Petworth is on fire right now. Buy this and flip it. Sell for $500-600K.
1420 Crittenden St NW, Washington, DC 20011
List Price: $549,990
This is in 16th Street Heights. The price is way too high. I think I have posted this on the blog 3 or 4 times now. This seller needs a reality check. A cash offer with quick close in the low $400's is what it will probably take to get this one. Renovated it would sell in mid $600's.
3314 New Hampshire Ave NW, Washington, DC 20010
List Price: $345,000
Wells Fargo really underpriced this property. It is available for owner occupants only. It will get multiple offers. This
A lot of investors and homebuyers ask me about buying a Washington DC foreclosure. In this blog I will talk about the process a bank must go through to foreclose and where to search for them.
First, you must understand that in Washington DC there are very few foreclosures on the market currently. It has been over a year since banks have foreclosed on a property in Washington DC. This is due to the robo signing issue(which was just resolved last week) and the mediation law that the DC council put in place in December 2011. The mediation law forces banks to meet face to face with the borrower to prevent a Washington DC foreclosure. In the second half of 2011 only 25 notices of default were issued by banks compared with over 1000 issued in 2010. A
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