I would suggest you work with an agent to help you find foreclosures. Banks list ALL of their inventory with agents.
Your agent should set you up on a search so that you are alerted of new foreclosures as soon as they hit the market. Make sure the agent you work with is familiar with the foreclosure process as well as there are additional buyer expenses, addendums, etc. when buying a foreclosure.
If you are asking about the property located on New England which was temporarily off the market before being re-activated. In this situation it was unavailable for showings during that short time, and now it is available to see. Usually for a repair, update, or paperwork.
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Though our market is lower than last years. There are to many variables to directly answer that question without seeing the unit. Are they the exact same unit number & just one floor higher? Same layout, exposure, view, finishes, appliances. If they are all the same, Top floor might be more desirable. A good idea is to look up the original selling prices, even a better garage spot might sell for more. If you need an agent who would research all this further for you to make a wise informative purchase. If you need a lender who would explain all the costs involved to assist if you could afford it, I work with many.Give me a call!
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