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Big Canoe Foreclosures and Short Sales

Relaxing in the hot tub while overlooking a long range view of the Appalachian Mountains.

Foreclosures in Big Canoe, Jasper, Dawson, and Pickens are very popular searches. If you are looking for a foreclosure be sure to bookmark this site as new foreclosures pop up every day. Many foreclosures also go under contract quickly.

Purchasing a foreclosure is not as hard as it used to be but be sure to have a Buyer’s agent for representation. These agents know the area well and can provide accurate comparisons to these properties. Foreclosures are sold As-Is but inspection periods are allowed. It is important to pre-qualify with your bank or check for Fanny-Mae Home Path loans before you make an offer. This gives you much more buying power when it comes down to making an offer.

There is a wide variety of foreclosures in this area from sprawling horse farms to million mile mountain views, and even small investment properties under 100K that would make perfect rentals.


Another very important point is that Big Canoe is a unique community that may not suit everyone's needs. Leasing a home in Big Canoe lets you try out the mountain resort living lifestyle. Most of the time the results are favorable but for the few that feel coose to live elsewhere they afe free to move out after their lease ends.

Lease homes come furnished and unfurnished and range in price from around $950 to $2,500 (or avove) per month. It is customary to pay a one month deposit along with the first month's payment. Furnished homes may require an additional deposit. While leasing you are responsible for all utilities including but not limited to: electricity, water, propane, cable, phone. Renters are allowed to use the amenities with signed permission from their landlords.