Real Estate Broker/Owner with Donald J Lantier Realty H-47715

Yes, we all want a great deal on a home in the current market! Who can blame us!?!. If, in fact, you are, first, looking at finding your home by searching through the many foreclosures...BE PREPARED to jump fast, as well priced foreclosures go quickly.

I have been noticing that there is an increasing number of homes that are being bought up by Fannie Mae (Federal National Mortgage Association) and Freddie Mac (Federal Home Mortgage Corporation). These homes are, by far, the "Best Values" of the foreclosures in the Cobb County, Ga area, which includes Smyrna, "Vinings", Marietta, Mableton, Kennesaw, Austell, Powder Springs, Acworth and "East Cobb where some homes have Atlanta addresses. Not only are Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac owned properties "Best Value" foreclosures" but they don't get tangled in the red tape typically associated with foreclosures; they are priced well under market value and close quickly. One must be aware of the fact that with these foreclosures comes an "AS IS" stipulation (no property disclosusre or pest inspection, etc.). Choose a home inspector ahead of searching; one who can jump in and inspect the property ASAP. As for money to purchase; at the very least one must be prequalified, meaning that the mortgage company takes you at your word as to income(s) and liabilities and qualifies you on your word only and does not necessarily mean you will get the loan; the mortgage company might find something in underwriting later that you missed letting them know, etc. If you are smart, you will ask to be preApproved, meaning the money is ready and approved for your found foreclosure. Why? Because the one who presents the best offer, which includes price, showing documentation of PreAprroval by a mortgage company, has sufficient down payment and can close the earliest will take the property. So be prepared, if you are serious about purchasing a foreclosure.

The first place we are searching for foreclosures is on the web...a great place to start. Yes, you are right, there are many foreclosure websites. Find one that takes you directly to what is available in your given area without a lot of "run around"...Staying updated with the "Best Value" foreclosusres means knowing what properties become available without delay and being prepared to jump on a "Best Value" ASAP. My COBB COUNTY FORECLOSURE SITE will show you all the Cobb County Foreclosures listed on the Multple Listing Service with more sites to search being added frequentlly.

I have created a "Best Value"list of foreclosed Townhomes in Cobb County which is a list that are the best values in foreclosures for the week. and updated frequently. You can even request a weekly list of these townhomes on the site

So, if you are seeking to possibly purchase a foreclosure, be prepared, so as to intelligently jump on a foreclosure, because, remember, in the current housing market every one is looking for a bargain and foreclosures are what most are looking at first which makes the purchasing very competitive. If you may have questions on preparedness call me if you are seeking a home in the Cobb County Ga area and I will give you some of the best guidance available whether it be a foreclosure or a "normal" sale.


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