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December 29, 2007

Offering Foreclosure Info to Spark Interest

Filed under: Foreclosures,Home Buyers,Real Estate Agents — sunnydayz @ 8:50 am

In a housing market of rising foreclosure rates, brokers are beginning to utilize the “foreclosure hype” as a tactic to generate and capture new buyers.This morning I was reading the San Diego Union Tribune (Homes section), when I noticed a banner reading “San Diego Foreclosures” and “How to get started”.In my paperless environment, I clicked on the “How to get started” option and I was directed to a screen which advised the following:

In a housing market of rising foreclosure rates, brokers are beginning to utilize the “foreclosure hype” as a tactic to generate and capture new buyers.This morning I was reading the San Diego Union Tribune (Homes section), when I noticed a banner reading “San Diego Foreclosures” and “How to get started”.In my paperless environment, I clicked on the “How to get started” option and I was directed to a screen which advised the following:

Distress Sales resulting from bank foreclosures often represent a great way to get a fantastic deal on a home. It’s not easy for the average homeowner to find these deals, because you have to keep scouring the paper to see when one comes up.

If you’re the type of person who recognizes what a great deal some of these properties could represent, you will be interested to know about a new free computerized service which automatically searches out and downloads a current list of all such properties day in and day out. When you receive this free, no obligation service, you’re automatically plugged in to the most current list of Foreclosure Properties on the market, in the price range and area that interests you. This FREE service every week will save you a lot of research and running around.

Sounds great right?A no-brainer??If you have ever experienced the process of purchasing a distressed property, you know this is no walk in the park.To begin, once a property reaches the state of “foreclosure” it is a bank-owned asset.All negotiations are made with a representative whom has a black and white protocol of what to offer, what to accept, and what to walk away from.Along those same lines, most foreclosures are sold “as-is”, meaning what you see is what you get, no repairs will be made to the property.Plain and simple, there is no negotiating with the bank.

If you are interested in finding a similar deal, you’re best bet is to find a home in process of foreclosure, but that hasn’t actually foreclosed.This is referred to as, Notice of Default, it is the step prior to bank repossession.By obtaining a list of NOD’s, you can make an attempt to save a seller from the disaster of repossession and more importantly negotiate price, terms, and repairs in your behalf.It’s a much safer way to stay on top of the market and proceed with everyone’s interest in mind.You can obtain a Notice of Default list from any real estate agent who has a relationship with a title company.

****Information in Para 2,3 provided by San Diego Union Tribune, June 6, 2007Distress Sales resulting from bank foreclosures often represent a great way to get a fantastic deal on a home. It’s not easy for the average homeowner to find these deals, because you have to keep scouring the paper to see when one comes up.

If you’re the type of person who recognizes what a great deal some of these properties could represent, you will be interested to know about a new free computerized service which automatically searches out and downloads a current list of all such properties day in and day out. When you receive this free, no obligation service, you’re automatically plugged in to the most current list of Foreclosure Properties on the market, in the price range and area that interests you. This FREE service every week will save you a lot of research and running around.

> Sounds great right?A no-brainer?If you have ever experienced the process of purchasing a distressed property, you know this is no walk in the park.To begin, once a property reaches the state of “foreclosure” it is a bank-owned asset.All negotiations are made with a representative whom has a black and white protocol of what to offer, what to accept, and what to walk away from.Along those same lines, most foreclosures are sold “as-is”, meaning what you see is what you get, no repairs will be made to the property.Plain and simple, there is no negotiating with the bank.

If you are interested in finding a similar deal, you’re best bet is to find a home in process of foreclosure, but that hasn’t actually foreclosed.This is referred to as, Notice of Default, it is the step prior to bank repossession.By obtaining a list of NOD’s, you can make an attempt to save a seller from the disaster of repossession and more importantly negotiate price, terms, and repairs in your behalf.It’s a much safer way to stay on top of the market and proceed with everyone’s interest in mind.You can obtain a Notice of Default list from any real estate agent who has a relationship with a title company.

****Information in Para 2,3 provided by San Diego Union Tribune, June 6, 2007


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