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The most common homes foreclosure for sale is the result of three different stages of the foreclosure process. There is the stage where the Notice of Default has been issued, the stage where the home is offered to buyers at a Trustee Sale and, finally, the stage when the auction does not yield any winners and the home reverts to the loan provider, becoming a real estate owned home, or REO. The circumstances involved in purchasing a property at these three stages are different in every way and buyers would be wise to understand each stage to determine which one suits them. Homes in Pre-Foreclosure Once the default notice is sent out, the home is considered to be in pre-foreclosure. There are quite a number of instance where home owners would opt to sell their homes at this stage and experts say this is the best deal a new buyer can cut because the situation is ideal for all parties. The owner facing foreclosure will prevent the event and save their credit rating. The lender would not have to go through the long and often costly process of foreclosure. The buyer will be enjoying a huge discount and save a lot from the deal because the prices of the homes foreclosure for sale at this stage will be less than the amount of the outstanding loan taken out to purchase it, which remains unpaid. Foreclosure Auctions are more appropriate for real estate investors or those who do not intend to reside in the property, but rather to renovate it and offer it back to the market for a profit. Auctions are cash sales, but the opening bid price is pegged really low so that a bargain is almost always in sight. Buying from home auctions sometimes require the help of real estate experts because prospective buyers have limited time to conduct their own research plus they cannot inspect the property prior to the sale. The next best thing would be to obtain a history of the home and go from there. After Foreclosure REO homes are ideal for those who prefer the utmost security for their purchase. Once the property goes back to the lender of the loan for which it was bought, there will be more time to research it. Purchasing these homes foreclosure for sale can be a breeze because some lenders would also offer the credit facility for the buyers.
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