If the sale date is soon you should talk to an attorney ASAP, they can usually stall the trustee sale ,then you need to figure out what you can do with the property,you can talk to a real estate agent,good luck !... more
You should focus on REO properties, or "bank owned" instead. With foreclosures you will need all cash and you also will "inherit" all the debt that the current seller still has. You will be responsible for any unpaid property taxes...etc. If the seller will not vacate the property, you will be responsible for evicting them... which can be a big pain in the a$$.
And lastly, most of the time, buying a foreclosure is not a bargain. The sellers will have stopped keeping up with the property so there will be a lot of money to invest to fix it up and you will be bidding with others interested so in the end, you will probably end up paying close to the market value for it.
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Don't worry about the public estimated values of your home, the most accurate will be through county records. I can email you your property profile in less than 5 minutes, no strings attached.
Let me know how I can help.
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