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Awilda, Other/Just Looking in Massachusetts

Is there anyway to see the inside of a house that's up for auction before the auction takes place?

Asked by Awilda, Massachusetts Sun Aug 9, 2009

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An agent maybe able to contact the auction co. and get the lock box to give you access. Some auction companies set up House Sitters. These are agents that open the house for specific housrs prior to auction to allow access. The agent does not giv information on the property.

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Aug 26, 2009
Scott is absolutely correct. Some houses are listed as Auctions by Realtors that will allow showings up until a predetermined amount of time before the auction. Is there a specific property in mind?
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Aug 9, 2009
Some properties allow for pre-inspection, others do not. It all depends on the rules of the auction. Also that's sometimes why the prices are low, due to the risk involved.
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