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What are seized properties? Why are they so cheap?
A seized property is a home that has been repossessed by the lender because the owners failed to pay the mortgage - this is called foreclosure. Hundreds of thousands of homes end up in foreclosure every year. Economic conditions affect the number of foreclosures, too. Due to a variety of circumstances, hundreds of people or businesses default on their mortgages every day, and as a result have their properties seized by banks or other private and government institutions.
Because of the constant influx of new seized properties and the enormous amount of money and time required to maintain and market them, the banks attempt to recover at least some of the money by conducting public seized property auctions. If you choose to become a member, you will be able to access fresh listings nationwide and have an exclusive ability to buy directly from the banks and other institutions, for up to 90% off the actual market value of any property.
What types of seized properties are there?
You can find virtually any type of real estate within our network: single-family houses, multi-unit houses, apartments/townhouses, commercial properties, mobile homes, land, timeshares, vacation and rental properties.
How do you determine the value of a seized property?
You will be provided with all the information regarding the assessed value and the current market value of any seized property.
Is it possible to get financing?
Yes. You will get access to a wide variety of financial institutions that provide mortgages for seized properties. Your interest rate will vary depending on your credit score and other factors, but even with bad credit you will be able to buy properties with small down payments and have a good interest rate on your mortgage - because there are hundreds of banks and they are forced to compete for your business.
Is it possible to resell the properties and make profit?
Absolutely! Many people have been doing this for a long time now, building their wealth and net worth in the process, buying and selling seized properties. More and more properties become repossessed every month thus providing a constant variety and a growth factor to this market sector. You can acquire the properties through this site and sell them immediately for their current going market value, and pocket all the profit which could range from tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars if you buy smart! Remember, real estate is the number one "millionaire-maker" in the United States - and seized properties sector is the number one profit-generator within the real estate market!
Is it possible to buy properties with $0 down?
Of course! Zero-down seized properties are available in every state and many new properties are added to the listings on a daily basis!
How do I get started?
If you become a member by , you'll be fully authorized to perform searches for the Seized Property Listing in your area.