Real Estate Foreclosures

Real estate foreclosures are a hot item in today's Boise market, and available inventory is going fast! Lock in a great home at a great price by being well informed and ready to move when top foreclosures hit the market.

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4100 W St Andrews Drive, Boise $169,000

  • 3 Beds
  • 2.0 Baths
  • 1,481 SqFt
  • 0.24 Acres

Boise Bench Home! Conveniently Located Close To Shopping, Dining, Easy Freeway Access, Schools And Hillcrest Golf Course. Property Offers A Open Living To Dining Area Great For Entertaining. Large Windows In Living Make It Bright And Airy Complete With A Ce...

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Connect with the Hughes Real Estate Group today to learn more about Idaho foreclosures: (208) 571-7145.

How to Buy Idaho Real Estate Foreclosures

Foreclosed properties in Idaho can be a great deal for home buyers, whether you're ready to move into the home or want to rent it out. One of the biggest lures that catch potential home buyers is small price tags. While great savings are associated with real estate foreclosures, it's important to know all the facts before you make an offer. While some Idaho home foreclosures are offered below market value, the needed repairs can quickly make up for the difference.

Distressed properties are any homes that have been repossessed by the lender due to the owner's inability to make the mortgage payments. Real estate foreclosures are properties owned by the bank, and because the bank is not in the business of keeping real estate, the goal is to get rid of the homes as quickly as possible. However, the bank is also concerned with recouping as much as they can from the home, so many homes are sold at market value or close to, depending. Know what you're getting into if you're interested in purchasing a foreclosure. Working with a Hughes Group agent who has experience with Idaho real estate foreclosures is an invaluable asset in your search.

Distressed properties usually fall into a state of disrepair. Oftentimes, these homes can sit vacant for long periods of time, causing any number of problems. Problems usually mean expensive repairs, and it's important to roll the cost of those repairs into the home price so you get an accurate estimate of what the true cost of the home is. Many times, real estate foreclosures in Idaho are offered "as-is", and negotiations are not accepted. However, this is not always the case. The bank will always counter-offer your initial offer to show investors they attempted to get as much as they could. Counter-offer the counter-offer, and you may be surprised. Your agent will have negotiating experience you'll be glad to have on your side.

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Listing information last updated on August 21st, 2017 at 3:07pm MDT.