely there are some zip codes to watch for. For instance, 27265 and 27262 are the zip codes where you can still find the most number of foreclosed homes in Hog Point. Zip code 27260 is considered to be on top of the list for blighted properties. Although there are number of opportunities available for you to cash in, you must invest in this market only after getting a right idea about the prices. The very first thing you will notice about price is the diversity. There are some areas where prices are extremely low and it will feel like homes in those areas are dirt cheap. But, when you move into the other areas, you will see that the prices move up a bit. For instance, in E Russell Ave you can find a home in foreclosure auctions with two beds and one baths at an estimated rate of $7,900. It is however not something you should take as a standard as prices in other areas are totally different to this. For instance, a home in Clay Ave with five baths may cost you somewhere around $149,756. It seems to be totally different from the prices in other areas. It is however another undeniable fact that homes in some areas will give you better value for your invested money. What it means is that if you invest more, the chances are high that you will earn more. But, always bear this in mind that it is beneficial to search for homes in the most popular neighborhoods. For instance, you can always consider searching in Lower Queen Anne, Broadway, Wallingford, Belltown and Rainier Beach. The average price for a home in these areas starts from $595,043 and goes up to $690,355. So, don’t forget to check these areas at the time of investing in High Point foreclosures.

Comments (2)

Edward & Celia Maddox
The Celtic Connection Realty - Queen Creek, AZ

Good Article. I agree. We learn or confirm a lot of good info on Active Rain Blogs. Thanks.

Oct 28, 2009 04:17 AM
Joseph D. Federico
MVP Realty - Naples, FL
Southwest Florida Homes with Joe Federico

Ernani-Thanks for the info on High Point, North Carolina forclosures. I have family in High Point.

Oct 28, 2009 04:17 AM