Coming Soon! Great 2 Bedroom Listing in Fort McCoy! ONLY ASKING $74,900

Good Afternoon All, 

I hope everyone had a great week and is ready for the weekend! Are you looking for place to get away on the weekends. Do you love ATV Trail Riding, Fishing or Hunting? If so….make sure you check out our new listing in Hog Valley that will be hitting the market in a week or so! 

This country style wood frame home fits in perfectly, well…in the country where its located. There is a main frame home that is 2 bedrooms and 2 baths(one is outside for late night fire pit sessions or when you dirty from a day on trails or water) and a 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom travel trailer (enclosed in pole barn style cover) included with sale too. As you arrive you will notice screen porch along entire front length of the home and storage room with laundry facilities. Entering the home you will find wood floors, walls and ceilings. Cozy kitchen and living room which leads to attached enclosed carport to store all your toys. New screens, paint, privacy fencing, metal roof(newer), HVAC is 9 years old, Property is completely fenced and has 2 gates for easy entry and exit. Located 100 yards off paved road, Ocklawaha Country Store is within walking distance, access to Ocala National Forests trails is minutes away and boat ramp to Ocklawaha River is right around the corner. What more could you ask for? Oh yea, it’s fully furnished and turn key ready! 

Located a short drive to downtown Fort McCoy with grocery store, doctor office, pharmacy, hardware, gas station, pizza delivery and more. Ocala is just another 20 minutes away with Walmart, Lowes and all your favorite restaurants. Gainesville(Home of Florida Gators) is only 50 minutes to downtown. If your a fisherman, hunter or simply love hiking, canoeing or kayaking you are in luck! Minutes to Ocklawaha River, Rodman Reservoir boat ramp, Ocala National Forest and it many natural springs awaits your explorations. One of a kind home and location! Ready for new owners to call this more!

CALL, TEXT, EMAIL TODAY FOR YOUR PRIVATE SHOWING
 352-572-1739 OR INFO@SEARCH352HOMES.COM 

MAIN HOME

  • 2 Bedrooms 
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 656 Living Square Feet
  • 0.36 Acres 

TRAVEL TRAILER(5th Wheel) 35′

  • 1 Bedroom
  • 1 Bathroom

Features:

  • Covered Attached Carport Parking
  • Fenced and gated
  • Minutes to ATV trails, boat ramp and store  
  • ONLY ASKING $74,900

 

 

Way too many details to list! Make sure you contact me today to schedule a showing! This home is a MUST SEE and needs to be added to your showing list. I would love to help you with your home search! 

                    For more information on this upcoming listing!                                Please email Info@HomesForSaleOcalaMarion.com or Call/Text (352) 572-1739 TODAY!

Why Are Foreclosures Dropping?

Is Foreclosure Crisis Finally Fading?

According to research by CoreLogic foreclosures decreased by 8.4% or 130,000 in 2011. Mark Fleming, chief economist with CoreLogic, says “This is the first time in a year that REO sales (those bank-owned properties) have outpaced completed foreclosures.” There were 103 sales of bank owned homes for every 100 homes in foreclosure inventory in December 2011. Compared to November 2010 when there were 94 REO sales for every 100 in the foreclosure process.

Banks are also doing more loan modifications to prevent the foreclosure process. Banks are also encouraging the use of short sales to try and help reduce the number of foreclosure. Another reason could be banks are stricter with credit conditions and choosier about approving loan applicants, reserving approvals for mostly low-risk borrowers with low chance of default and foreclosure.

Does This Mean the End to High Foreclosure Rates?

In my opinion only time will tell. If you drive around any neighborhood in Ocala, Marion County there are still many many vacant homes unkept and due to hit the market in the future. The banks are taking their time in processing these foreclosures and we should see a steady dose of them to come for any years. There are simply to many homes vacant to say we are even close to seeing a huge drop in foreclosures.

However! Any Drop in Foreclosure Numbers is a GOOD Thing for Owners, Sellers and Neighborhoods.

The negative effects from foreclosures is far reaching and I believe the banks will soon realize it is better to work with existing struggling homeowners to refinance and reduce the principal amount owed, to qualifying homeowners, rather than short sale or foreclose. How does it make sense to remove homeowners, who are willing to stay and pay their mortgage. ONLY, to sell the property for less money to a new buyer. Can we not figure out a better way, for folks who can qualify and afford the home now at a much reduced value. Common sense is gone in today’s business world. I’M just Sayin!

“Until Next time”

 

 

Source: “Homes in Foreclosure Decline by 130,000,” CNNMoney (Feb. 8, 2012)

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