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Why Buyers Should Consider Foreclosures or Short Sales

You might find a great property you’d otherwise have overlooked .

 

 And when the market is tight, looking at distressed properties  makes even more sense.

For years, many buyers routinely steered clear of foreclosure sand short sales. In their minds, such properties were “damaged goods” —  real estate remainders that were likely to be dumps and money pits. Why  risk such a big investment on a property sold in distress?

We’re now in a housing market unlike any we’ve seen in years.inventory is tight in many areas. Meanwhile, the poor economy of the past few years has produced more properties in foreclosure or offered as short sales.

And so, as you enter the market either for the first time or as a  seasoned buyer, you should be on the lookout for “distressed” sales.

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 Buying a short sale can turn out to  be a great deal, saving you a significant amount of money at the closing  table. The short sale process improves everyday with all the new short  sale information that becomes available. 

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Patti Alonzo Realtor Agent Associate at Re/Max 200

954 S Orlando Avenue, Winter Park, Florida 32789, United States

407-629-6330

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