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Buying and rehabbing Chicago Bank owned homes for sale in Chicago, Chicago bank owned foreclosures or Chicago bank owned 2 flats, 3 flats and multi unit apartment buildings for profit is one of the most popular and easiest way of making money on Chicago bank owned properties. However, making the right decisions at each step of the rehabbing process is critical to the sale and financial outcome of the Banks foreclosed properties.

From the start Brian Urbanowski knew that for Urb, Inc.. to be successful his company's real estate clients would have to make money on these Chicago Bank foreclosures, period!

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Urb, Inc’s... free list of prime rehab Chicago Bank owned home foreclosures for sale such as Westside Chicago Bank owned foreclosures and south side Chicago foreclosures for sale,  and it also includes 2-flats, 3-flats, 4-flats and multi unit apartment buildings for sale in Chicago on the south and Westside

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Urb, Inc. is also helping to bring Chicago, city and suburban real estate property owners, rehabbers, property managers, investors, home owners together.uch information as possible before you make an offer.

 

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The American Bankers Association says, as much as a 100 percent increase in REOs has been recorded across the country in the last two years. Chicago has fared much better, with the Department of Housing and Urban Development in Chicago reporting that it saw a 6% increase in in foreclosed homes in the Chicago area from 2007 to 2008 while Detroit had a 62% increase for the same period. The number of HUD's foreclosed homes is around 800 for Chicago.

Reading a recent Tribune report, Harris Bank of Chicago had $11.5 million worth of REOs by the end of 2007, which was a big increase from the $4.9 million it had in 2006. Numbers for 2008 aren't available yet, but there will certainly be an increase again this year as home foreclosures have increased 60 percent since last year and bank foreclosed homes have almost doubled. Some Real estate pro's  estimate that it will take at least five years for banks to sell all of the REOs they have at this point.

Buying a Bank owned home starts with an offer made by the buyer to the bank for the REO. The bank will then usually have an counter offer, which may be more than what the buyer put on the table. Some banks may be in more of a hurry to sell an REO, but most banks have separate departments to handle them and aren't inclined to sell them a very cheap prices. That could potentially destabilize the value of other homes in the area, homes they might have a financial interest in.

If the bank does eventually accept your offer, it may take some time to get the final approval for the sale. They also usually have no interest in financing the sale of their own REOs, so you usually need to have financing in place at another lender.

With more banks offering REOs for sale, buyers will have an option besides foreclosure auctions or developer closeouts when it comes to Chicago real estate deals. As long as you keep in mind the as-is aspect of the condo or house, you could possibly find some good deals. As with any real estate purchase, do your homework and get as much information as possible before you make an offer.

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