Buying Foreclosures? It’s All About The Forclosure Lists

By: Joseph Smith


The increase in the number of people who want to purchase property necessitates that you have a forclosure lists if you want the most lucrative properties. The number of properties put up for foreclosure has risen. This however does not mean that all property is good. When home owners realize their house have been put up for foreclosure, most of them tend to do as much damage as possible to the house. They blame the bank for taking their houses while in the real sense, they are frustrated, maybe because they lost their job and therefore they cannot make their mortgage payments on time.

Chuck Bugges is a realtor in South Florida and has seen all types of houses. He keeps an updated list of open upcoming foreclosures in South Florida. With the list, he can inspect the property before making his moves. During his course of inspecting houses for his clients, has come across damages that make the property more expensive to buy overall.

In his business, having a list of foreclosures that are available in his area is important both for him and his clients. With the list, he can inspect the property beforehand and advise his clients accordingly. Also, he knows which houses are scheduled to be put on foreclosure and he can make deals with the home owners and get the houses at a fair price than an auction would have offered. His clients are many and very satisfied

“Whatever Bugges tells me about a house, I believe it. He knows what he is doing”, says Gud Perry, a Danish citizen who just bought a house in South Florida through Bugges.

Bugges says anyone who wants to get a good foreclosed house must have forclosure lists. Inasmuch as there are many foreclosed properties, the good ones get sold quickly and it is nearly impossible to find a good one during an auction.

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Joseph Smith has been educating buyers on the finer points of forclosure lists purchase at TopForeclosureListings.com for over five years. Click here to visit and read more advice on finding Florida forclosure lists.

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