Texas HUD Homes – The HUD King tours 7060 Milo Way


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 foreclosures, from county owned, to bank owned to VA, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac owned, but HUD homes tend to be the easiest government owned homes to buy.  Please look over the website for any other HUD Homes that may be in your area, because Texas HUD homes average between 1,000-1,700 homes on the market every day.

In this post we have a Texas HUD Home at 7060 Milo Way, Buda TX 78640.  If you're looking for a home that you can spread out and not be bothered by your neighbors, then here's your home.  This 3 bedroom 2½ bath home sits on almost a full acre and was built in 2000.  It's a little over 2,300 square feet and it will need some carpet, tile and painting.  The good news is that it's listed for $126,000 and it is appraised over $146,000!  That's more than $20,000 BELOW the tax value!  All bedrooms are located upstairs along with a second small living area.  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?  Another neat thing about HUD homes is that  HUD will pay 3% of your closing costs.  Take a look at the video and see what you think, or search my webpage for other HUD homes in your area.  It’s as easy as entering a Zip code in the “Search Site” space to the right of this post.  FHA Case# 495-572656.

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Jonathan de la Garza – Texas Broker


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