Foreclosure Home

Dated: 01/04/2018

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Foreclosures are a great way to save money on a home, whether purchasing your very first home or you are looking to buy an investment property.

Foreclosures may seem like a very scary home-purchase option but using a Knowledgeable Real Estate Agent can help take the fear out of the home buying process! Foreclosed homes can sell for up to 50% off market value, depending on the location & type of foreclosure. While buying a foreclosure is becoming much more mainstream, the true bargain hunters are finding their listings through our system. We provide all the information and resources you need to make your home purchase as easy as 1-2-3!

How Do I Get Started?

STEP 1: Create your profile: Tell us a little about yourself and the type of home you're looking for.

STEP 2: Register for instant access to our database of listings.

STEP 3: Search homes & connect with a real estate agent to purchase the home of your dreams.

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Mary White

Mary White is proud to be part of the HTR Team. Her number one goal is customer satisfaction and she looks forward to the opportunity to earn your business. Mary's many years in legal services has pre....

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