Click on the Slide Show below: Navigating HudHomeStore.
You can search for all the HUD properties in a state by clicking on the state on the map or selecting it from the list.
You can type in part of the street address, or part of any of the other text fields. The system will select all properties that contain in the corresponding fields the letters or numbers that you type in.
You can also search by a price range, number of bedrooms or bathrooms, buyer type, or property status.
When you have selected your search parameters and clicked Search, the system will keep a record of that search and up to five additional searches. Click the Recent Searches button to view the parameters or rerun your searches . If you click a Property Case to view property details, that property and up to five additional properties will be saved by the system. Click the Recent Listings button to view a list of recently viewed properties; you can click the Property Case number link to review the property details.
To permanently save unlimited searches and listings and receive user defined email alerts, you are required to register with HUDHomestore.com and create a user name and password login.
Where do I go if I need help with my HUDHomestore.com registration or login, or have problems using this site?
If you need help using HUDHomestore.com:
Everyone: Be sure to include your first and last name, your phone number, your email address, and your user name (if you have one). If there's a problem with a specific case, please include the case number. If there's a problem with a screen, try taking a screen shot of the active window (press Alt + PrintScreen) and pasting it into the email.
Additional Bidder Information: Be sure to include the following:
1. Your user name (if you have one)
For technical questions about using the HUDHomestore.com:
New Disclosure Has HUD Home Buyers Puzzled
A few days ago HUD added a new disclosure to its listings on the HUD Home Store that has many Columbus buyers and real estate agents puzzled.
“Availability of home is subject to the Asset Manager removing the home from the market”
What does this mean?
Basically, they say that HUD could remove the listing at any time without notice. On regular HUD listings that does not happen too often. They may remove a HUD home from their website, because of damage to the property. Maybe someone stole the copper or broke into the house.
HUD reviews new offers during business hours (Central Time). Bids submitted by midnight are reviewed on the next business day. It usually takes most of that day to go through all of the offers.
A property may disappear from the HUD home store anytime during the day, when HUD accepts a contract submitted a day earlier.
Here’s a good strategy that will save you time and redundant offers …
Submit your offer after 6 pm. That’s when most HUD listings have been updated and you know that the HUD house of your choice is still available.
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