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d2t2d, Home Buyer in Keller, TX

What is the address on this property.?

Asked by d2t2d, Keller, TX Tue Oct 9, 2012

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Is that all it was missing Bruce?. Haha.. I had a friend that had to evict people that spent weeks after auction damaging the property, including concrete in the drains, before he was able to take possession and that was he tried to pay them to leave. Auction isn't for the faint of heart. The risk vs. reward would have to be huge for me personally, and most auction deals just don't have enough possible reward for me.
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If the specific address is not listed, it's not normally for sale. It might never be for sale. Long story, but it's a ploy to get you to buy their lists and that can have you chasing homes all over town with poor results.

If you only want foreclosures we can send you a list, but remember they're not always the best deal in town. Often ugly or need lots of work. I remember a foreclosure I went in recently in Keller was missing the kitchen sink, the counters, the toilet and the bathtub. That's extreme, but it happens.

You can check out some of the homes under $120,000 in keller area at this link:…

Some might be foreclosures, but some will be regular resales as well.
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Bruce Lynn, Real Estate Pro in Coppell, TX
it is very difficult to try and buy a house that is in a "per-foreclosure" status. trying to sell one house to an individual is not usually of interest to the big banks, who are handling a huge inventory of distressed properties and foreclosures. Also, over 60% of the homes that are on the monthly foreclosure listings report will not go to the auction. it is best to search the inventory that is currently listed on the market in the MLS through a Local realtor.
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A Notice of Trustee Sale has likely been filed with the county on a home on Stoneridge Dr. at some point in the past. Maybe recently, maybe a long time ago. That listing display here on Trulia is simply a display based off of a public record. It doesn't mean there has been, is or will be an auction for a home as described.

If you really have an interest in buying an REO (bank owned property) for a great price, why not just contact a Realtor? We have access to MLS which generally is used to sell REO property.

Joe Stone - Realtor
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These listings show that the bank is going to take the home back if it doesn't sell at auction. They are fed through Trulia from RealtyTrac so that they can try to get you to pay $50 monthly for the information that they provide. Once this home goes back to the bank it comes back onto the market with an agent. It won't likely be priced that low on the open market for Keller area that is really on the low side for us here in Keller.
Take care!
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Those sites are misleading if they CAN'T post the street # is the 1st clue. SAVE yourself time search via a Realtor websites we have to maintain accurate info. updated daily from MLS .

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