How Do I Fix up a Distressed, REO, Bank Owned or Foreclosed Property?

“How Do I Fix up a Distressed, REO, Bank Owned or Foreclosed Property?”

Real Estate agents get asked this question all the time. The reason they get asked this is because there are some great opportunity properties available right now. Houses that potential buyers want to buy but for various reasons stay away from buying. Buyers think they are going to have to come up with the money to fix these properties or it just isn’t in their budget.

Below is a video about 203K loan programs. In this video the lender explains that it is possible to get money to help fix up the property – even for the dreamy stuff! Maybe the property is dated, maybe you want new appliances, maybe the property (Land & Location) is great but the house has to go! The 203K program is worth investigating if you want your dream house to have all your style!

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About Dena Stevens (719) 369.9087

Putting the 'real' into REALTOR since 2004 Ask about vacant land, ranch land or residential properties. Loyalty and devotion are things buyers and sellers expect from their Realtor as well as the fiduciary responsibility of due diligence. Dena is a certified Ecobroker, focused on sustainability, energy efficiency and the environment and is a Certified Sales Professional from the Association of Home Builders. Specialties: A client once said "you put the 'real' into REALTOR" to me. I took it as a complement and I've been using it ever since, I'm a no nonsense kind of person. I've been helping people buy and sell real estate since 2004. Associate Broker REALTOR Certified Sales Professional (CSP) Short Sale Foreclosure Resource (SFR) Ecobroker GHSP The Fair Housing Act is a federal act in the United States intended to protect the buyer or renter of a dwelling from seller or landlord discrimination. Its primary prohibition makes it unlawful to refuse to sell, rent to, or negotiate with any person because of that person's inclusion in a protected class.
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