Napa Valley REO Homes For Sale Today 1/6/2012

Real Estate Broker/Owner with Cordon Real Estate 01370983

Have you been looking for a deal on a home near Napa or elsewhere in Napa Valley?  Foreclosed, banked-owned (REO) properties sometimes offer an affordable opportunity for either a home or investment.  Some are in great condition, some need work, but all are worth taking a quick look.


Here are Napa REO homes for sale as of January 6, 2012.  Drop me a line ( ) for more information and to schedule a viewing.

Napa REO homes for sale


Note:  There are 461 homes for sale (single family, condo, townhome) in Napa County today, but only 38 REO homes for sale.


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·         Wine Country MLS Searchto search the local MLS for properties of all types in Napa, Sonoma, Solano, Marin and Mendocino Counties.

·         RealtyTrac® Distressed Property Search for distressed properties, such as pre-foreclosures, bank-owned REO’s, auctions, and more throughout California.

·         1 Minute Housing Market Report for local, regional and national housing market information, plus tips on home financing, home improvement, and more.

·         Contact Usfor help buying and selling real estate in Northern California

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Tags: REO Homes For Sale in Napa CA, Napa Valley real estate, Napa REO homes for sale, St Helena REO homes, Napa foreclosed homes, American Canyon REO homes for sale, Northern California foreclosure properties, Napa real estate agents

John A. Souerbry & Associates (DRE 01370983)



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