Idaho Forclosure Property

For whatever reason, the current owner of a home is losing ownership, which may be an opportunity for others.

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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ACERAGE-SINGLE-STORY home in Mountain Home, ID. Features: 3 bed, 2 bath, open-floor plan, stainless-steel appliances, utility room w/ tub sink, master-walk-in shower & master-separate-closets, two-tone interior paint, attached-two-car garage, detached-three-car-garage, separate shop w/ wood stove, landscaped-front yard, large RV-parking w/ 30 amp hook-up, 1.29-ACRE lot, pressurized irrigated pasture, room for horses, chickens & garden, no HOA. Not a short sale, not a REO & not in foreclosure.
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