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Is it cheaper to buy land from bank foreclosure or from real estate agent?

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2011-05-10 15:34:10
2011-05-10 15:34:10

Banks often use auctions or real estate companies to sell foreclosed homes. The fewer middle men you have, the less it will cost.

However, in many cases you cannot negotiate price or repairs with the bank and most foreclosed properties are in various states of disrepair and have title problems. A real estate agent is savvy about buying real estate and is looking out for your best interests. They may help you to not jump in over your head.

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