Las Vegas High Rise Condo Foreclosures - Free Hi Rise Foreclosure List
Bank Owned Property
aka REOs, foreclosures, repos, repossessed homes, lender owned, distressed sale etc...
These homes can be a great opportunity for everyday home buyers and real estate investors to score some great deals. In most cases, you are able to inspect the property, get an appraisal, obtain financing, and even get a home warranty, just like a normal home purchase. The banks need to sell and they are pricing these homes low attempting to attract multiple offers.
When you sign up for the Bank Owned Property List, we can customize your foreclosure search to meet your specific criteria. Your list can be filtered by hundreds of options such as area, schools, bedrooms, size, price per square foot, and so much more...or you can simply ask for the complete list. An agent will contact you to discuss you needs. Detailed property information complete with pictures and addresses will be provided to you in REAL TIME via a private website where you can view the foreclosure properties as well as save your favorites and add your own notes to each property. An email notifying you of new properties can be sent monthly, weekly, or daily.
These are homes listed by sellers who, even if they get a full priced offer on the home will not net enough to cover the existing mortgage on the home. The bank(s) holding the mortgage must approve the sale allowing the “loss”.
Buyers and sellers are often frustrated by what can be a slow and uncertain process getting short sale approval from the bank(s). You may want to contact me for the latest statistics on short sales before deciding whether you’re willing to invest the time and energy into finding a short sale property.
Occasionally, home buyers and investors do purchase short sale homes they really like at prices they are very happy with, so if you have the patience and do want to look at short sales homes, I will be there every step of the way, and do everything I can to help find the right home and get your offer accepted.
Notice of Default/Trustee Sales - Pros Only!
After a homeowner falls behind on mortgage payments, the lender may file a "Notice of Default". This starts the foreclosure clock ticking, and if the owner doesn't catch up the payments, the property will be sold at auction in about 4-5 months.
The NOD List is sent daily when available (usually 5 days a week) and contains limited information about the property, the owner, and some financial information about the default. This list is for full time investors who use it to locate sellers who are behind on their payments and then attempt to negotiate deals directly with the owner.
About 4 months after the "Notice of Default" is filed, if the default hasn't been "cured" a "Notice of Trustee Sale" is filed. This list is sent out about once a week and contains basic information about the property, the owner, the lender, the time and place of auction etc...
These auctions are CASH ONLY, AS-IS SALES. In fact, you have to show certified funds in the full amount before you can even bid. Because the minimum bid is at least the lien amount and in todays market, often more than the value of the property, most of these "Trustee Sales" do not get sold and become "Bank Owned Property".
For your FREE Las Vegas Hi Rise Condo Foreclosure List, please complete the form below.
Free List of Las Vegas High Rise Condo Foreclosures
Including the following properties: Allure, Avalon, Boca Raton, City Center, Cosmopolitan, Manhattan, Meridian, Metropolis, MGM Signature, Newport Lofts, One Las Vegas, One Queensridge Place, Palms Place, Panorama Towers, Platinum, Regency Towers, Sky Las Vegas, SOHO Lofts, Streamline Tower, Trump Tower, Turnberry Place, Turnberry Towers, and more.
There is no charge or obligation for you to receive your Las Vegas Hi Rise condo foreclosure list(s). I provide this free service because I hope you'll find the information valuable and want to take advantage of my full buyer’s agent services (at no cost to you) when you decide to make a purchase.
Learn more about the foreclosure process and which list(s) are right for you by reading about the different types of foreclosure lists below.