Where can I find foreclosure houses in Brentwood TN?

Asked by Liying Li, Nashville, TN Mon Jun 14, 2010

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Marilyn Bell, Agent, Calabasas, CA
Tue Jun 15, 2010
Great answers, but I always like to remind buyers that foreclosures aren't the only good deals out there. There are non-distressed sales with pricing comparable to foreclosures, but in much better condition. Make sure not to limit yourself only to foreclosure properties, you may miss out on an awesome deal. Good luck!
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Reggie Woodg…, Agent, Spring Hill, TN
Thu Oct 14, 2010
The best way to know when foreclosures are available in Brentwood or in any desired area is to first retain an REO specialist. I would suggest that you connect with this person as you would and attorney ( without the fees of course). Establish a client agent relationship, this would insure that the specialist would place you higher on his or her list to inform of the newest properties coming available in your desired area. Seeing that this person is an REO/Foreclosure specialist, chances are they will inform you of the property prior to it's being placed on the market. You may not have a price at that time, but you will have time to do your due diligence and beat the competition in hot areas.
I hope this helps!
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Kevin Pellat…, Agent, Franklin, TN
Fri Jun 18, 2010
By the way, in case you are considering the general area as well, Franklin has some very attractive homes available out of foreclosure right now too (across many price points). Does Franklin make your list Liying Li?
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Maria Holland, Agent, Brentwood, TN
Mon Jun 14, 2010
I have a great bank owned listing at 2049 Willowmet Lane in Brentwood. Having a broker look to help you find a good deal or a foreclosure like you might be looking for in your price range or with the criteria that is important to you. If you would like to see my listing at 2049 Willowmet Lane, please give me a call at 615-289-6056 or email me at 615-289-6056.
Web Reference:  http://www.mariaholland.net
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Mark Daugher…, Agent, Franklin, TN
Mon Jun 14, 2010
Bank owned properties represent some of the best values available in todays market. They aren't for everyone, but if you have some cash, and a broker that knows how to do the necessary due diligence, you can find some deals.
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Kevin Pellat…, Agent, Franklin, TN
Mon Jun 14, 2010
Liying Li, they are listed on Realtracs.com but not all of them advertise the fact that they are foreclosures. Here are the few that show themselves as a “foreclosure” on MLS (http://listings.realtracs.com/Buyer4.aspx?EmailID=34852100). William Wood makes some good points about financing challenges with foreclosed homes and his advice accurate for the majority of choices available - but there are a few rare circumstances where the conditions are very good in a foreclosed home (some clients have been fortunate enough to buy these over the last few years). Stephanie points out an excellent reminder service for new foreclosures too.

You might keep other "deals" in mind that do not happen to be foreclosures. We are seeing them come and go quickly as well (for instance, there is one in Chestnut Springs from Tim Kyne that is perfectly updated right now). We also have some pocket listings that are not yet on the market, but may be available to a savvy buyer.

What type of home are you looking for here in Brentwood (newer, fixer, land, affordable, luxury, etc)?

Kevin Pellatiro
Hoping to help you take advantage of the market – when you are ready.
(615)714-7918 | kpellatiro@realtracs.com
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Cece Wyant, Agent, Franklin, TN
Mon Jun 14, 2010
If you want to send me your email address, I can email you information on current foreclosure properties as well as information on new ones the day they come on the market. My email address is: ccwyant@comcast.net
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Kristy Hairs…, Agent, Nashville, TN
Mon Jun 14, 2010
Hi, Please visit this website to view most current list of foreclosures and short sales:
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William Wood, , Nashville, TN
Mon Jun 14, 2010

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 williamirawood@hotmail.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.

William Wood
Realty and Investment Management, LLC

PinPoint Properties LLC

1113 Murfreesboro Road, Ste. 106 #336
Franklin, TN 37064

Office 615.719.8622
Fax 615.229.0314

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James & Step…, Agent, NASHVILLE, TN
Mon Jun 14, 2010
Realtytrac is a great website for tracking foreclosures.

or you can view new foreclosure listings here:

Also, the search program on my website allows you to search by foreclosures.
Web Reference:  http://StephanieCrawford.net
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