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Bank Owned Homes in Arizona
Bank Owned Homes in Arizona For Sale
There is no shortage of bank owned homes in Arizona. The bank will increase and decrease their inventory of homes by foreclosing on homes or by selling the homes they have foreclosed upon. The standard for bank owned homes in Arizona used to be that they were mostly in bad condition; then, the banks realized that they could recoup more by doing some small repairs, i.e. paint and carpet. Now, it really just depends on the market as to whether they will make repairs on any bank owned homes in Arizona. The Arizona foreclosure listings inventory also ebbs and flows with the market depending on conditions. The banks’ inventory of foreclosure listings in Arizona has been, at times, the predominant listing type. This creates a less than ideal market of vacant houses for neighborhoods and HOAs. However, on the flip side, as a buyer these vacant houses of Arizona foreclosure listings are very easy to show. It is easier to spot issues when you don’t have to navigate furniture and personal belongings. All things considered there are always two sides to every coin and that means opportunity for buyers and sellers who can see potential and act on it. Call us! We can help.
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How Financing Works
Want to buy a house? One of the first steps is to get your financing in order. If you can buy with cash, then you are ready to start looking at houses. If you can’t pay cash, then maybe you are looking for an owner financing deal or a rent to own or lease with the option to buy. If there are limited owner financing options, you can go with the traditional mortgage type loan. In Arizona, it is actually known as a “deed of trust.”
How financing with banks works: Once you have found a house and have an accepted offer you can get the ball rolling on financing. Your loan officer will have already pre-approved you by running your credit and asking you a series of financial and job related questions. Assuming you answered their questions accurately, there should be minimal problems in getting you the loan. The lender will judge your ability to repay the loan, look at your credit, and see your history of pay back loans, then they will proceed to the collateral. The house or land is the bank’s collateral and recourse if you don’t make good on your loan payments. They will order an appraisal from a Certified or licensed appraiser and if the property is worth what you offered, you’re in business! There are thousands of differing issues that arise when trying to procure a loan and we can’t go over them all here. The best thing to do is talk to a real estate professional and get the ball rolling. It is a good idea to start the process a few months before you need to buy. Keep in mind once you have found the house you want and get an offer accepted, it typically takes 30 days to close the deal.
Buying Scottsdale Foreclosures
Scottsdale is a huge city and there are plenty of Scottsdale foreclosures waiting to be bought. Scottsdale foreclosures sell daily at the Maricopa county auction. If you are looking to buy Scottsdale foreclosures, then you have a few things to consider.
Unlike areas like Queen Creek or San Tan Valley, which are comprised mostly of relatively new homes, Scottsdale has been around for a while, being comprised of a much older median house age. Why does this matter when buying Scottsdale foreclosures? There are a few less things to worry about in a new house than an older one. With Scottsdale foreclosures, you can’t always see the interior. This can be more risky to buy than an unseen house that is newer. With the newer houses, you can assume that it is up to code and if it is in a subdivision, you can further assume that similar construction techniques and exterior facades are similar. With an older non-tract house, there are many unknowns. So when it comes to buying Scottsdale foreclosures, just be aware and know your risk. To lower your risk, buy newer tract homes in good neighborhoods. For more risk and maybe a little more reward, go for the fixer-uppers. Scottsdale foreclosures can be very profitable. To further explore your options, call us today.