Austin foreclosures can provide a buyer or investor an opportunity to buy real estate at rock bottom prices. But, buying real estate from a bank is a much different process than buying from a traditional seller. The bank has a unique set of rules you must follow. We’ve uncovered many of the banks secret in our Guide to Buying Foreclosures further down the page.
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Less than 2% of homes that sell in Austin are foreclosures. And, foreclosures, sold 3 days faster than non-foreclosure sales. Austin foreclosures are perceived as good deals and attract a lot of attention. If you want a chance to purchase a foreclosure in Austin, you’re going to need to know about it when it is first listed for sale. Instead of bookmarking this page and checking back daily, why not sign up for one of our free, priority notification systems? You can sign up by email or in your favorite RSS reader. Instructions are below.
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Austin Real Time Market Stats
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Austin Foreclosures Perfect Opportunity for Someone Handy
Austin foreclosures can provide a buyer an opportunity to buy Austin real estate at some very affordable prices. Sometimes, it may allow you to buy in a neighborhood you wouldn’t otherwise afford, especially if you are handy. Many foreclosures need some work and if you can make repairs, you’ll be one step ahead of a lot of your competition who may be looking for a move-in ready home. And, you’ll be saving a ton of money not having to hire a contractor.
Austin foreclosures, sometimes called bank owned homes or REOs, are popping up in many neighborhoods. If you’re in the market to buy a home, whether it be to live in or to rent out, foreclosures may present an opportunity to buy at some of the lowest prices we’ve seen in years. But, don’t keep a closed mind to the rest of the market. When making a decision to buy a home, explore the entire market in your desired location. Then, choose the best property that makes sense both financially while considering livability.
Steps to Buying Austin Foreclosures
When buying a foreclosure from the bank it is important to remember the bank operates under their own rules. When they take offers, how they want the offers to be presented and what type of pre-approval letter the buyer must have changes from bank to bank. Its important to hire a buyer’s agent who is familiar with the bank’s rules and can help you navigate this process. And, best of all, being represented by a buyer’s agent is free to the buyer, so you have nothing to lose.
How to Buy Austin Foreclosures
For a detailed article about buying bank owned homes, check out our How to Buy Austin Foreclosures guide.
Contact an Austin Foreclosures Specialist
We have a combined 55+ years of experience dealing with banks and helping buyers with foreclosures. We know the process and know how to negotiate great deals for buyers. Fill out our Buyer Survey, call us at (512) 827-8323 or email us at info@11OaksRealty.com to schedule a no obligation consultation. And remember, buyer representation is paid by the listing company so to the buyer, its free!
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