Hi, I'm not sure of the question, but I can see from the link that you are looking at foreclosure properties. I will offer a piece of advice from my own experience in that area. Contrary to common knowledge, banks actually do give homeowners ample time to recover from default pending foreclosure. The bank does not want to take back the property, and/or to be financially responsible for the taxes and maintenance expenses. The process is always a struggle for the homeowner, and as a result, foreclosed properties are in physical distress as well as financial, and the costs involved in making the space livable need to be calculated into your purchase. If you are the winning bidder at a foreclosure auction, there is still a delay in getting hold of clear title, and then you are faced with possibly months of renovations.
I'm sure you don't want your son to be distracted from his studies, by having to monitor the work of sub contractors. It's still a buyer's market, and cash is still king! I would be happy to help you negotiate a great deal on a purchase for your son.