When buying a foreclosure I believe the only added expense would be a survey of the property. Of course, you would need an attorney (I know a great, very inexpensive one) and you would want a home inspection.
I think if I understand correctly, you are looking to buy a home that was in foreclosure and is now bank owned. If that is correct , then it is going to be a regular sale and you will follow the same process as if you were buying normal property.
so you will make an offer , put earnest money down with a preapproval and you will close with a mortgage . Most of the times if you are making an offer on a bank owned property, the bank will require that you have a preapproval
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Since there are not a lot of forclosures in Naperville there is a lot of competition when they come on the market and many times investors have cash and the lenders will take a cash offer over one that has a mortgage contingency.
Foreclosures are and can be purchased with a mortgage contingency.
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as for buying a home that is in foreclosure, the foreclosure process in IL is quite involved and it depending on what step in the process you buy the home determine how to pay for it..
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Option Realty Group
Foreclosures are sold as is from the bank so you will have to do all the repairs including missing appliances, broken doors, pipes carpeting etc. So typically an investor buys a foreclosure with cash, puts up the money to do the repairs then when the home is in good working order either sells or refinances the home to get their money back. You can get a loan on some foreclosures if they are in good working order or repaired by the bank before selling. There are special loans to get thought your mortgage lender that provide for extra money in the financing.
You have so many options. With the market being so competitive right now foreclosures have not been the great dealer they were in the past has home owners are aggressively pricing their homes and may be a better price.
Make sure your agent is educated on guiding you on all your options and you work with a lender that provides you with all the types of loans available to you today.
Naperville and West Suburban Real Estate Agent
Buying a foreclosure property is like buying a home that has a seller...except that it's much more complicated and involves a lot more work.
Buying a foreclosed home can be a way to purchase a residential or investment property. When you buy a foreclosed property, you do not need to pay off the whole purchase at once. While the majority of your sale can be financed through a mortgage, you need to make an initial deposit to secure your purchase.
I think Darrell covered most of the things...all I will like to add to that is that it also depends if the REO is doing home path financing, where they will finance you to repair the property if need be and that depends on the type of loan you are going to take . You could also be a cash buyer and pay the whole money upfront.
If you are taking a loan you would still require money for closing, inspection and an attorney.
No, you do not have to have all the money upfront. You can have an FHA loan, which means you have to put down 3.5% of the sales price at closing. If the property needs a lot of work, you can get a loan for the work which would be added to the FHA loan. This is called an FHA 203Ks loan.
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Charles Rutenberg Realty
If a home has completed the foreclosure process, this is referred to as an REO. An REO home can be procured with cash or financed like any other home. The key is that the condition dictates the type of financing you will be able to obtain - banks will not typically make any repairs on an REO home. Since these are typically sold as-is, if the condition is not habitable or needs lender required repairs, an FHA or VA loan will be unlikely. Also, if you are not going to occupy, that changes your financing options also.