Florida Foreclosure: Record REO’s Means More Bargain Homes

Florida – More Homes in Foreclosure. In the second quarter of 2010 lenders foreclosed a record number on more than  500,000 properties.

Florida was ranked second with almost 55,000 homes. The majority of foreclosed properties was shown in South Florida.  While North Florida seems not to been hit as hard but still bank owned properties rule the market. What does it mean for you?

More bank owned properties with deep discount prices has an impact as well on short sales, pre-foreclosure and regular home sale prices. This means for you more properties to BARGAIN Prices.  We have not only access to those listed properties for sale on the market, but many are not yet listed – giving you the opportunity to make an offer before other buyers and investors know of them. Our established Network can give you access to does Florida properties listed and not listed.

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