Metro Phoenix Foreclosures represent an opportunity for instant equity. But fews things are that simple. Talk with us about the hidden dangers and necessary precautions you should take. We’ve been helping clients buy and sell bank homes and short sales for many years.
- See a history of bank owned homes (REO’s) and short sales.
- NOTE: Public Auctions are different from Trustee’s Sales and represent a very small percentage of foreclosures. It’s possible “0” results will be returned.
Why Choose Us to Buy Your Home
- Successfully helping clients since 1999
- Professional Interior Design advice (charges may apply)
- Experienced with bank homes and short sales
- We’ll buy your home warranty (ask about details)
- 350+ sales
- Licensed broker
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Select any tab along the top of the search screen to switch to a different view.
The “List” view allows you to quickly sort through Phoenix foreclosures by price, year, and features.
The “Detail” view provides all the information on your selected listing.
The “Compare” view allows you to highlight a listing and compare it to other Phoenix foreclosures you have selected.
The “Edit Search” view actually allows you to change the search criteria and results!
The “Message” tab allows you to send me detailed questions and arrange to see Phoenix foreclosures.
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