Families gathered on the sidewalk to watch the early evening fireworks before setting out on a round of folk concerts, comedy shows, sing-alongs and performances by the local yo-yo troup. An owner occupant purchaser is a person who plans to live in the property as their primary residence for at least 1 year, and has not purchased another HUD Home as an owner occupant within the past 2 years. Owner occupants are persons who will affirm in writing that they have not purchased a HUD owned property in the last two years and they will live in the home as their primary residence for at least one year. Owner-occupants enjoy purchasing HUD homes because they are not competing with cash investors.
February 1988 – The Housing and Community Development Act provides for the sale of public housing to resident management corporations. Your Horizon Realtor can assist you in your search for a HUD owned home and assist you in viewing the home and preparing your bid if you decide on a home. Follow us on Facebook at Southern California HUD Homes to view the most current HUD Homes photo list!
Each company has different policies regarding the sales and marketing of HUD homes. HUD Homes may be purchased by any individual, company, HUD-approved non-profit organization, or government entity that can secure financing or pay cash for the property. Any agent who is registered with HUD can show a HUD home and submit a bid for purchase. Ask your agent to provide comparable sales for HUD homes because there is no guarantee you will get a break on the price. When the foreclosure process has been completed, the lender submits its HUD insurance policy back to them with foreclosure costs, accumulated interest and legal fees for reimbursement.
Single-family homes in these areas are exclusively sold through this program and earmarked for seven days. As a buyer who will live in the HUD Home, you get several advantages over investors. The initial listing period, which is generally the first public listing for HUD homes, is 15 days. HUD also requires that buyers sign a second mortgage and note for the discount amount.
HUD does not guarantee the condition of any property, FHA-insurable or not, nor whether it meets local codes or zoning requirements. If your bid is acknowledged, your broker must submit a correct HUD Sales Contract, along with other required forms and Addendums signed by you, to the Asset Manager Regional office within 48 hours. Except for the first 30 days, that is: legally, HUD cannot accept bids on homes from real estate investors within the first 30 days that a home has hit the market.