McLean Foreclosures: Do Buyers Save Money?

Mclean Foreclosure/Non-Distressed Sales Comparison
Mclean Foreclosure/Non-Distressed Sales Comparison

Many potential homebuyers will consider buying a foreclosed home because conventional wisdom says they will be able to purchase a home at a discount. Yet are foreclosures in McLean and Fairfax County sold at a reduced price?

When looking at the median sales price, McLean foreclosures are sold 11% less than the average non-distressed home (not a foreclosure or short sale.)  According to RealtyTrac, the nation’s largest foreclosure reporting firm, in September of 2013 the median sale price of a non-distressed home in McLean was $862,500; while the median sales price of a foreclosure in McLean was $767,449; a 11% reduction or $95,051 savings.  Fairfax County overall had a 22.3% reduction or a $103,500 savings.

If you’re searching for a home or foreclosure to purchase in Fairfax County or any Northern Virginia county, search online at http://www.virginiaproperties4sale.com


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