Archives for “bank owned properties”


When a bank takes back a property as a result of foreclosure, it's called an REO (real estate owned) property. Since banks aren't in the business of ...

Every REO was at one point owned by an individual or an entity other than the bank.

When a bank takes back a property as a result of foreclosure, it's called an REO (real estate owned) property. Since banks aren't in the ...

Many of the properties listed on the market today are short sales, which account for almost a quarter of the listings in the U.S ...

REO Properties Are Abundant In Real Estate. Here’s What Real Estate Investors Need To Know About REO Property....