You might find a great property you’d otherwise have overlooked if you categorically disqualified foreclosures and short sales. And when the market is tight, looking at distressed properties makes even more sense.
Although there’s no hard data on the rate of violent incidents between process servers who deliver foreclosure notices and homeowners, some who represent the servers say the housing crisis has aggravated the situation.
Ten months ago, Occupy Our Homes (OOH) officially launched in more than 20 cities, staging sit-ins at properties in danger of foreclosure to help distressed homeowners stave off eviction.
Today Zillow released a new foreclosure discount analysis that takes a new approach to answering the question, “How much can I save by buying a foreclosure?”
Homeowners across the country are growing so desperate to preserve their neighborhoods that they’re willing to buy the foreclosure next door — only to fail.
As you might expect, buying a foreclosed home comes with opportunities — and certain challenges.
You’re about to lose your home — now what?
Increasing numbers of real estate agents are collecting more scary tales about what they discover when they step inside a foreclosure.
Bravo’s hit reality TV show The Real Housewives, mimics the housing woes of real life more often than not. Watch what happens.
Mel Gibson’s Malibu property was re-listed with a $1 million price cut.
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