Hi Digitalarmsdealer, consult a Realtor and your lender to get an accurate current market price of the home. Keep in mind that when you do a short sale you will not have good credit for possibly 3 years.... more
You have a great question. You may think you can offer that much lower but in reality you cannot. Banks are very strict about what they will accept in a foreclosure. Are you asking for closing help too? If so, that would be 2 strikes against you, offering so much lower, and requesting closing assistance to be paid by the seller. If you're approval is for $350,000, stick to no more than $36
0,000. The steals are that you're getting the home at the price, when most likely the seller paid $100,000-$200,000 more than it's current asking price. You're getting the steal from what they paid. As long as your agent has been in business for several years, experienced in foreclosures, short sales and truly has closed many houses in their time in business, trust them. If it's not a good fit, then you can certainly interview for a new agent. Best of luck!
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