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SAMPLE FORECLOSURES

$130,500
Seabluff Way
4BD, 2BA,
2258 Sqf

$126,150
Oakwood Hill Way
3BD, 3BA,
2253 Sqf

$128,670
Ellis Dr
4BD, 2BA,
1890 Sqf

$118,210
Seymore Ln
3BD, 2BA,
1850 Sqf

$120,235
WestcottDr
3BD, 2BA,
1860 Sqf

The Facts about Buying a Foreclosed Home:

You can save big by purchasing a foreclosed home. While it's unfortunate that people are going into foreclosure, it offers you an amazing opportunity to buy a home at a greatly-reduced price. See foreclosure listings and compare prices in your neighborhood, state, and across the country. When buying a foreclosed property, there is sometimes danger that the previous owner has taken out their frustrations on the inside of the house. Though this is obviously not ideal for the home buyer, it may provide some leverage for getting the price reduced even further. You may also be able to find a real estate agent who is a foreclosure expert.