Things You Need To Know About REO Foreclosures

Real Estate Agent with Angel Lynn Realty
For first time investors and buyers, investing into foreclosure can be a risky decision. With too many kinds of foreclosure first timers usually get confused with which to invest to. However, to eliminate the confusion foreclosures might bring, think about investing on a REO foreclosure.

REO foreclosures or real estate owned foreclosures are properties which ownerships were repossessed by the lender from the original owner. Unlike other foreclosed houses, houses in REO foreclosure have already undergone with other foreclosure stages such as pre foreclosure and foreclosure at action. These houses are now listed in the bank’s inventory. Banks will then put these houses to market giving away great discounts and incentives just not to hold the property for too long.

REO foreclosures are also easy to find. All you have to do is check the bank’s list of foreclosed homes. But if are looking for wider options of foreclosed houses to choose from you just need to subscribe for good foreclosure lists. These lists are complete with all the necessary information that the buyers need to help them decide.

Reo foreclosure is also the perfect thing if you are restricted with a small budget. Banks are open for negotiation, if it is the physical condition you are worried, you can ask for additional discounts you just have to show proofs on how much you are willing to pay for repairs. You may also apply for a mortgage with the bank who sells the property and get the loan terms in your favor as long as you are both satisfied with it. You just have to have a good credit standing and the bank will be gladly to do the business with you.
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Sacramento, Ca 95811



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  1. Todd & Devona Garrigus 07/09/2010 07:56 AM
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Joe Harvey
Lake Worth Real Estate - Lake Worth, FL

You can just ask me and I can handle anything for you as well :)

Jul 09, 2010 07:51 AM #1
Todd & Devona Garrigus
Garrigus Real Estate - Beaumont, CA
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Very true. Banks LOVE to loan on the houses they are selling. They would make it mandatory if it wasn't illegal.
Jul 09, 2010 07:55 AM #2
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