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What Are Foreclosure Houses For Sale?



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By : John Cutts    99 or more times read
Foreclosure houses for sale come in many different styles, make and built. If you are looking for one to buy, then you will definitely love the wide variety of foreclosure properties that are available on the market. The real estate market is just teeming with a huge number of different options for the average buyer.

Single-Units

Single unit homes make up a large part of foreclosures in the United States. These are detached dwellings that are composed of only one unit and they often include a garage, yard and a garden. This type of foreclosed home is perfect for small families who like the idea of intimate, private spaces since they are detached from any structure. Single-unit homes are mostly located in urban areas and cities which make them perfect for city dwellers.

Fixer Uppers

A fixer upper home is a type of foreclosure houses for sale that typically requires some level of repair and maintenance in order to make it habitable again. They are not usually in their best shape but they come in very good and low prices. This is why many investors who are adept at house flipping prefer this type of property since they can purchase one with only a minimum investment and be able to rake in a large profit after the resale.

If you have a limited budget for a family residence, you can consider buying a fixer upper home. You can get them for a low price and use the savings to put them back into shape. Hiring a good contractor and a set of skillful handymen can help you in the renovation that you have in mind.

Duplexes

Duplexes are actually single structures but have two units. Different families can occupy them and still be able to live separately and with privacy. Or if related families will be occupying the same duplex, they can convert them to one in which they could have access to each unit from the inside either through an adjoining door or other access point.

Many buyers who prefer this type of foreclosure houses for sale do so because of their large families. The upside of buying a duplex is that you can get two units at a price lower than what you will get if you purchase two separate structures.
John Cutts has been educated in the finer points of the foreclosure market over 5 years.

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