You can save money, but the process of buying just one foreclosure can be time consuming and frustrating. Most individuals who are just looking for a house to live in quickly abandon the foreclosure route because the timeline from bid to purchase can be a wide open variable.
You're better off purchasing from a property wholesaler. Property wholesalers buy all kinds of distressed houses, including foreclosures, then trash them out, clean them up and get them ready for investors and home buyers.
The buyer benefits by not having to deal with garbage, rodents and squatters. The wholesaler makes money on volume. Buying a foreclosure could save you 10s of thousands over a retail home, but buying from a wholesaler will still save you just a little less.
Our company deals in wholesale investment properties in Tampa. Take a look - http://www.btgh.com/tampa-florida-investment-properties/ . This should give you a good idea of the difference between foreclosure, wholesale and retail prices in the Houston area.... more
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Happy New Year ! Listing a for-sale-by-owner may put you at a disadvantage for someone working with a Realtor. Utilizing the experience and knowledge a realtor has will help you a great deal. Also, an important question to as is how will you track the people coming to your home and WHO will be stepping across your threshold? Qualified buyers or some nosey just-had-nothing-better to do today and we were curious, or worse.
Find a Realtor you trust and let them be your advocate. A SMART buyer will have a realtor and so should you.
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