Buyers That Are Buying

Dated: 07/17/2012

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Have you heard your co-workers or friends talking about the great deal they got buying a bank owned property last year? Have you been frustrated after bidding on foreclosures? The REO market in Easley, Anderson, and Greenville, SC has definitely changed the last few months. Banks have fewer homes to put on the market this summer plus buyers are back to buying. Due to a lower inventory and more buyers, multiple offer situations are increasing. In these areas, buyers are fighting over what is available. Bidding at or under the asking price seems to be a thing of the past. Now, buyers need to be over the asking price just to be considered. Don’t cut yourself out of a great deal trying to get an even better deal. Are you looking to purchase your home anywhere in Upstate SC or would you like to know more about multiple offers? Check us out at

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Carolann Newton

I was a domestic paralegal for 8 years prior to Real Estate. Since I have been in Real Estate I have grown to love this business, even though it does have it's challenges; it is very exciting. There i....

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