Denver CO 3 BR 2.5 BA TH & .07 Acre Land Near Waterfront Foreclosure Opportunity
Current price $1,687.00
Listing type Lead Generation
Location Brighton, Colorado 806** US
Quantity sold 0
Quantity available 1
Seller mortgage.trading (7)
Seller rating 100% positive feedback
Number Of Bedrooms 3
Seller State Of Residence Ohio
Number Of Bathrooms 2.5
Zip/Postal Code 80601
Square Footage 1400
Setting Urban, City
Year Built 2000
Denver Area Colorado 3 Bedroom 2.5 Bathroom Townhouse and .07 Acre of Land Near Waterfront Foreclosure Opportunity
Are you a successful investor who knows how to acquire a Denver 3 bedroom townhouse for just pennies on the dollar the way that financial institutions and professional insiders do? Guardian's online only liquidation has been selling foreclosure opportunities since 2008. You can contact us through the "Email the seller" link located above to confirm availability.
The real estate involved is located in Brighton Colorado 80601. This 2 story 3 bedroom townhouse has 2.5 bathrooms and a room count of 5, with 1,400 sq. ft. of space.
Built in 2000, this frame siding home has a 400 sq. ft. attached garage. The included partially fenced .07 acre parcel with some trees is approximately notated with a blue outline and red marker in the aerial photos.
The real estate involved is valued at $266,680. This house could be used as a primary residence, a vacation home, a rental, or an investment.
The South Platte River and other waterfront attractions are just 2 blocks away. Denver is the commercial, financial, industrial, and governmental center for Colorado and a 7 state region of Rocky Mountain and western Plains states.
Denver ranks #3 on a number of _Sperling's Best Places_ lists: Cities on the Edge of Greatness, America's Most Playful Cities, Best Cities for Teleworking, and America's Manliest Sports Cities. It also ranks #5 on their Best US Cities for Seniors list, and #9 on their lists of Best Cities to Relocate to in America, Healthiest Cities, and Most Secure Places to Live (Large Metros). Denver is quite safe for a city its size, and its homeless population is considerably lower than many other major cities. It also ranks #23 on the Fiscally Fit Cities Report.
Denver also features a high percentage of young, well-educated residents. The area boasts campuses of Colorado State University, Colorado School of Mines, Metropolitan State College, Regis University, University of Colorado Denver, University of Denver, University of Northern Colorado, as well as the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.
People in Denver spend a lot on musical instruments, sporting events, and love their national forests. The city scored high for swimming pools, physical activity, and residents' self-reported satisfaction with life. There is heavy interest in alternative sports such as the X Games, snowboarding, and skateboarding.
A panel of convention and meeting experts put together by the _Toronto Globe & Mail_ selected Denver as the #1 destination in the world for conventions. In 2010, Denver was also selected as one of the top 10 convention destinations in the nation by 2 national studies of meeting planners: Metropoll and the Watkins study. _Lonely Planet_ travel guides named Denver as the 6th-best place to visit in the United States in 2011, using the phrase "It's like Paris in the West."
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Winters are mild with an average daily high temperature of 45 °F / 7 °C, and days reaching 60 °F / 16 °C are not uncommon. Snow does not stay on the ground long in Denver, so golf courses and outdoor cafes are able to stay open all year. Denver offers more than 850 miles of paved off-road trails that connect to hundreds of miles of dirt trails and mountain bike adventures. The nearby Rocky Mountains boast hiking excursions and wildlife. Denver is among only 2 cities in America with 8 professional sports teams, including the Broncos, Rockies, Nuggets, and Avalanche. It is the only city in America to open 3 new stadiums in 10 years.
The new Speed Raceway is the only indoor go kart racing entertainment facility in Colorado. This 55,000 sq. ft. facility features a quarter-mile European-style go kart racing track and Italian-made electric karts that reach speeds up to 50 mph.
You can ride roller coasters at Downtown's Elitch Gardens or the family-oriented Lakeside Amusement Park. Or beat the heat at the 64 acre Water World. Elitch Gardens Amusement Park has more than 65 attractions and shows. It offers affordable family fun and entertainment with 2 different parks: a family theme park with thrilling roller coasters suitable for all ages, and the Island Kingdom Water Park, a refreshing aquatic wonderland.
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Savvy snow sports lovers know that one of the best ways to hit the slopes and get a world-class vacation at the same time is to stay in the city and take day trips out to the mountains. Of all the great things Denver has to offer, the greatest may be its ability to serve as a base camp for incredible single-day excursions.
