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Fri May 26, 2017
rfarmer124 answered:
Some people have said "bad investment" buy used.....well my opinion is it will be a great investment....as you know, new houses virtually STOPPED by the beginning of 2008 and didn't really begin until 2014 AND moderate at best......guess what's going to happen by say 2020 when people start asking "I want to buy something virtually new".....There wouldn't be anything out there virtually new.....What I mean is something built in 2000- 2007 will be virtually new.....hmmm I think there is going to be a HUGE price gap on houses, ones that were built say in 2014+ and all the rest prior to 2007 ...know what I mean ... more
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Wed Jan 8, 2014
Richard Yost answered:
I would suggest checking Craigslist . They have many homes for rent listed
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Thu Mar 8, 2012
Nancy Carleton answered:
Hi Don,

I think that's a good question! I'll send that up to our MLS gurus and see if it can't be added.
I don't work the Berwick area but have a great log home on the Back River coming back on the market shortly! Happy to send you the information if you have any interest in this area.

Best regards, Nancy
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Thu Aug 20, 2009
Mh Solutions Inc answered:
Hi Dave,
REO properties have already been to auction. Once the bank forecloses on a property and has an auction then it becomes an REO (Real Estate Owned). Finding the auction date at this point therefore would require looking back in time. If you're interested in putting in an offer on it, then you'll want to find the REO broker that the bank plans to use. I'd go to the public records find out who the lender is, call them and ask. They may not give you any info if you're not authorized, but they may! Also, the lender's often advertise REO's on their websites before they hit the MLS. You may need to dig a little.

Good luck!
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