Asked by Ashleene, Outside U.S. • Wed Jun 13, 2012
Iâ€™m from Europe & Iâ€™ve became aware of investing opportunities in Vegas only now & it looks like Iâ€™m a little too late seeing the inventory is very low. Iâ€™m looking to buy a single family home for 35000 to 45000 dollars. Iâ€™ve been looking MLS listings & I see offers that are amazingly too good: 3/2 homes in quite decent streets (at least thatâ€™s what I see on Google Maps street view). From what Iâ€™ve read prices listed are not the real amount these homes are going to sell for in the end;Iâ€™ve read about the risk of having to pay for liens & unpaid mortgage. What I think of doing is make an offer on a home selling for 35000/45000 dollars with multiple offers on it, expecting to have to pay 15000 to 20000 dollars more than the listing price if I want it to be mine. If my plan do materialize, should I put all the cash I already have as a down payment & get a credit that will pay the rest of the amount due? is it even possible to do this? I really need strong advices. Thank you.
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