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I'm 20 years old living in Temecula, California and i'm looking for a new home for my pregnant girlfriend and myself. Recently I've considered some pretty nice condos where one of my old co-workers lives but I have such a hard time contacting him now. I heard that a lot of foreclosure houses were around and that they were really cheap. In one case, my doctor's friend found a 4 bedroom house and is only paying about $700 a month. I've found a few houses in my city through Yahoo and a few i found were $10k, $25k, $35k and $87k. I'm not sure what exactly to look for in these houses, though the $35k house with 4 bedrooms and 2 baths and 2700 sq. ft. sounds a little too good to be true. Please inform me of what I would need to learn about for any forclosure and what I should look for or ask.
First rule is always - if it sounds too good to be true - it is too good to be true. While a foreclosure may sell for substantial discounts below prior sale prices they generally do sell at market value for what you are getting. I recently looked at three that all had cheap price tags. The first old house had major structural roof damage impacting the ridge line itself. this looked bad enough but it actually stemmed form foundation problems. Not worth it at any price! Asking 99k The second foreclosure appeared to have been unoccupied for a long time. The house had damage to the extent it was uninhabitable. Plumbing frozen and burst, furnace missing, wall torn out, Rat droppings plentiful. No thankyou. asking 122k The last was a lovely old 100 year old victorian home in a good area of a a nice small town with good schools and sat ona double in town lot. The home needed a complete update including wiring and hearting and air conditioning as well as all new windows, insulation and siding. This home had possibilities and was selling for a substantial discount form it las t sell price of 329K asking 195k You generally get what you pay for. In California right now even with discounts form the price declines it is nearly always cheaper to rent than to purchase the same house. In fact it usualy cost about 3% of purchse price in Monroe to rent a house and a loan willm rubn nealy 6% to buy so you ar losing 3% before we even begin to talk prices and the declining California market. Consider careful any home purchase in these market.