Beaufort foreclosures can sometimes be a good buy but there are many factors to consider. Bank owned property, typically known a REO property is always sold in "as is" condition. Which means the the bank that owns the property will advertise that they will not do any repairs to the property. We have been able to negotiate some repairs to be made and paid for by the bank but not often. Usually the repairs we are able to get them to make concessions on are ones that would keep the property from being sold to another buyer as well. Such as HVAC problems, Structural problems or mold.
We always suggest that buyers retain the right in the purchase contract to have inspections made to make sure there are not major problems. We write this into the contract as a contingency to the purchase.
Here is a video of a fairly new home that is in great condition with the exception that the previous owner stripped the home of all the plumbing fixtures, hvac units, light fixtures, kitchen cabinets, bathroom cabinets and appliances. But these items can be easiy be replaced (at a certain cost). So the purchase price needs to take into our estimate of what it would take to get the property back in proper shape and complete.
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