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Foreclosure in Waterbury : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Oct 19, 2017
Carol.terry answered:
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Tue Nov 5, 2013
Phil Zimbardi answered:
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Fri Mar 29, 2013
Phil Zimbardi answered:
A lot of the time they are not flexible with the amount. I would expect a minimum of $1000. See what they offer and then make a realistic counter (less than 2x) that includes being out within 2 weeks. ... more
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Sun Jan 27, 2013
Connie Pereira answered:
Thanks Ron, but the content of this question still applies today!
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Mon Aug 8, 2011
Julie Traver Lucia answered:
Hi Evelyn, there may also be a difference between if it is an auction from the City which would be a tax one or if it is directly from the lender which would be a foreclosure by sale. You may also have a redemption period to try to get the property back or can file for bankruptcy protection or a short sale to help your credit in the future. Please feel free to contact me to discuss further, Julie Lucia, Realtor, Showcase Realty, 203-578-5631; ... more
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Tue Apr 19, 2011
Don Fabrizio-Garcia answered:
When you see the $1.00 transfer of a home to the bank, it means that the bank took the home back from the previous owner through a strict foreclosure. The court simply awards the bank ownership/title to the home.
To record the document, a nominal fee (the $1.00 you see) must be applied to the transfer.

These are homes that are now bank owned. Eventually - it could be as quickly as a couple of weeks, but could also take much longer - the home will be listed for sale by a real estate agent on behalf of the new owner (the bank).

Hope this helps!
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Mon Apr 18, 2011
Sarah Klamm answered:
There are many phases of a foreclosure. Sometimes, they have not designated a listing price yet. Some of the homes are not even for sale at this time. Websites pull info from other websites and information is often invalid or old. If you find something that looks good, check with a local agent in your area who can get the details for you or watch for the home to hit the market and then notify you. DO NOT pay one of the "foreclosure listing" sites for their info. Your local agent is always your best bet. Good luck! ... more
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Mon Apr 18, 2011
BG answered:
starting Bid is $1 ... winning bid is a few more zeros adding to it ... some may even said "for $1, you can assume the Title and Mortgage".
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Tue Jan 20, 2009
Michael Masciangioli answered:
Tax sales do happen but are very rare, and by time the city takes them they have been vacant for quite some time. Ultimately resulting in need of a lot of work; vandalism, freeze damage, and theft.They are sold at auctions and require large deposits are need and full payment shortly after. As of this morning there were 98 homes in Waterbury “if that’s wear your looking” for less than 100K. There is good deals out there if you have someone that knows how to look for them. In addition if you have good credit and some money you can buy these with a mortgage that actually gives you money to fix the place up. Some homes can even be bought for half price through special financing with HUD and city jobs. The first step is getting in touch with an agent that knows about what you ultimately have in mind for personal and financial goals. I hope this helps, any questions ... more
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