(When the video plays turn your phone sideways)
List Price: $80,000 ($40,000* if purchased by a GNND buyer)
Square Feet: 1,489
Year Built: 1960
Lot Size: 7,841
If you asked me whether or not Texas real estate is a good investment the simple answer is yes. With interest rates at their lowest since I’ve been selling real estate, there is no better time to buy. As a Texas real estate broker, I have sold all types of regular real estate, affordable homes, and foreclosures. From county owned tax sales, to bank owned, VA owned, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac owned, but HUD homes tend to be the easiest and best government owned homes to buy. Please look over the website for any other HUD Homes that may be in your area, because currently Texas HUD homes average between 200-300 homes on the market every day. Some are ideal investor homes needing only minor repairs before renting, so if you’re looking for cheap HUD Homes, you’ve found the guy to help you.
In this post we have a Texas HUD Home at 5419 Knoll Krest St., San Antonio TX 78242. This home is currently listed under the HUD Good Neighbor Next Door program where if you’re a Police Officer, Teacher, Firefighter, or EMT you can be placed in a lottery to get this home at a 50% discount! You will need to occupy the home as your primary residence for 3 years in order to get the full discount, and for the month of June 2017 you can even do $100 down payment on this home! That means you can buy this home for about $54,000 UNDER the county appraisal. It will need some painting, flooring, and maybe a little sheetrock or tile work in the bathroom, but it’s still a great buy! It is listed right now for only $80,000 and HUD will pay up to 3% of your closing costs. If you buy this home as a “GNND” buyer your price is only $40,000 plus some minor fees associated with your offer. There have been some tremendous savings on HUD Homes lately so if you are looking for a home to live in or some houses to pick up as an investor, now is the time to buy. All HUD Homes are time sensitive so you need to call me as soon as possible to discuss your buying options. Did you know that on some HUD Homes, HUD will loan you money to do repairs? Take a look at the video and see what you think, or search my webpage for other Texas HUD homes in your area. It’s as easy as entering a Zip code in the “Search Site” space on the website. FHA Case# 495-763709.
(if the home does not appear on the link, it may be under contract)
** Depending on when you see this video this home (or others on this website) may be Sold, Active, or Pending. To find out the current status please contact me via phone or email. I would love to earn your business.
Jonathan de la Garza – Texas Broker
** Lot size, tax value or county appraisal figures, and all data are acquired from each county appraisal district website and should be verified by you for accuracy.
Hello, I known this post is a few months old but I was wanting to see if this house was still available? I did look up a little bit of info on Google and it says that his home was a foreclosure but it doesn’t say when and the current owner/bank of the property. Also, would you happen to know how long this property has been by itself? Thanks for your help in advance.
Hello, that home is Pending, so it hasn’t closed yet. There’s always a chance that it could come back up for sale. If you’d like me to contact you if that happens please email me at jon@HUDKing.com
Hi there, I read through a few of your articles here. I
did have a question though that I hope you could answer.
I was wondering, What are the most common problems in the life of a
police officer? I’m trying to become a cop right now so I would like to
know the challenges. I would really appreciate any help you could give me!
Hello, I don’t feel qualified to answer your question since I am not in law enforcement, I am only a Realtor. I suggest talking to someone in law enforcement.