You must have thought things through before a forced sale. There is the opportunity to make a good purchase, but it requires preparation and patience to buy a property at a forced sale
1.Prepare your needs
Buying a property is an important decision, whether in a forced sale or in a voluntary trade.
It is therefore important that you have met your needs in advance – how big is the property, where should it be, what facilities should it have and so on.
2.Find the property
To find the right property you need to look into the market. This is done easiest by going to some housing sites.
Talk to the bank in good time, so you have clarity about your finances, terms and availability available for purchase at forced auction. Remember, there may be costs for refurbishing and missing. Once you’ve found the property you want to bid, you should talk more with your bank. Buying on a forced sale requires cash payment, which must be met relatively quickly after the auction, so you must also be liquidated to buy.
4. Loans in the property
When you bid on the property, you agree to provide a specific price for the property, whichever comes the largest amount that is calculated and which is payable in addition to the bid amount. It will often be a fairly large amount that may change during the house auctions. If the loan is covered by the auction, it may be an idea to consider taking over them – it requires discussion with your adviser and your bank to assess if possible and whether it is a good idea. There is the opportunity to discuss in advance with the credit association and others, if you get the highest bidder on the auction, you can take over the loan.
Buying at auction is different from purchases in free trade, as the decision on the purchase must be taken on the auction itself and as there is no right of withdrawal. It is a good idea to visit a few other auctions in advance so that you have learned a little about how it actually takes place. There is also the opportunity to participate in courses in purchase of real estate at forced sale.
For all foreclosures, a sales order has been made. It shows the terms that apply and it gives an overview of the economy when buying at auction. However, please note that it takes some practice to understand the layout and the caveats that apply to it.
7.Details and text – read it with small
The terms of sale for sale are attached to the sales statement. Here are a number of points, it is important to read through to understand what the terms are for buying on a forced sale.
Here too, there is a heavy legal text that the few non-lawyers have the opportunity to immediately understand fully. It is therefore important that you spend time understanding the terms.