JAMES JACKSON, Home Buyer in Oklahoma City, OK

Is this property available? if not, when.? HOA? Bathrooms in bedrooms? VA/FHA available? repairs? warranties? central heat/ac? warranty?

Asked by JAMES JACKSON, Oklahoma City, OK Thu Aug 23, 2012

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Mjack0718,

If you really want this home, you could always approach the current buyer, who has the contract on the property and ask them if you can buy their contract. If they agree, they can just assign their purchase contract to you and you can complete the sale.

This does involve paying a premium on the purchase contract, accepting the terms of the contract and having to convince the current buyer's they really do not want this house.

Just a suggestion,

Josh Barnett, Realtor
Web Reference: http://www.1ListingFee.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Aug 24, 2012
This property is not yet available, timing depends on the foreclosure process. I can alert you immediately when it hits. HOA is under $170/mo.
Cannot be financed via FHA, and probably not VA. Should be conventional loan or cash purchase.
2 beds, 2 bathrooms. Yes, it has central heat & air.
Condition is unknown until it hits the market, but I would expect it to need some repairs & updates. It will have NO warranties and will be an AS-IS sale.

I have more specific information, if you are interested. My contact info is in my profile. Thanks!
Web Reference: http://www.okcjulie.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Aug 23, 2012
It looks like it is in pre-foreclosure and not currently for sale. This process can be lengthy, especially if the owner filed for bankruptcy. I've seen them sit for a year and a half before they were put on the market.

If you can get me the full address, I'll be happy to look into it further.

Bridgett Wells
Keller Williams Realty
651-9320
bridgettwells@kw.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Aug 23, 2012
This is a contiuniation of the previous answer: There are several more homes that are available if you are looking to buy a foreclosure:

John Phillips
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Aug 23, 2012
Good Evening:
This home is actually under contract, 90% of the time foreclosures will not go FHA or VA because the seller will not do any repairs, sometimes you can get a regular conventional loan, HUD does have a FHA 203K loan that will allow you to buy the home and have it totally repaired with all repairs being added to the sales price, FNMA has just about the same program, FNMA will do a 35 down payment and pay up to 3% of your closing cost, HUD will do a $100.00 down payment and will also pay up to 3% of closing cost if you are the winning bidder. No one will do a VA loan on a foreclosure. There will be no warranties but you can purchase a home warranty for those items.

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John Phillips
405 413 0791
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Aug 23, 2012
It looks like the property you are considering is pending sale, that being said you could always submit an offer on the property as from time to time contracts will bust. Here is a link to some other properties with similar criteria. http://patrickmccool.kwrealty.com/listings/minprice/50000/ma…
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Aug 23, 2012
it depends, it indicates that a public action in the foreclosure procedures has starte that is part of public record and so for trulia pulled it. if you figure out what the address is and who the owner or lender is you might be able to contact them to get further information. if you are looking for homes in the metro area. I will be glad to help you find a property!!
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