Hi Cpa Mba, Pricing it right is pricing it according to current market conditions in the area. Foreclosures tend to have issues like deteriorating from being vacant. Then you have a few foreclosures without damages and stress. So the prices will very with foreclosures and banks are not in the business of holding on to real estate. Banks would rather sell the property and this is the reason for their pricing. I would price a standard home according to current market prices. Sometimes banks with their agents intentionally price a home low to stir up a bidding war and sell the property for $10s of thousands more than asking. Work with a REALTOR in your area to get an idea of what your home if that is what you are inquiring about; would most likely sell for within your time frame.... more
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