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James, Home Buyer in Mineral Bluff, GA

Do realtors set the price on a foreclosure property or does the bank. Saw a property that dropped 40K in four weeks.

Asked by James, Mineral Bluff, GA Thu Oct 21, 2010

Are they just trying to generate interest with an unrealistic asking price.

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Desari Jabbar’s answer
A listing agent will make recommendations, but the bank has the last word. $40,000 in 4 weeks is quite a price reduction, though. It could be that a defect or repair issue was uncovered in the property. Perhaps, a previous buyer did an inspection and found repairs were needed. Ask your realtor to speak with the listing agent. If there was a previous inspection done, the listing agent should share the negative findings with your realtor.
If you don't have a realtor, considering consulting a one for assistance. Trulia would be a great place to start.

Best of luck to you!
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Hi James,

If the property is in the process of foreclosure proceedings the seller maintains control over what he or she sets as the price.....if a potential Offer comes in lower than what is owed(mortgage), the Bank will have to approve the funds/terms in the settlement. If the property has gone through foreclosure and a sheriff's sale and now is owned by the Bank, the Bank will determine the list price/adjustments. Professional Realtors make recommendations for price listings/adjustments based on analytical facts in the market. If you are interested in a Foreclosure/Short Sale I would definately recommend you seek the assistance of a Professional Realtor with experience in this Field.

Good Luck!

The Birschbach Team
Keller Williams - Madison
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