Before looking broadly for "foreclosures", it is best to discuss the financing of a foreclosed home.
Many banks want cash (no financing) for foreclosures. And many foreclosures need renovations that banks will not finance (up front, prior to purchasing the home).
So the question is: Do you have a significant amount of cash to put down on the home and/or can you pay for the rehabilitation of the home with cash without getting a loan to do so? If not, buying directly from the lender of a foreclosed home may be difficult/impossible.
I'm an investor who frequently purchases AND rehabs homes in both Nashville and Atlanta.
If you're interested in knowing more about the process, e-mail me directly at email@example.com. We can discuss what you're looking for, how you're structured financially (this is very important when looking at foreclosures, as I noted above), and how/if I can help you.
Great luck in your search.
Realty and Investment Management, LLC
PinPoint Properties LLC
1113 Murfreesboro Road, Ste. 106 #336
Franklin, TN 37064
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