Anyway, I spied a tree with an apparently abandoned bird’s nest. Coincidentally, it looked very much like the foreclosure down the street….empty, no signs of life.
I came home and googled abandoned bird’s nest. Apparently some birds do take over an abandoned bird’s nest. [Some go away and return the next year to the same nest ..very similar to snow birds returning to Florida but that is another post.]
Such is the same with foreclosed houses. Eventually, a buyer comes along and the foreclosed house becomes an active part of the community with new owners.
Foreclosures, like abandoned bird’s nests, provide opportunities. Attractive opportunities with less expenditure of resources required!
If you are considering a move to Brevard County, Florida and short sales or foreclosures are potential properties for information on this segment of the market.
Gary Waters, Florida licensed real estate agent, Century 21 Baytree Realty, Rockledge, Florida.