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Where can i buy a house like this?

Where can i buy a house like this in this area?
Anyone? Thank you.

760 Chiltern Rd. Hillsborough, CA
  •   Recently Sold: $51,000
  • February 21 2011 - Hillsborough
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And the purpose of answering an 8 month old question repeating what has already been said is.....
  • October 22 2011
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The entry price for Hillsborough is generally $1.5M. 
  • October 22 2011
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You can't.  That is not a sale price.  More research would have to be done to find out exactly what it is, but it is definitely not a sale price for a property that was on the open market.
  • February 21 2011
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You cannot! This most likely a NOD notice, notice of default, not a sale price.

Best,

Tap
  • February 21 2011
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I agree, it was probably something unusual if it's that far out of line with market trends. Here are some good websites for searching goverment owned property (Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac & HUD). You'll find some discounts on these sites, but usually it's for good reason (property condition, location, etc.):

HUD: http://hudhomestore.com/HudHome/Index.aspx
Fannie: http://www.homepath.com/
Freddie: http://www.homesteps.com/
  • February 21 2011
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Usually when one sees a value that is so out of line with market value, it is either a family transfer or a transfer to a trust and not a true sales price between strangers.  
  • February 21 2011
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