As the real estate market continues to strengthen so too does the position of the lender when it comes to selling distressed property. Foreclosure prices have rallied back and in many cases are no better a deal than a normal sale.
One thing often overlooked is the fact that most "foreclosed" sales represent properties that may have been vacant and neglected for a long period of time. This in itself can result in problems that could go undetected for a long while after a new owner takes ownership. Smart buyers of these properties would be well advised to conduct every available inspection known in an effort to unveil potential troubles.
From my perspective, buyers should explore the entire market, not focusing on any single segment to be certain they are getting the home they really want. Because a home is a "foreclosure" doesn't necessarily mean it is guaranteed to be the best value.
A quick Google search for "Demographics Brentwood Florida" will lead you to this Census page which will give you more answers than you may think were available > http://censusviewer.com/city/FL/Brent%20(Brentwood)
How ever keep in mind no reputable Real Estate agent will help you find a home or location by demographics, it is prohibited. So if you make those choices on your own, keep them to yourself and don't share with your agent the reason why you want one street and not another. We don't want to know, so don't put us in an uncomfortable position.... more
Which address did you grow up in? Or is it 18 west 25th st.? I found one active listing on W 25th street but it wasn't number 18. Can you provide the zip code and proper address?
Charlie Chorman - REALTOR
Coldwell Banker Vanguard Realty... more