March 17, 2013 | No Comments YetTags: buying, canada, foreclosed properties, foreclosure, real estate, selling
Some says that buying foreclosed homes is like taking advantage of the people’s misfortune under unpleasant circumstances and making the family homeless and feeling distressed. It may feel bad at times, putting yourself in a guilty situation, while all you just want is to have a property of your own that would suit to your limited budget. However, it is still their irresponsibility why foreclosure happened. They did not do their obligation that led them to this kind of situation.
Being thrown out of your most precious house is one of the most painful events that can happen to a family. This is where dreams were formed, where good memories took place, which is why, it is not that easy letting go of the property just like that. They should also be understood, if they come up to the point of destroying some parts or even literally forgetting to maintain the beauty and elegance of the house, though should not be tolerated, should be accepted as a fact.
As a buyer of a foreclosed house, you tend to feel offended seeing the property crushed and all that, but getting into the shoes of the owner would help us understand what transpires.
One thing that you can do to at least ease the pain that they are feeling is being diplomatic when dealing with them, another thing is to take care of the house as if, you are the original owner of it. Keeping it well maintained and as much as possible keeping its original style would lift their heart a bit.
More often than not, we become arrogant being the new owner of the house, forgetting to consider that these people have feelings also, that they have been hurting and are overwhelmed with self-pity. Extending a hand won’t hurt us, a simple understanding and giving love would make a difference.