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Foreclosures happen when a buyer defaults on their loan. It’s a legal process that the lender proceeds with to recover the amount owed. The lender obtains ownership of the property and then resells it. The method of buying a foreclosed home can be lengthy, but you can find many properties below market value.
Company-owned properties are owned by businesses and corporations as opposed to an individual. Sometimes, this term can also be referred to as ‘bank owned’ real estate, resulting from foreclosure.
When a seller needs to sell their property urgently, this is called a distress sale. This can happen when a seller needs to pay debts, medical expenses or other expenses and emergencies. When buying a distressed or foreclosed home, it’s essential to be aware that the property may be in a poor state of repair.
Your dream home may not be on the market. You won’t find unlisted homes for sale in Ottawa (or off-market homes) on listing services. These may be homes that were listed before but never sold or homes of high-profile individuals who may not want their address known to the general public. It’s more common to find unlisted properties when it’s a seller’s market – there are more buyers than sellers.
Your next home may be a diamond in the rough. If you’re looking for a home that needs a bit of extra tender love and care, you may find it when you search for fixer-upper deals. These homes need a bit of work, but they typically cost significantly less than other listings.
When there are multiple units in a residential building, this is considered a multi-family property. Duplexes, triplexes, quadplexes, townhouses, and semi-detached homes, and apartment buildings are all examples of multi-family properties.
If you’re looking for a brand new, never-lived-in home for sale in Ottawa, this is what you should search for.
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