Oggi Kashi - 415.690.3792 direct
Broker Associate, Paragon Real Estate Group CA DRE 01844627
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And, as with all sales, highest price, least contingencies, fastest close, strongest buyer (read biggest down) wins.
Keynote Properties 415 860 0765
There are few disclosures. The transaction is 'as-is.' You will be bound by the individual bank's process and generally their contract. And the transaction often has a somewhat longer timeline than a regular purchase.
Feel free to call me for more information. 415-200-7202
I'm closing one REO deal this week and put offer to purchase another. I would be happy to help you to find the best deal. Please contact me at Ellie@ClimbSF.com or 415.948.1601
Look forward to working with you.
I have had limited experience in this area, but if you want I can put you in touch with someone who specializes in foreclosed and short sale properties. Let me know and best of luck.
Greg Bryan JD/MBA
GB and Associates/McGuire Real Estate/Urban Bay Properties
I agree, buying a foreclosure is pretty simple. these listings should appear in the local MLS. Once you find a property you like, it's always best to come in quickly and make the best offer you can if your realtor think there may be overbidding (it all is property specific so be sure you have a discussion with your agent regarding the specific of any particular property before you make an offer). all cash certainly helps these days. Patience too.
Realtor in SF since 2002
Zephyr Real Estate