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Why do some foreclosed homes have parking listed and a price behind it.

  • December 04 2012 - Belknap Lookout
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It seems as if you are asking about parking space? Homes/apartments/condos in cities often have parking available either to rent or purchase. If the foreclosed home had parking attached to the property, i.e., was previously owned by the property mortgage holder, then it would again be available to the new owner, for a price. 
  • December 05 2012
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Some homes that are foreclosed start out at an asking price and then in Grand Rapids, MI area. Fannie Mae or Hud take all the bids and accept the highest offer. Many times in the Grand Rapids Area that has been over the LP or Listing Price. Homes are selling Fast if you are interested in buying a foreclosed home call me I am willing to help.

Beth Sexton

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  • December 05 2012
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What the heck does this mean? Behind what? I assume you are talking about a bank owned home that has been foreclosed, but that is meaningless really. What are you seeing and where are you seeing this? Maybe a link would help or more information so we can figure out what you are asking.
  • December 05 2012
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