Denver offers quick, easy access to the state's biggest attraction, the Rocky Mountains, where a wealth of national and state parks, national forests and scenic areas fill your senses. Gold rush mountain towns and ski resorts are great places to spend a day shopping, exploring, and taking in the amazing scenery.
Once called the "Richest Square Mile on Earth", Central City and Black Hawk are historic mining towns from the 1870's. Located 34 miles west of Denver, they offer more than 30 casinos with over 10,000 slot machines, blackjack tables and poker games. In 2009, the stakes in Black Hawk were raised: betting limits are now $100, craps and roulette tables have been added and casinos will be open around the clock.
The cities are also known for having some of the best-preserved Victorian architecture in the West. There are mine tours, mining museums, and several places offering instruction in the fine art of gold panning in streams where $500,000,000 of gold was found.
Surrounded by towering Western buttes, the Colorado Railroad Museum combines a spectacular location with more than 100 narrow and standard gauge locomotives, cabooses and cars. Exhibits include a working roundhouse, model railroads, photographs and artifacts, much of it housed in a replica of an 1880's-style depot. There are train rides every Saturday on the Galloping Goose.
Dinosaur Ridge is one of the world's most famous dinosaur fossil areas. Here, in 1877, some of the best-known dinosaurs were first discovered including Brontosaurus, Diplodocus, Stegosaurus (the Colorado State Fossil), and Allosaurus. There are great guided trails that will entertain and educate you at the same time. You can explore dinosaur tracks from millions of years ago.
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions):
§ I don't mind paying more than market value for real estate because I like a lot of hand-holding and have a lot of time; when can we start looking at houses for sale?
Guardian is not in that business. We have structured our online only liquidation operations to provide a particular group of sophisticated investors with what they want for the lowest possible cost. We have found that the more successful we make them the more successful they make us. It has also come to our attention that residents are quite annoyed with inconsiderate people constantly disturbing them regarding these ads. We ask that you please respect their privacy; they do not want to answer your questions or show you their bedroom.
§ I am not an American national or resident. My friend told me that you helped him get a TIN (Taxpayer Identification Number) from the IRS in less than a week, and now he can engage in a number of business and investment activities in the United States that I cannot. Can you do this for me?
By U.S. law we can only do this for a client that we are transacting business with if it is required in the course of that business.
§ I've done some construction work and have heard that the way to make money in real estate is to buy "fixer-uppers" and renovate them; do you sell anything like that?
In the past we would occasionally come across houses that while fully permitted were never completely constructed due to the developer going bankrupt. We now try to focus our interest on houses that are either currently income-producing or are fully up to code and could be rented immediately.
§ I'm not a real estate insider and don't know how to get title insurance for anything but a warranty deed, but I've discovered that there are some people who are only interested in acquiring other types of deeds. Somehow they know how to quickly get title insurance, then flip for a huge profit: can you tell me the secret?
Prior to the year 2000 this was not possible for the average investor, and even now is only widely available in 40 states and the District of Columbia. Most of our clients have already figured out how to do this, but we do show the rest how it is done.
§ I read in a book that you need to put a lot of work into stressful negotiations with "motivated sellers"; will I have to do that?
There are no negotiations involved here; the laws differ by state and the implementation by county, but basically you will need to correctly file an application for the deed with the County Treasurer who will then commence foreclosure proceedings on your behalf.
Terms of Sale:
By buying, all buyers acknowledge agreement to and understanding of the following:
§ No return, refund, or exchange is possible. This item is being sold "as is", "where is", "with all faults", and without any warranty of any kind. All information provided is the most current known to Guardian; images are of the associated real estate or surrounding locale. The buyer will rely solely on the buyer's own due diligence and has completed same. The buyer has read and understood this listing.
§ International buyers are welcome and worldwide shipping is provided where not prohibited. Bidding and payment will be in United States dollars (US$ or USD) only.
§ Orders are filled on a "first come, first served" basis when payment is received in any type of certified funds. Guardian usually mails out the notarized endorsement paperwork the next business day after payment clears. If the buyer chooses, the transaction can be escrowed through a company of the buyer's choice, at the buyer's expense. This would provide a higher level of protection than eBay's Buyer Protection Program. The buyer is acquiring Guardian's interest and legal rights (originating from the county government) to foreclose on the real estate described; the county basically does the work.
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