Windermere Florida Lakefront Bank Foreclosures
There are 3 Bank Owned Waterfront Foreclosures in Winderemere Florida looking for a new owner. These properties are not listed by our office, as we represent only buyers and never sellers, so you can be assured that we have no conflict of interest as we work on getting you the most favorable terms. We will be glad to show it, negotiate for a lower price and help you through the nuances of buying bank owned property. You will love the way we think!
9233 Tibet Point Circle, Windermere Florida 34786, Asking $2,250,000. This bank owned property is Brand New! Orginally listed by builder at $4,900,00, who then tried to short sale at $2,600,000 and now a Bank Owned Foreclosure listed a couple of months ago for $2,250,000. Wow, nice property on Lake Tibet in a tightly guarded golf community. Taxes are $38,000 a year.
This property is direct on Lake Tibet, on the desirable Butler Chain of Lakes in the community of Keenes Point.
2228 Fountain Key Circle, Windermere Florida 34786, Asking $702,500. Originally listed for $1.2Million, this “renovated” home still needs sprucing up and has been on the market with the bank since August 2010 for $705,000. Now a year later still listed for $702,500. What? Does the bank really want to sell? I would think that they should be tired of maintaining the property and be ready to DUMP IT!
This property is located in Waterford Pointe a guard gated community with about 115 custom homes on small Lake Luntz.
7611 Preslar court, Windermere Florida 34786, Asking $1,850.000 Listed last year for $2,450,000, and now on the market as an REO (Real Estate Owned by the bank) for $1,850,000 which is a price drop from $2.1M in Dec 2010…ok, so it does show a bit of selling motivation.
This property is on Lake Burden located in gaurd gated community of Keenes Pointe, a golf course community.
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