2018 Kentucky Housing Foreclosure List of Homes for Sale.

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To Our Kentucky Housing Real Estate Investors:

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We are pleased to provide you with information about Kentucky Housing Corporation’s (KHC) master commissioner sales. These sales typically take place at the county courthouse where the property is located. The listings are arranged by county, according to the county in which the property is located.

 

Please be advised, as of March 1, 2015, KHC will start bidding properties in at a specified percentage of fair market value instead of total debt on all FHA-insured properties.

BULLITT
274 LEE STREET 3/20/2018
SHEPHERDSVILLE, KY 40165
CHRISTIAN
328 WEST EDMUNDS 3/19/2018
HOPKINSVILLE, KY 42240
DAVIESS
4040 YATES DRIVE 3/19/2018
OWENSBORO, KY 42301
FAYETTE
1023 TRENT BLVD 3/5/2018
LEXINGTON, KY 40502
404 SANDALWOOD DR 3/5/2018
LEXINGTON, KY 40505
542 PARKSIDE DR 3/5/2018
LEXINGTON, KY 40505-1742
2733 STETSON LANE 3/5/2018
LEXINGTON, KY 40517
HARDIN
1044 SCENIC DR 3/21/2018
RADCLIFF, KY 40160-9132
JEFFERSON
1544 KNIGHT RD

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  1. appraisers vs home inspectors whats the differenceI sometimes find that people get the real estate appraiser and the home inspector confused so I thought I would share with you the differences between the two. Both are involved in real estate transactions but each in a different way. I know that both look like they may be doing the same thing when they are at your house snooping around looking into closets, attics, and crawlspaces but there are fundamental differences between the two. Generally speaking you can say that the appraiser is more concerned with the value of the property and the home inspector is more concerned with the condition of the property. Lets take a closer look at what each of these two professionals do. I have described what appraisers are concerned with and my friend Jim Waddell, who is a home inspector, contributed to that section.

    Real Estate Appraiser- Real estate appraisers develop an opinion of value for the subject property for various reasons including mortgage underwriting. Some examples of this are: buyers purchasing a home, owners refinancing a home, and clients who are building a home. Other non traditional uses for an appraisal include valuation for insurance companies, helping sellers arrive at a market value to list their home, estate planning, and tax appeals. Each appraiser is different in the order that they do things but they all do the same thing, and I have included a brief list of what occurs during the appraisal inspection:

    Exterior Inspection

    Takes outside measurements of the house
    Takes photographs of the outside of the house and any site improvements that add value
    Notes property topography, drainage, boundaries, adjacent land uses, and potential hazardous conditions
    Notes site improvements such as landscaping, driveways, pools, and workshops, etc.
    Notes material and quality of construction for main residence and any detached building including siding, roofing, doors, windows, etc.
    Notes any damage observed such as settlement, rotting wood, broken windows, curled roof shingles, and possible termite damage
    Interior Inspection

    Take interior photos of all rooms
    Notes floor plan for placement of rooms and to determine if it flows well and has good functionality
    Notes materials and quality of construction of the interior of the home
    Notes kitchen improvements such as appliances, counter material, back splash type, and flow of the kitchen.
    Notes bathrooms for any recent updating as well as quality and condition of improvements
    Observes all rooms for potential problems such as water leaks, cracks and holes in walls, worn or damaged flooring
    Observes and notes special features of the home such as home entertainment systems, security systems, fireplaces, etc.
    Notes sizes and placement of bedrooms as well as if they have closets (some older homes may have bedrooms with no closets, however the appraiser will not consider it a bedroom without a closet and some rooms used for bedrooms may be too small for today’s standards and this could effect functionality)
    Observes attics for type of access and adequacy of insulation
    Observe adequacy of electrical, plumbing, HVAC and mechanical services
    Home Inspector- Home Inspectors develop a recap or snapshot of the condition of the property mainly for buyers purchasing a home, but it is not limited to just buyers. Other users might be sellers, mortgage underwriting, banks, and contractors. Home inspections are normally regulated by the state. The state of Alabama is regulated by the Building Commission which enforces the standards set by the American Home Inspector Society (ASHI). A general list of components that should be inspected is below:

    Structural

    Walls, Floors, Columns, Piers, ceilings, roof structure – All things involving structural of the house
    Water penetration found in basements, crawlspaces, and walls
    Exterior

    Walls, Doors, Windows, Garage door operators, Decks, Balconies, Stoops, Steps, Railings….
    Vegetation, Grading, driveways, Walkways….
    Eaves, Soffits, and Fascias
    Roof

    Roof coverings, Flashing, Skylights, Chimneys, and roof penetrations
    Drainage systems – Gutters and downspouts
    Plumbing

    Interior drain, Waste, and venting systems
    Interior water supplies, distribution system, and fixtures
    Hot water systems
    Shut off valves
    Sump pumps
    Electrical

    Main entrance and distribution panels
    Branch circuit conductors
    Connected devices and fixtures
    GFCI and AFCI receptacles
    Smoke detectors
    Location of panel boxes
    Heating and Air Conditioning

    Equipment
    Operating controls
    Safety Controls
    Chimney, flue, and vents
    Fireplaces
    Presence of treated air in each room
    Condensation lines
    Interiors

    Ceilings, Walls, Floors, Steps, Railings…
    Counters and cabinets
    Doors and windows
    Insulation and Ventilation

    Insulation and vapor retarders (in unfinished areas)
    Ventilation of attics and foundation attics
    Venting systems and fans
    Built in Kitchen Appliances

    Dishwashers, ovens, ranges, disposals, and microwaves
    So as you can see the home inspector looks at more parts of the house and is more concerned with the condition and function of all of the systems of the house than the appraiser. The appraiser typically only makes a limited visual inspection of these items and will note if there are any obvious problems whereas the home inspector digs a lot deeper to make sure they are in good condition and functional. Because of this closer look at things within the house the home inspector usually takes more time at the house than the appraiser, however their job is mostly done when they are finished studying the house whereas the appraisers is just beginning. The appraiser is only collecting data about the house to be used in their future analysis. Most of their work is done back at the office where they are doing research and putting the report together.

    I hope this clears up the difference between appraisers and home inspectors, however if it doesn’t you can leave me a message below. I look forward to connecting with you.

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