Temecula Foreclosed Homes
If you are house hunting, you may want to consider buying a foreclosed home, also called a real estate owned (REO) property. An REO property is owned by the lender as a result of the previous owner defaulting on the loan. This is also known as a foreclosure property or a bank-owned property. Bank-owned homes are simply properties that went through the foreclosure process and were not insured by FHA, so the lender retains ownership. The main advantage to these properties is that since neither HUD nor lenders care to own and manage property, these properties are generally for sale at a discount to fair market value.
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Last Updated 06/24/2017 at 6:23pm - Some properties which appear for sale on this web site may subsequently have sold or may no longer be available.