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Buying a Foreclosure Home

Buying a Foreclosed Home When people are unable to make their mortgage payments, the mortgagor or bank take the home back in a foreclosure proceeding. When a borrower is unable to make a loan payment for 120 days, the mortgage servicing company issues a notice of default and eventually takes ownership back over the property. This creates a new opportunity for someone to buy a home from foreclosure that is usually available at a discounted price. Buying a REO or HUD foreclosed home enables a home buyer to get a home they can afford while having the possibility of earning equity quickly.

In most cases you will be buying a home a clear title as the bank wipes out all liens when it buys the property at the auction. Banking institutions usually satisfy the outstanding liens and judgments before selling it to you. Be ready to negotiate with the bank when buying a home after a foreclosure. You may need to negotiate back and forth with offers and counter offers.

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