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Katy Foreclosure Homes for Sale Reach Up To 13,000

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By : Clark Raitz    99 or more times read
Texas is only one of the 11 states that have less than 2 percent foreclosed houses this year. If you are thinking of moving to Texas and want a cheap, affordable home, you might want to check out Katy foreclosure homes for sale. As of October 2010, there were at least 13,000 foreclosed homes in Katy, Texas, while Miami foreclosure listings contain around 90,000 houses. Maryland foreclosure listings have a huge number of foreclosed homes, but the sales of these homes have decreased since the start of the third quarter of this year.

It has been reported that the highest foreclosure rates are in Florida, Arizona and Nevada. Now would be a good idea to look for houses in one of those three states. Buyers from all over the world have been talking about getting good deals, as in cheap but new houses, from bank repossessions. California has also been one of the places that buyers really are on the lookout for foreclosures and houses that are being repossessed.

Florida has one of the highest foreclosures in the whole of the United States. If you want to live in the sunshine state, you better check the Miami foreclosure listings for houses that you might be interested in. To date, houses that have a combined amount of at least $41 million are owned by non-Florida residents. Even non-US residents are catching up on this good deal, because most foreclosed homes in Florida, just like those in Maryland, as seen in the Maryland foreclosure listings, are at least 40 percent cheaper than their original prices.

Texas natives are also eying Katy foreclosure homes for sale; they know that buying a second or extra house is a good investment. They find it even more appealing because their second home, which they can have rented, is in a closer proximity. You better check out these houses now!
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