Short sale and Foreclosures are everywhere not just on the popular states like Nevada, California and Arizona. There are many homes that are in great condition and valued at least 10% below market value. HUD homes are one of them. Most buyers are not aware of HUD homes.
What is a HUD home?
Answer: A Foreclosure property that was taken over by HUD as the result of a deficiency by the home owner on an FHA mortgage.
What is the benefit of buying a HUD home?
Answer: Condition of HUD homes can be of low to moderate value. Traditionally, however, HUD homes have been in better shape than the average VA property. HUD however, inspect the property before putting it on the market. You can read the inspection report before writing an offer.
- Theresa Deardorff, real estate broker, will prepare and submit your offer and deposit for you without charging you.
- HUD pays for 5% of your closing costs, saving you thousands.
- You can move in faster if you purchase a HUD home eligible for FHA-insured mortgage because it has already been appraised.
- HUD homes may be eligible for repair loans built into the mortgage and buyers may qualify for 3 percent down payments.
How to buy a HUD home?
Answer: Only a licensed real estate broker and authorized HUD agent like Theresa Deardorff can write an offer to a HUD home. HUD restricts the sale of some properties to "owner occupant" only. HUD wants the buyers of these properties to actually reside at that property for at least one year.
Call Theresa (971) 244-2125 or email TheresaD@JohnLScott.com for questions and personal viewing of these HUD homes.
Hud homes in Oregon: http://www.tenmanagement.com/listings/state.do?code=OR