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FNMA Foreclosures for Sale and Other Foreclosed Homes Thrive in MI

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By : John Cutts    99 or more times read
It is not only FNMA foreclosures for sale that are being snatched quickly from the Michigan market by eager buyers, other bank foreclosed properties and government foreclosures are also hot commodities for area buyers. With the numerous residential properties being sold off in the area in the past few months, most buyers have gained enough experience to declare that they find auction buying to be a better process.

People who are into Grand Rapids foreclosure investing have attended most of the property auctions held in the city and in other areas of Michigan and most of them have stated that auction offers a faster way to acquire foreclosed dwellings, as compared with other methods that can last for months with numerous back and forth between buyers and sellers.

However, experienced auction buyers have warned Michigan foreclosure homes buyers to make sure that they inspect properties first before they decide to join an auction bidding war as this is one process where a buyer is not allowed to back down without losing money. They also emphasize the importance of having a home inspector during visual inspection.

The state has seen record number of homes being sold in the area during the year, including FNMA foreclosures for sale. Recently, Realty Estate Disposition LLC (REDC) auctioned off 25 houses in the state. This auction is just one of a total of 125 auctions held by the company in various areas of the U.S. in the past 65 days.

REDC's listings of foreclosed homes for sale are extensive, with the company auctioning off over 20,000 of these properties in 2010. In Michigan, the firm has offered over 900 foreclosed properties through live auctions and online auctions. The firm reportedly spent $15 million to acquire these Michigan properties.

The real estate firm has revealed that online auctions are starting to attract the attention of property buyers because of their convenience. Almost 40% of the company's sales came from online auctions, REDC officials have revealed.

The interest in online auctions and property auction in general is expected to continue among market-savvy investors and home buyers as the state is projected to offer more FNMA foreclosures for sale, bank foreclosures and government properties for the rest of the year.
John Cutts has been educated in the finer points of the foreclosure market over 5 years.

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