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April 15, 2013

Residential Real Estate Auctions

Buying property through residential real estate auctions is a great way to get a bargain. However, buyers need to be aware of the rules and have their finances in order prior to placing a bid. Doing so will let them find houses that fit into their budget and help them attain the best price.

Houses which are sold through residential real estate auctions generally consist of foreclosure homes and properties which need to be sold quickly. This might include probate real estate or properties owned by banks, investors, or organizations that need to liquidate multiple dwellings.

In order to get the best return on investment, buyers will need to spend time exploring their options. One of the first steps is figuring out how much they can afford. When people buy auction properties using bank loans they generally have to get pre-approved before submitting bids. Most often, buyers are required to provide payment in cash or cashier's check when they win the bid.

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