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I have never dealt with foreclosed homes. What do i need to do if interested in a property?

  • Question refers to 830 Quari St, Aurora, CO 80011
  • February 26 2010
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Contacts a local real estate agent for the free information.
or you had to pay to the foreclosure websites for the service and reads this before you sign up for the service.
How do i cancel my membership?
http://www.zillow.com/advice-thread/How-do-i-cancel-my-membership/329617/
  • March 01 2010
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Subscribing to the 7-day free trial at the "details" link above will give you the direct contact number to find out about the property. 
  • March 01 2010
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Looks like you have two options. You could call on the sign or track down the company online who is listing it and deal with them directly. Or, in my opinion, your best option is to have your buyers agent contact them for you and start working to see if this property is indeed right for you. If you haven't bothered to get a mortgage preapproval yet, that's your first step(unless all cash). Can you get it at the right price for the repairs needed? Is it insurable? Can you pay cash to repair it or need financing(like home path) for that? what is it worth in it's current condition and if it were fixed up? Now you have a starting point! best of luck to you.

  • February 26 2010
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