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Countdown To Buy platform receives new set of foreclosed properties
Apr 12, 2010

Countdown To Buy, a next generation online real estate marketplace that offers a fair and effective way to buy and sell properties, announced that it has entered into a new pilot program with another leading lending institution to offer foreclosed properties located in Arizona, Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Missouri, Wisconsin and Washington, D.C. In addition, Countdown To Buy has received additional properties in both Connecticut and Texas from existing clients after successfully generating accepted offers in 25 days or less on all properties placed on the platform. Open house dates can be viewed or showings scheduled with real estate agents through the company’s Web site at “These new business wins demonstrate that Countdown To Buy is a solution institutions can employ effectively during the initial stages of REO disposition or prior to an auction,” said Tom Furey, managing partner of Countdown To Buy. “Augmenting the real estate agent community and their buyers with upfront information, technology, and a trusted environment, brings value to institutions by streamlining the transaction.” For a video simulation of how the Countdown To Buy process works, please click on the How It Works link. “Using our proprietary countdown process to generate competitive offers while minimizing the number of days on market makes everyone’s life easier," said Dan Connell, president of Countdown To Buy. "This is a real win for the buyers, their agents and institutions.” For a video tutorial of how the Countdown To Buy process works for real estate agents, please click on the How It Works for Agents link. For more information, visit
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