How do you determine how much to offer for a for closed fannie may home?

Asked by Cathy, Wesley Chapel, FL Thu Apr 25, 2013

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Alma Kee, Agent, Tampa, FL
Sun May 12, 2013
Hi Cathy,

What do you mean by a "closed" Fannie Mae home?

If you're not yet working with a Realtor, find a Realtor to help you with making your offer.

It's not possible to buy any property in Tampa Bay below market unless you are paying ALL CASH and taking a lot of risk and buying at the foreclosure or tax deed auctions from the Clerk's office. You will not get clear title on those, will not be able to inspect and may also have difficulty removing the current tenant or owner from the property.

Also if you can see past the "ugliness" of most HUD owned properties you may be able to get an FHA 203K renovation mortgage to turn a sow's ear into a silk purse! http://www.HUDHomeStore.com Also only $100 down on FHA with HUD owned homes--you will have to pay ALL OF THE CLOSING COSTS so it's really a minimum of 2% down.

Good luck! It is a Seller's Market right now and with so many CASH investors from Wall St. your best bet is going after a property restricted to an owner-occupant, http://www.HomePath.com or Freddie Mac, you can't rely on Freddie Mac's website to be up-to-date so have your agent do a search for listings with Freddie Mac in the description.

Hope this helps.

All the best,
Alma
Alma Rose Kee, PA
Sold On Tampa Team
813.244.9898
http://www.SoldOnTampa.com
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Stephen McRo…, Mortgage Broker Or Lender, Tampa, FL
Thu Apr 25, 2013
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above value....that is if you are a serious buyer, and you actually want the property because there are 50 in back of you!

Its game on! Those entering this 2013 market trying to make low offers as if its 2010, with prices jumping up so fast, their ridiculous offers are literally laughed at!

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Daniel Barto, Agent, Naples, FL
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Multiple offers should be expected. Highest & Best on the first and only contract.
Your agent should provide a comparative analysis that details the expected selling price.
If done correctly, you will know the exact fair price to pay based on the comps. Then you can be confident whether your offer is accepted or not; you gave it your best shot at fair value. If your outbid, move on and take that knowledge with you to the next property.

Best of luck to you,

Danny Barto
Web Reference:  http://GalleonProperties.com
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