Jaffrey, New Hampshire Foreclosures, Short Sales and Bank Owned Real Estate
Purchasing a home at a foreclosure auction has many risks to a potential buyer and in most cases the bank will bid and take possession of the property at auction. The property is then referred to as bank owned, REO (real estate owned) or foreclosed property.
A home owner may attempt a "short sale" whereby the bank agrees to accept less than the mortgage balance based on the owner's hardship and financial status. Obtaining approval can be a long and difficult process. Additionally, there is no assurance that the lender will accept an offer at or above the listed price.
Register at Jaffrey NH foreclosures (bank-owned) listings and short sale opportunities. We will contact you and provide:
- A list of existing real estate foreclosure (bank-owned) and short sale listings.
- Email alerts on NEW foreclosure (bank-owned) and short sale listings in the NH MLS.
- Address and mapping information.
For community information including school reports, demographic, relocation, home buying and selling information go to Jaffrey NH real estate. Jaffrey NH condominiums will provide access and information about condos available for sale. For a map based view of active listings, go to Jaffrey NH MLS map search.
Bank-owned and short sale listings are often marketed with a real estate agent and placed in the New Hampshire Multiple Listing Service (to ensure full market exposure). To search the NH MLS listings visit Jaffrey NH MLS listings.
Virtual Homes real estate agents provide home buying and selling services. Please call 800-856-2479 for information.
Go to Virtual Homes MLS for a map based search of all MLS listings of NH and Massachusetts real estate. Vist NH Homes for Sale and MA Homes for Sale for direct MLS access to all listings. To obtain school, demographic, commuting, relocation, home buying and selling information go to New Hampshire real estate, For information regarding foreclosures visit Massachusetts foreclosures, New Hampshire foreclosures and Connecticut foreclosures.