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Investors Find Lucrative Market in Foreclosed Homes

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By : Leticia Carvalho    99 or more times read
The foreclosures crisis has created a severe blow to the housing market across the nation which has significant implications for the whole national economy. However, while other areas suffer in great deal from this crisis, Greater Falls Church in Northern Virginia remained stable and showcases a lucrative market for foreclosure homes.

Real estate experts say that these bargain-priced homes are a great investment. They also pointed out that the time is right to buy great houses at a third of their original price. The following are tips and advices given by these experts in finding a dream home at bargain prices.

  1. Be patient when looking for the perfect home.

    With several foreclosed homes available in the market, finding the perfect house to buy could be a tedious task that entails extra patience on the part of the buyer. Offers can only be made one at a time. The key here is to find a great house at a good location first before making that offer.

  2. Ensure that you have a secure financing before shopping for foreclosure homes.

    The prospective buyer should be ready with their finances. Cash is the best option. If not possible, they should bring with them a pre-approved loan. When the time for bidding is at hand, they could present the best option that selling banks would most likely choose.

  3. Prospective buyers should check the deed first before purchasing.

    Foreclosure homes usually carry with them a bank addendum during sales. This applies to as-is sales which require no additional repairs or rehabilitation from the banks side, even with a house inspection.

  4. Be wary of any settlement disputes associated with the house.

    Investors should check first for any damaging liens with the prospected property. The key here is to look for clean titles to avoid any complications in this area.

  5. Other options to check.

    Aside from foreclosed homes, other options for buyers are short-sales where homeowners still live in the home but could not afford the mortgage payments.
Leticia Carvalho has been educated in the finer points of the foreclosure market over 5 years.

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