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If you're looking for savings on real estate, Massachusetts foreclosure homes can often be your best bet. Massachusetts foreclosure homes are homes that are available for purchase at discounted prices because they are sold at foreclosure sale. When a homeowner defaults on their home mortgage loan, the lender often has no choice but to pursue a foreclosure of the property. This will allow the lender to repossess and sell the Massachusetts foreclosure property at foreclosure auction, allowing them to gain the money necessary to settle the mortgage foreclosure debt. However, since the lender doesn't need to retrieve the entire loan amount, but only a portion, many Massachusetts foreclosure homes are undersold at auction. Homebuyers and real estate investors in the know can therefore buy Massachusetts foreclosures for below market prices, leading to huge savings and greater potential profits on future sales.

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South Weymouth Foreclosures
Norfolk County, MA
2 Beds | 1 Bath
2190 $276,900
Gardner Foreclosures
Worcester County, MA
4 Beds | 3 Baths
1440 $140,400
Princeton Foreclosures
Worcester County, MA
3 Beds | 1.5 Baths
1541 $264,000
Brimfield Foreclosures
Hampden County, MA
2 Beds | 1 Bath
1010 $172,000

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