There is a piece of property that will be going up for auction March 1st. Is there a way to purchase this?

Asked by K Louvier, Pearland, TX Mon Feb 16, 2009

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Carl Hawthor…, Agent, Woodstock, GA
Thu May 3, 2012
Submit a offer with limited amount of contingencies and a pre-approval letter ASAP. Depending on the market a bank will save money by dealing directly with you. However, banks are slow and the house may go to auction before anyone reviews your offer. Good Luck!
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Don Spera, , York, PA
Wed Dec 29, 2010
Auctioneers in our area will require you to have 10% of the purchase price in certified funds at the time of the sale along with a pre-approval letter with very minimum conditions that need to be met for you to get the money. If your approval letter is predicated on a number of things, they may disregard it completely, as then it is really not worth the paper it is written on.
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Sandy Viveir…, Agent, Pearland, TX
Mon Feb 16, 2009
As a long time Buyer's agent in Pearland, I would be most happy to assist you in finding out any information available for this property. Also would be happy to represent you as a buyer's agent.
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Dallas Texas, Agent, Dallas, TN
Mon Feb 16, 2009
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Contact listing agent submit a sale offer thru your buyers agent, if submitted timely bank may consider your offer. All offers must have a lender approval letter attached.
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