Zillow shows it sold for $720k on 10/26/2010... It also shows it was listed on 8/12 then removed on 10/7 but sold on 10/26.
Were you the lucky buyer that got it the 2nd time around?
If not, find a local Realtor to help you make your offer the first day a bargain like this comes on the market or if it comes "back on the market" like it appears this one did.
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Mott is right, there is no obligation to take your asking price offer or for that matter, tell you why they accepted another contract. This did not close yet or recorded sale, have your agent keep track of the closing price . Alma point about title is a good one. Unless you think you were the victim of discrimination, race or religion type of thing you have no recourse. Borrowing over 419k is a jumbo loan so if you were trying to leverage a jumbo borrowing 500k and down 220k right there there is trouble. Try to stay with conventional loan
It's possible the buyer purchased the property without a Title Insurance policy and paid ALL CASH. You may be aware that certain banks are not able to get a Title Insurance policy because of their fraudulent foreclosure paperwork.
If you also offered ALL CASH and were willing to buy it without a clear title then you may have gotten the property.
I often see bank owned listings go under contract the first day it goes on the market. Why didn't you submit your offer on the first the property was listed? Make sure to do that next time!
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I agree, the other agent that answered th question on here did not seem to feel it was, I do. The bank woul be taking so little per dollar that it is suspicous. But, in reality there is not much any of us can do with this type of situaiton.
As my colleague also stated, the bank is not one of the 3 pulling all foreclsoures, however, all will be looked at much more closely and obtaining title will be challenging. That is coming from the attonrney I regularly use for title.
My best advice is to move on, it is not a very logical situation and may very well be something you do not want to be involved in.
There are enough good deals out there that you will find one. Foreclosures sometimes do not pan out as planned, and for a good reason.
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