Any of the Tampa and Palm Harbor agents (including myself) who have answered this question can help you, just click on our name next to our picture and then click on "contact me" to send us an email directly or you can click view profile and then access our phone and contact information there.
There are now 7 Bank Owned (REO) properties listed in Oldsmar and another 300+ properties that are either Bank Owned or Short Sale's (selling for less than what is owed) within 5 miles of Oldsmar. One of them is what you are looking for in your next home!
Best of luck in your search, let me know if I can help.
I called our office and they referred and agent in Oldsmar for your. You can call agent Judy Loar, Charles Rutenberg Realty, Phone number 727-510-4749, or send her an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Give her a call, I was told she was great when it comes to working with homebuyers. I hope she would be to help you find foreclosures in Oldsmar and anywhere else in Pinellas County. Take care.
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There are currently 5 Bank Owned properties that are appearing as available for you to buy in Oldsmar:
There are also Pre-foreclosure, Short Sales that have an approved seller and sale price that you can actually buy at the asking price.
Also there are Pre-Foreclosure, Short Sales that may have a list price that is not possible once the lender does their appraisal. You see, unless a Short Sale's price and Seller have been approved, there is no way to be 100% certain how low of a price you can buy it.
You're welcome to "browse Like A Realtor" on my website if you're not already working with a Realtor:
All the best,
Alma Rose Kee, PA
Future Home Reatly
Westchase Office (close to Oldsmar)
I live near Oldsmar , I can help you with purchasing a property if you have one in mind already. Hopefully its still available. Contact me so we can chat and see what we can do to help you. FYI Never contact the listing agent,remember they work for the seller. Buying a foreclosure property can be easy or can be a nightmare.Always depends on your representation and the bank we have to deal with. Lets talk about it,Give me a call at 813-381-0067 Ben or e-mail Ben.email@example.com
If you are asking for a bank owned property also known as an REO (real estate owned) these are listed on the MLS. You could search for a property with an agent or like an agent with a Listingbook account. You could sign up (for free) at our website. If you are seeking a bank owned property you would be best served to get your self pre approved for a mortgage. Some loan programs work with bank owned and others do not.
Your next step would be to clarify what you are looking to buy. Sometimes a traditional sale or even a new home could be a wiser financial choice than a bank owned. You'd have to consider the big picture and what works best for you.
Steve Eckhardt, Broker
Cornerstone Properties & Investments LLC