HomePath does usually try and make sure their home sare in some decent condition before they put them on the market.
If you have your eye an a particular property, I suggest you get yourself an agent who can track the property and let you know the moment it hits the market.
Best of Luck to You,
KAwain Payne, Realtor
However just because banks are forbidden to list these properties for sale does not mean they are not for sale. The bank is even more motivated to sell these properties since they are not listed thus not getting any exposure to potential buyers.
Keep an eye out for the ones that have no real estate sign in the yard but do have stickers or papers in the window. This is the bankâ€™s paperwork that states the property has been winterized etcâ€¦ and gives you the name of the bank. Find the number to that bank and call them.
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The only information you MIGHT MIGHT MIGHT get out of them is a date in which it MIGHT come on the market OR if they can give you an Asset Manager's phone # & from there you MIGHT find out who MIGHT be assigned the listing when it does finally come on the market.
It may not come on the market for up to a year.
Shoot me an email directly if you'd like to talk to me some more. I don't look back on this same Trulia thread for answers posted after mine.
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