"In my recommendation, end users should look for a good deal rather than a distressed sale
, as mostly distressed properties have some kind of challenge attached with them," adds Puri.
--A revision to the distressed sale
adjustment to reflect new GSE historical data;
SOME property experts are predicting that this may be the year of the distressed sale
It was previously sold in a distressed sale
for $7.5 million in 2007, according to Dora Puig of Puig Werner Realty, which has the listing.
Industry insiders say the owner of the 150 stores is trying to find a new buyer and marketing it as a "distressed sale
According to the trade magazine Drapers, accountants KPMG are marketing the 180-store chain with headquarters in Cramlington, Northumberland, as a distressed sale
The Federal Communications Commission adopts tax certificate and distressed sale
policies that result in increases in the number of minority-owned broadcast properties.
The transaction was a distressed sale
. Joni Sweetwood facilitated the all-cash sale of the mortgage on the property and the transfer of the deed, both to the purchaser.
By definition, a distressed sale
is one where the seller is under duress.
NAR"s president, Charles McMillan indicates that the certification Gardner received is a valuable asset for people considering a distressed sale
. "Foreclosures and short sales can offer opportunities for home buyers and benefit the larger community, as well, but it's extremely important to have the help of a real estate professional like a REALTOR[R] who has earned the SFR certification for these kinds of purchases."
The Officers Club, which has more than 150 outlets around the country, is being marketed as "a distressed sale
", according to the trade magazine Drapers.