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Updated Today! Here are¬†your latest and most up-to-date foreclosure listings for the areas specified. Buying a foreclosed home can be a little different than buying a non-forclosed home. It can be very rewarding getting into a foreclosed home. Foreclosures are very different from Short-Sales homes. When searching for homes on the MLS (multiple listings service) check to see if it is listed as short-sale or foreclosure. Know the difference, know the circumstances and know what you are getting into. Short sales can be frustrating and fruitless to persue. Foreclosures are opportunities to getting a home for less, but sometimes it’s not always the best deal. It is best to have a real estate professional to help you understand foreclosures, short sales and regular listings and help you to determine which is best for you.

Call Phil Sharp at 360-970-9977 or email Phil@PhilSharpHomes.com for more information and a no obligation explaination and assessment to see if buying a foreclosure is right for you.

Thurston County

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Pierce County

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Mason County

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