Asked by: Junli Lindenbauerasked in category: General Last Updated: 8th February, 2020
What is REO repossession?
Simply so, what is an REO repossession?
A foreclosure becomes an REO at different times depending on how the bank acquired the property.An REO ("Real Estate Owned") is a home that a bank as taken back from a homeowner who stopped making his mortgage payments.In states where the homeowner has a Deed of Trust instead of a mortgage, the trustee is the one who
Also Know, how do REO foreclosures work? A bank-owned or real estate owned (REO) property is one that has reverted to the mortgage lender after the home fails to sell in a foreclosure auction. Once the bank owns the property, it will handle eviction (if necessary), pay off tax liens and may do some repairs.
Also asked, how does a property become REO?
How a Property Becomes REO. Foreclosure is the legal process where real estate secured by a mortgage or deed of trust is sold to satisfy a debt. If the bank is the winning bidder at the foreclosure sale, the property is then considered to be REO.
What is the difference between REO and bank owned?
A: There is no difference between the two of them, "Real Estate owned" and "Bank owned" are pretty much the same, these are properties which were foreclosed on, went to auction and the bank or the lender bought them back, so banks would be the new owners for these properties.