The property referenced above is actually in pre-foreclosure, and since RealtyTrac elected not to furnish you with the complete address, I can't tell you anything else about it. If it has not yet been foreclosed, then the bank does not own the property. If the bank does now own it, we can't tell if it's on the market. And if it's on the market, we have no way of pinpointing the details of the listing without the exact street address. And without that information, we cannot tell you what type of financing and/or terms might be available on this particular home. Does that make sense?
You would be well advised to first secure the services of a Buyer's Broker Realtor to advise and assist you throughout the entire process. The cost to you is typically nothing, zero, zip ~ but the value to you could be immeasurable. Then you should obtain a referral/recommendation from your Realtor to a local, reputable mortgage lender who can help you obtain loan pre-approval.
Let me know if you have other questions, or if we can assist you further.
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This house is not even actively marketed for sale. What you saw was a posting by an online service giving you some brief information about a property where the bank has started the foreclosure process. The owner has not put this house up for sale. You can find more information by researching the foreclosure records on my site http://www.CheapPhoenixHomes.com/foreclosure , but still the house is NOT for sale.
To get access to the houses that are actually for sale, you'll be best served by allowing a Buyer's Agent Realtor to assist you. Otherwise, you'll keep finding postings of properties that really aren't even for sale.
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