Great Real Estate Bargain
Bedroom, 2 Bath Home
Lenoir, North Carolina
In western North Carolina, Lenoir is the location of this cute 3 bedroom, 2 bath brick home for sale.
It has a fireplace, a wooded lot, a back deck and a private backyard. The asking price is $62,000, which is 37%
less than its current estimated market value.
REOs: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly,
Once the property is in the hands of the bank, the mortgage disappears. The lender will follow through with evictions as well as necessary preservation and repair. The lender will also pay off outstanding HOA dues and brokers with the IRS to remove tax liens.
Many of the larger banks have an asset management department to handle the disposition and resale of such properties. Smaller banks may not have such a department or person. But all may wish to rid their books of these non-performing assets.
Because of this, an REO may appear to be a good investment deal. Beware, though. First, finding one that is perfect for you may take lots of digging. When you're ready to make an offer, there is no real face-to-face, no friendly real estate agent, no formal presentation, no quick offers. Most banks, too, will resell REOs "as is" and rarely for less than market value.
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