Sherman Oaks Bank Owned Homes, Foreclosures and Housing data for August (818)584-1922

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Sherman Oaks CA Bank Owned Homes Auctions reached the 7% mark of current inventory in the month of August 2008 keeping the area on the list of top 10 Prime Areas in Los Angeles county. This situation creates an incredible opportunity for qualified buyers to get a great deal on a home.

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David Home Inspection Services

As a person who has been involved intimately with the housing market for 11 years as a Master home inspector in the competitive southern California market. I have met many buyers that say they were in competition with over 50 other offers on the same property. And the banks seem to be holding back on the amount of foreclosures released into the market place to help inflate prices through supply and demand. Low ball offers even cash offers are not going to be awarded the home. It's the offer that is within a good amount of far market value that are winning the bidding wars. Thanks for the post and the data.

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Aug 26, 2009 03:59 AM