It really depends on the condition of the estate, cost of repairs and if the property is priced properly. Feel free to contact me directly so I can better assist you. If estimates of repair are needed I'm sure my vast database of professional contractors consisting on (plumbers, foundation, electricians, etc) will exceeding your expectations. There are a lot of deals to be had out there however you could find yourself in some serious trouble with out a knowledgable agent.
Keller Williams Realty
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There's not many foreclosures in Colleyville. Right now I only show five.
AS far as safety is concerned are you talking about crime rates or the condition of the house?
Are you one who can do rehab and fixup? Most foreclosures need work, so is that what you are prepared to do? Usually the ugliest house is the best deal, so if you can buy ugly and fix it up to the neighborhood standard and enjoy doing that sort of work then it may be worthwhile to you. If you are on the road six days a week and just want a nice place to come back to and relax, then a foreclosure may not be the right place.
Feel free to contact me directly so I can better assist you in your needs. I could answer your question within minutes. Thank you for your time.
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I am curious about what is behind your question. Is it safe to buy a foreclosure in Colleyville.
What I am wondering about is: are you concerned about value, or condition, or the fact that you are buying a foreclosure?
Where are a few general comments about Colleyville. I live in Colleyville and my children have been educated in the Grapevine/Colleyville ISD. In my opinion Colleyville is a great city to live in and has excellent schools.
There are very few foreclosures in the Colleyville area. Colleyville is conveniently located...........I cannot image that if you buy "smart" that you could go wrong purchasing in Colleyville.
Good Luck in your home purchase...................by the way, great shopping and great churches are also in the area. If you have specific questions we will be glad to answer specific questions about value etc.
Pam with Magness Blaser and Yoakum Realty with Ebby Halliday Realtors 214.929.5535
There is not much of a difference if you were buying a foreclosure or a home being sold by the owner-occupant. You still have to do due dilligence and get the home inspected. Your Realtor should be able to guide through the whole process so you make sure you are getting a clear title and not inheriting someone else's problems.
Colleyville is very desirable, actually there are only 3 forelcosures on the market right now so that's a good sign.
I'll be happy to be your Realtor if you are not commited to anyone yet.
It usually is okay...however consult a Realtor, to assist you with the process. There are many variables that you want to consider. Most importantly you don't want to over pay or end up with a home that you are unhappy with.
My team is available to assist you..we are a Full Service Firm, with a Mortgage Bank to assist you with your Financing.
You may reach me @ firstname.lastname@example.org
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In general though I think Colleyville is an excellent place to live and buy.
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