Are there any foreclosed homes for sale on Hickory Hollow Dr. NRH, Texas?

Asked by Jessie & James, North Richland Hills, TX Sun Dec 23, 2012

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Rick DeVoss, Agent, Ft Worth, TX
Mon Feb 4, 2013
Dear Jessie & James,

It appears that you had a question regarding properties in N. Richland Hills. Please consider getting in touch with the local expert, as I have been selling houses in the area for 33 years.

The street you were referring to is "Hickory Hollow Lane." The most recent activity on that short street (2 blocks long) was a house that sold for $160,000. There was another property listed on the same street last year for $275,000. It did not sell and was pulled off the market. Probably by a frustrated seller who didn't want to accept that it would not sell for that price!

There is currently a house that has gone into foreclosure, and I have the informaton on it. The property is currently owned by the Bank; however, the Bank is not ready to put it up for marketing by local Realtors. Are you an investor looking to acquire another house in that area? Then I would welcome your call, and we will see if we can't be the first to submit an offer on this house.

Hickory Hollow Lane sits in the Foster Village subdivision of North Richland Hills. It is a very nice area, with great schools! There are only 49 properties on this street, and they will sell for much more than this house was foreclosed for. So, if you are willing to fix it up and put some fresh paint on it, you would be able to make a profit when you flip it. Or, it could make a nice rental property as well.

For a more detailed answer to your question, please contact me at your convenience.

Rick DeVoss

ULTRA Real Estate Services

817-300-6121

RickDeVoss@Realtor.com
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Bruce Lynn, Agent, Coppell, TX
Mon Dec 24, 2012
I don't show any. What you are seeing posted is likely a notice of default or NOD. Sometimes these get cured, sometimes they don't. If they don't than it could be anywhere from 30 days to 3-4 years, before they get foreclosed and the house goes on the market.

Here are some other homes for sale in the area:
http://www.metroplexhomesalesinfo.com/listings/areas/139729/…
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