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Finance - Foreclosure Properties Suffolk, VA



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By : Ron Lovell    99 or more times read
Submitted 2012-04-19 07:27:06
Suffolk, Virginia is the largest city in Virginia, yet it possesses the big city attractions and amenities with the charm you only find in a small town. Their downtown section is filled with family restaurants, quaint little locally owned shops, with the northern part of town being their area of technology. You only have to visit Suffolk once to discover why so many visitors want to move there and buy homes for their family or themselves.

Unfortunately, even a delightful city like this can't escape the horrors of today's economy as is evident in the number of homes being foreclosed. Foreclosure properties in Suffolk, VA are reaching a higher proportion than many would have thought possible. Real estate and the cost of home ownership is very high in Virginia, making purchasing a home difficult and keeping it even more difficult. Due to the many foreclosure properties Suffolk, VA has, the banks and lending institutions now have stricter requirements for obtaining home mortgages. This is to overcompensate for the loss they're incurring with the many foreclosure properties. Suffolk, VA is still a place many people want to build homes and live because of the beauty of the city.

A year ago, the rate of foreclosure in Suffolk County was twice the national average and increasing steadily since that time. It was stated that there was one foreclosure for every 591 households. While many homeowners are losing their homes to foreclosure, this is also a means for some to obtain a home, often at a less than market value price. Many people looking for reasonable housing are watching the listings of foreclosure properties in Suffolk, VA. Most of the homes being repossessed are sold at county auction, going to the highest bidder.

By watching the foreclosure properties Suffolk, VA has listed in the local newspapers or with real estate agencies, many are able to place bids on these homes. Winning the bids on these homes is giving consumers the opportunity to purchase a home that they otherwise wouldn't be able to afford. Most of these sales go for just enough to satisfy the mortgage, but usually way below the appraised market value of the home.

In addition to the local newspapers, local banks, and real estate agencies, you can also find listings of any foreclosure properties Suffolk, VA has to offer on many sites on-line. Long & Foster Companies is one of many companies that offer listings of these properties as well as mortgage and financing options for customers wishing to purchase homes.

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