This property is NOT for sale for $59,737. That was the amount that the bank foreclosed on. When a property gets forclosed on, the ownership gets transferred back to the bank, which appears like a "sale." So, when Realty Trac browses through the free public databases for this information, it doesn't know how to interpret it. So, the property gets listed as a property for sale at the foreclosed amount and this is incorrect.
Currently this property is not actively marketed for sale. And just to reiterate, the amount of $59,737 is not the listed price but rather the amount that the property was foreclosed on. So, please do yourself a favor & do NOT trust websites that list incorrect information, but rather work with a full time Realtor knowledgable with foreclosures.
Buyer's Agent Realtor
This does appear to be a forelosed home. I did not find it in MLS available for sale, therefore I was unable to find any details about the property.
If you would like guidance with your purchase feel free to contact me! I would be happy to help you through the process of purchasing a lender owned home. I am working on several now including short sales.
I live and do business here in the Phoenix area, I walk into bank owned properties all the time,
Some are fairly clean and others are gutted. Missing toilets, fixtures, lighting, even the door knobes or the doors themselves.
Cindi and Randy is most likely correct. Also, the listing agent gave so little information, He/She is probably just trying to get leads. Where you have to register you name and phone number to get the information.
When you find a property that you want to make a offer on, hire your own real estate agent to protect you interest. 98% of buyer agents don't charge buyers to buy.
If you go to the Front Page of my website, you will find a link for Foreclosure listing, and you don't have to register. Website is http://www.PhyllisJCAnderson.com
If I can help, please don't hesitate to call