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2001 Mobile Home

This property is Real Estate Owned, or REO. The property was foreclosed and repossessed by a lender when the owner failed to make payments. A bank is now the owner. Since banks are not in business to own homes, they are usually interested in selling ...

1998 Mobile Home

This property is in initial default, also known as Pre-Foreclosure. The homeowner of this property has missed at least one payment and is now considered delinquent. In order to avoid a full foreclosure, the homeowner may be willing to sell this home ...

1986 Mobile Home

The government sponsored agencies Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac own this property after foreclosing on the original owner. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are chartered by the U.S. government to help families of low- and moderate-income to become homeowners. ...

1997 Mobile Home

This property is Real Estate Owned, or REO. The property was foreclosed and repossessed by a lender when the owner failed to make payments. A bank is now the owner. Since banks are not in business to own homes, they are usually interested in selling ...

2006 Mobile Home

This property is in initial default, also known as Pre-Foreclosure. The homeowner of this property has missed at least one payment and is now considered delinquent. In order to avoid a full foreclosure, the homeowner may be willing to sell this home ...

1983 Mobile Home

This property is Real Estate Owned, or REO. The property was foreclosed and repossessed by a lender when the owner failed to make payments. A bank is now the owner. Since banks are not in business to own homes, they are usually interested in selling ...

1996 Mobile Home

This property is in initial default, also known as Pre-Foreclosure. The homeowner of this property has missed at least one payment and is now considered delinquent. In order to avoid a full foreclosure, the homeowner may be willing to sell this home ...

1997 Mobile Home

This property is in initial default, also known as Pre-Foreclosure. The homeowner of this property has missed at least one payment and is now considered delinquent. In order to avoid a full foreclosure, the homeowner may be willing to sell this home ...