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Home Buying in 60484 : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Jun 25, 2013
Alex Fenske answered:
I typically use HUDHomeStore.com as well, but there is one thing I don't like about it - once HUD verbally accepts an offer, they remove all traces of the property from the site, which can cause confusion if you're not sure you have the case number right. HomeTelosFirst.com, however, leaves the listings on their site until they close but marks them as "contract pending" once an offer is accepted. Visit my Trulia blog and read the post about FHA financing and HUD foreclosures for more info. ... more
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Fri Jan 4, 2013
susany satish answered:
Hi there
My name is Susany Satish and am an agent with Chase Real Estate. We are one of the leading agents for HUD foreclosed properties. Yes, $100 down payment is still in effect and most of our properties are also eligible for 203K loans. If you are looking for a HUD properties, please visit hudhomestore.com and if you are interested in any, please contact me at 630 540 6979. I will be more than happy to help you find a good deal. ... more
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Mon Dec 10, 2012
Edith Karoline Jasser answered:
Well all I can say that BAD winter weather in Chicago and Illinois will slow things down, and during the holidays people in general are busy, have visitors, parties etc. and Realtors also the same way are
busy with their families.... so things slow down a little....

But what is the difference to a buyer looking for a property, or for a seller having the home on the market during the winter months is a different story of course. If you are selling you have less competition by other homes, and for buyers less confusion, less to look at, and potentially a little
better situation to negotiate, as the sellers may want to be out of their home and are keeping it on the market because of that reason during the winter month....

But in general a well priced property in good move in condition will sell no matter what time of the year, and a ready and willing and approved buyer will find a the right property for them in time no matter what time of the year......
Edith
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