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Foreclosure in Leavenworth County : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Jun 26, 2014
John W Barnes answered:
The property tax will be or should be figured on the new sales price of your home. You will need to be aggressive with the appeals process to make them change the appraised value of your home if it is more than your purchase price, most of the time a copy of the contract maybe sufficient to get this done. They have not been doing things automatically especially if it means they will get less revenue so your involvement with the county will be extremely important. This anwer is only from personal experience and should not be considered the "letter of the law". ... more
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Sun Jan 23, 2011
Eric answered:
Hey Guzey,

There is! How wide of an area are you looking at though? You can contact banks in your area, they have lists, you can drive down to the courthouse and get some info, you can go talk to your county clerk. Lots of ways to get it. However, you'll probably spend hours gathering all this info, especially if your looking at a couple different markets, where you could spend a couple bucks and get it instantly from one of the aggregated websites.

Just depends on how much money a few hours of your time is worth. After all, time is money! Up to you.
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Mon Nov 16, 2009
Maria Center answered:
Be sure to check into rehab financing too if you need it. A couple of the big lenders are offering it on the foreclosures right now to help move properties in need of repair and it can help bring distressed properties back up to livable at a reasonable rate. ... more
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