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Gloria Rios, Home Buyer in Concord, CA

Are there foreclosures in Contra Costa County, CA for me to see and review?

Asked by Gloria Rios, Concord, CA Sun Jul 13, 2008

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Yes there are. If you give me an area you wish to focus on, I can send you what ever you need. My number is 925-550-8479. Thank you,
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There are literally thousands, therefore you really need to narrow down to what do you want to do with the foreclosures. Live, rent, whatever you want to do, there are dumps and there are good buys. Like everyone below, I have access to the MLS to view homes on my website, however, one thing that seperates me from them is that I have a few listings coming up that are foreclosed and the bank wants to sell it.

Let me know if I can help you.
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There are thousands of foreclosure listings in Contra Costa County. Most are listed with our local multiple listing service and can be viewed on any agent website that carries an MLS feed. If you want to learn more about foreclosures, we have an educational website that has several free online classes available to assist you. Depending on particular buying needs and your financing, some types of foreclosures may be eliminated as possibilities. Especially if you will be obtaining financing insured by FHA. I'm happy to anser any questions you may have via e-mail or phone.
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There certainly are many. What areas are you looking? What's your purchasing power? View my website for many a bank owned property or contact me so I can set you up with a auto email of homes.
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Certainly there are lots of foreclosures. But you have to be prepared with your loan , your price point, your down payment and KNOW what you are willing to do and not do. On many you are up against investors with lots of money , and not much emotion. Some asset managers are going for the "sure thing" with more money down or few contingencies. You just have to know your comfort level and do the best you can. There are many opportunities but you have to be ready, as many of these are getting multiple offers.
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