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Why use Clifford Realtors

When you are searching for Foreclosure Real Estate in Columbus and Central Ohio in many cases we are the Real Estate Company that lists these homes for Freddie Mac. We have foreclosed homes for sale in all of Central Ohio. Unlike many other Companies, we don't just offer you lists of foreclosures, we actually list and sell foreclosed real estate. Here you can deal direct with Clifford Realtors the Company that lists many of these homes for sale. We offer the complete MLS (Multiple Listing Service) including condos, town homes, foreclosures and new homes.


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Buying Real Estate Foreclosures in most conditions, will save you thousands of dollars while giving you a home that is valued considerable greater than the purchase price. Making an offer to purchase foreclosure real estate, in many cases is easier than buying from a private owned home listing in Central Ohio. While you could save thousands they remain a really good buy.

Freddie Mac foreclosed homes are usually priced well below market and you usually get instant equity. They will pay for your closing costs, if the price is right, but they will not pay for buyers closing costs plus the down. Even if this is added on to the purchase price, they will only consider paying one of these charges. They require a $500.00 up to $1000.00 earnest money check when the offer is made. They do reply to offers in a really short time, usually 24 hours. In many conditions repairs will be made and the homes will be at least comparable to other property in the area.

Each mortgage company has its own individual guidelines so check this out before writing your offer. Most offers do require an earnest money deposit and a pre-approval letter from the buyers mortgage company.
Most mortgage companies will not pay for any inspections or repairs.
 

A short sale is very different from a foreclosure. This is usually a pre-foreclosure and the mortgage company considers bids that are less than the owners owe on their mortgage. On most short sales, if the mortgage company agrees, the difference on the owed amount and the sale amount is written off by the mortgage company. On a short sale you can not be in any hurry to move. Short sales can and usually do take weeks if not months for the mortgage company to get back with your agent on the offer. If the bottom line is what the mortgage company will accept, they will consider helping with closing costs. Property purchased "AS IS" condition in most situations.

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Five Things You Should Know About Real Estate Home Inspections

If you're hiring someone to inspect the home you want to buy in Columbus or Central Ohio, or you're a seller trying to find out if there are any hidden problems that need fixing before you put your home on the market, here are five things you need to know:

1. You can choose your home inspector.

Your real estate professional can recommend an inspector, or you can find one on your own. Members of the National Association of Home Inspectors, Inc. (NAHI), must complete an approved home inspector training program, demonstrate experience and competence as a home inspector, complete a written exam, and adhere to the NAHI Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics.

2. Home inspections are intended to point out adverse conditions, not cosmetic flaws.

You should attend the inspection and follow the inspector throughout the inspection so you can learn what's important and what's not. No house is perfect and an inspection on any home is bound to uncover faults. A home inspector will point out conditions that need repair and/or potential safety-related concerns relating to the home. They won't comment on cosmetic items if they don't impair the integrity of the home. They also do not do destructive testing.

3. Home inspection reports include only the basics.

A home inspector considers hundreds of items during an average inspection. The home inspection should include the home's exterior, steps, porches, decks, chimneys, roof, windows, and doors. Inside, they will look at attics, electrical components, plumbing, central heating and air conditioning, basement/crawlspaces, and garages.

They report on the working order of items such as faucets to see if they leak, or garage doors to see if they close properly. Inspectors may point out termite damage and suggest that you get a separate pest inspection. The final written report should be concise and easy to understand.

4. Home inspectors work for the party who is paying the fee.

The NAHI Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics clearly state that members act as an unbiased third party to the real estate transaction and "will discharge the Inspector's duties with integrity and fidelity to the client." A reputable home inspector will not conduct a home inspection or prepare a home inspection report if his or her fee is contingent on untruthful conclusions.

The inspector should maintain client confidentiality and keep all report findings private, unless required by court order. That means it is your choice whether or not to share the report with others. If you're a seller, you don't have to disclose the report to buyers, but you must disclose any failure in the systems or integrity of your home.

5. Inspectors are not responsible for the condition of the home.

Inspectors don't go behind walls or under flooring, so it's possible that a serious problem can be overlooked. Keep in mind that inspectors are not party to the sales transaction, so if you buy a home where an expensive problem surfaces after the sale, you won't be able to make the inspector liable or get the inspector to pay for the damage. In fact, you may not be entitled to any compensation beyond the cost of the inspection.

As a buyer, you need the home inspection to decide if the home is in condition that you can tolerate. You can use the report to show the seller the need for a certain repair or negotiate a better price. You can also take the report to a contractor and use it to make repairs or to remodel a section of the home.

One thing you should not do when buying real estate is skip having the home inspected because of cost or undue pressure by the seller. A home inspection is reasonable, it can save you money in the long run, and it's required by many lenders, particularly for FHA loans. There's a reason why buyers should beware, and a home inspection gives you the information you need to make a sound buying decision.

Written by: Blanche Evans, edited by Mike Clifford

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