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Remodeled 3 bed, 2 bath, 1-story home in Mountain Home, Idaho. Features: central AC & heat, new interior & exterior 2-tone paint, new door hardware, new stainless-steel appliances, new kitchen-counter top & back splash, new vinyl flooring, new carpet, new vanities, new plumbing fixtures, new lighting fixtures, new window blinds, master bedroom w/ walk-in shower, attached 2-car garage w/ rollup door, new roof, automatic sprinklers, corner lot, cul-de-sac. Not a short sale, not a REO & not in foreclosure.
Stunning OASIS w/ private beach on the WATER! This 5 bed / 3 bath VIEW property is short-walk from Green Belt / Boise River in highly sought-after neighborhood! Soothing private waterfall & stream create ambiance! Beautifully-renovated inside & out! DOWNSTAIRS master suite, butler?s pantry & SS Bosch appliances, large 5th bed doubles as rec room, central vac, epoxied garage floor, whole-house H20 filter/softener, stained concrete w/ pebble-tec accents! NOT in foreclosure. NOT a short sale. NOT a REO.
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Idaho Foreclosure Listings

A bank-owned property is a home that’s been all the way through the foreclosure process and was not purchased by a third party at the auction. When this happens, the lender becomes the owner and offers the property for sale to the public. These bank-owned homes are also known as bank-foreclosures or REOs.

Idaho foreclosured homes can be a great opportunity for buyers but many people avoid the risk and frustration of buying a foreclosed home. Buying a foreclosed is not for those with high emotions or expactations. There are a lot of hoops to get through and many times deals fall apart at teh last moment. Someone can also get a forclosed home and upon moving in find that the property is in poor condition. Foreclosure sales must be approved by the lien holders.

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