Power of Sale homes are properties which have been taken over by a bank for non-payment of the mortgage.
Distress sales resulting from bank foreclosure or power of sale provisions, often represent a great way to get a fantastic deal on a home. It's not easy for the average home buyer to find these deals, because you have to keep scouring the papers and they are not identifiable on the online listing services.
If you're the type of person who recognizes what a great deal some of these properties could represent, you will be interested to know about our free Power of Sale members monthly Newsletter.
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Power of Sales in Toronto, broken down into Freehold and Condo Bank Foreclosures. It is helpful if you are aware of the Toronto Real Estate Board district maps. Our Toronto List of POS is sectioned into West, Central, North and East.
Power of Sales in Mississauga are broken down into Freehold and Condo Bank Foreclosures which can be found in the West Section of our Links.
Myth about Power of Sales in Toronto:
Homes under Bank Foreclosures should not always be considered Fixer Uppers or distressed properties. You may be surprised to see the condition in many of the homes is exceptional and may just need cosmetic assistance. Fresh paint, landscaping and a really good clean can make a world of difference in many cases.
Our #1 Tip for Purchasing a Power of Sale.
Patience! Purchasing a Power of Sale requires offers to be submitted to the Bank or CMHC typically during business hours. Unlike an owner occupied property, dealing with a corporation can take more time. We will explain the process of submitting an Offer on a property under Power of Sale and the typical clauses inserted into an Agreement of Purchase and Sale.
Know what is Important to the Bank: We will explain the key factors the bank will be looking for, the typical time frames of negotiating a transaction and costs involved with closing. Understanding the process can assist you in negotiating the best deal with less stress.