Entries Tagged as 'Foreclosure Auction'

June 24th, 2010 · No Comments Tags: Foreclosure Auction

Few years previously the investors, the bankers and the previous owners of foreclosure units would crowd the place outside the assembly room of York County’ judicial centre waiting in anticipation of the sheriff’s sale of that day. When the session started all the seats would be occupied as the sheriff ruffled the papers and the [...]

June 16th, 2010 · 1 Comment Tags: Foreclosure Auction

Foreclosure auction is scheduled for Medina Village of Providence in its West End. It comprises of a lot of 22 houses that have recently been vacated. The houses are dotted across the West End of the city in many streets. These will be auctioned off in June. The rental estates are categorized as federally subsidized [...]

April 2nd, 2009 · No Comments Tags: Foreclosure Auction

Foreclosure auctions are becoming more and more popular and drawing many bidders. On 22nd March Sunday, the Seymour family drove all the way from Greenville to Dallas to try and buy their first house. There were 200 others like them crowding in the airport hotel to participate in an auction where about two- dozen foreclosed houses would be put up for bidding.

March 17th, 2009 · No Comments Tags: Foreclosure Auction

The grape vine is that one can own an affordable house once again during these troubled times. But it is better to know ahead how to navigate through foreclosure auction events before actually participating. There are two types of auctions – the Sheriff’s auction is conducted on the steps of the court and the bank-repossessed units are auctioned by the banks through professional auction houses.

October 31st, 2008 · No Comments Tags: Foreclosure Auction

An incident at a foreclosure auction brought out the humane side of mankind. The heroine of the piece is Marilyn Mock. She acted on the spur of the moment and drew the attention of a grateful nation reeling under the cruel lashes of the foreclosure tsunami.

January 9th, 2008 · No Comments Tags: Foreclosure Auction

In Southern California the weather is grim – real estate market is falling while bank foreclosures are rising. It has become a hunting ground for those prowling around for quick bucks but it does not apply to everybody. There are many who are sitting on the fence and watching but the offers from bank owned [...]

December 17th, 2007 · 1 Comment Tags: Foreclosure Auction

About 200 valley houses were up for foreclosure auction. Nearly two thousand people turned up – albeit mainly as onlookers. At the Mesa Convention Center the auction was held for two days and was conducted by Hudson & Marshall. This could well kick off a trend. The value of the houses standing on the block [...]

November 20th, 2007 · No Comments Tags: Foreclosure Auction

A couple of weeks have made a lot of difference to Mel Schell who had offered to buy a foreclosed house for $180,000. But the bank had wanted $210,000. Three weeks later Schell came to an auction out of curiosity when he heard that the house was listed among 60 others scheduled for auction on [...]

November 7th, 2007 · 1 Comment Tags: Foreclosure Auction

An auction is going on full swing. The Smiths have come with their toddler son and 7-year-old daughter to see who would buy their Loganville house. Their interest was to find out how long they could stay on before finally shifting. A rare bone disease of their first-born had made it impossible to balance medical [...]

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