Mount Pleasant Foreclosures & Bank Owned Homes

Mount Pleasant is one of the areas highest in demand when talking about real estate, so there's no question that Mount Pleasant foreclosures are at the top of the list as well. This area is booming, and is certainly in high demand. One would think that with so many homes for the area- there would be a high number of foreclosed Mount Pleasant homes, but this is not necessarily the case.

The foreclosure market in Mt. Pleasant has so much competition, that if you see a bank-owned foreclosure come on the market- you'd better hurry to take a look, and be prepared to bid against other competitive buyers/investors. Keep in mind, some of these investors are prepared to pay cash so you'd better have a compelling offer. The bank more than likely put the house on at 85% of market value, so in circumstances like these, it's best to put your best foot forward, unless it's been on the market for months.

Give us a call, and we'd be happy to answer any questions you have.

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