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Florida property is some of the most highly demanded real estate in the country. With the state’s beautiful beaches and year-round sun, it is easy to see why so many people have chosen Florida as a place to call home. Owning your piece of Florida paradise does not have to be limited by your budget. Florida foreclosures offer an opportunity to purchase a home sometimes at less than market value.
At first, buying a home in Florida through the foreclosure process can seem daunting and time consuming. However, with the help of your experienced realtor you too can gain all the benefits of owning Florida real estate and possibly at the greatly reduced price. Florida real estate is perfect for an investment, a personal piece of a paradise, or a home to enjoy all year round.
The foreclosure process generally starts when the owners of a property can longer afford their property and cease to make payments on their mortgage. After warning the owners of their impending foreclosure, the banks will eventually repossess the property. After the banks foreclose the home, they are responsible for putting it back on the market. During this time, the bank is also responsible for all of the property’s bills and upkeep costs, which creates a high motivation for the bank to sell the property as quickly as possible. This is where the smart buyer can benefit. When the bank’s goal is to sell the home as quickly as possible, they are often willing to sell for lower than market prices. However, the Florida real estate market has bounced back significantly from the market crash and inventories are limited in certain areas and banks may not be as quick to sell below market value across the board. Your Realtor will know which areas are a better value and their experience through the entire foreclosure process will be invaluable to you.
However, it is still a wonderful time to buy a home in the Florida market. Foreclosures can make bigger and better homes financially possible. Whether you are looking for a vacation paradise, personal investment, or new year-round home, foreclosures provide you with opportunity. Talk to your realtor today about all of the possibilities that can come from buying a foreclosed home in Florida.