I personally wouldn't get caught up in any short sales. There's no guarantee they'll close and there's good chance the listing agent will low ball the list price to get offers in. Causing you an unrealistic price acceptance from the bank. Which means, once the bank does an appraisal/BPO/CMA on the home, they could increase the purchase price on you. And you wouldn't find out until several months after putting an offer on the home. Stick with REO properties and be aggressive when you find one.
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Go take a look at the community pool and Spa and you'll see why.
I personally like a GUARD gated community over the keypad gated that anyone can get through.
Check out the TOLL BROTHER homes in that community, they are spectacular.
Hope this helps.
Best of Luck
Terry S. Smith
you have a valid question and a great question at that. Cimarron hills is a very nice community and when thinking about living in a master planned community you must ask yourself these questions?
DOes this home match my criteria of a home I want to live in?
How close is it to work?
Does it have all the amenities that my family and I want near by?
Could I see myself living in this home in 10 years?
If no to any of these questions then that master planned community may not be for you
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This gated community with mountain views and locale, schools etc make it a desirable area. I don't see a predominance of foreclosures at this time. Will there be some yes.