You may check the status of your bid by logging in to your Bidder profile onHUDHomeStore.com Bid Results and clicking on Bidder Functions. You will need to enter at least one of the following to retrieve your offer information: Bid Confirmation Number, Property Case Number (aka FHA Case Number), Purchaser Last Name, or the Purchaser SSN/EIN.
The “?” icon next to the bid status will explain what the bid status abbreviation stands for.
Each listing on www.HUDHomeStore.com has a Bid Submission Deadline. It is located directly beneath the Case Number and Eligible Bidders on the Property Details page of each property. Please be advised that the Bid Submission deadline is Central Standard Time (CST). The Bid Submission Deadline will change as it progresses through the various Listing Periods.
The following may help explain how our listing periods are determined and processed:
You cannot submit an offer without an active NAID #. The purchaser(s) will need to contact a broker with an active NAID # to submit the bid. A list of active NAID brokers is listed on HUDHomeStore.com under the Find a Broker section.
An Owner Occupant purchaser is a person who plans to live in the property as their primary residence for the first 12 months after the close of escrow and has not purchased another HUD Home as an Owner Occupant within the past 24 months.
An Investor purchaser is someone who buys the property as a second home or as an investment, or who does not qualify as an owner occupant.
Investors may submit a bid once a property enters the Extended Listing Period. This period begins once the Exclusive Listing Period is over.
If the property is being sold as Insured (IN) or Insured with Escrow (IE), the Exclusive Listing Period is 15 days for Owner Occupant purchasers, Non-Profit Organizations, and Government Entities - please be advised that when we refer to days on market we mean active days on market. Bids received during the first 10 days are considered to be received simultaneously, and the initial bid review is on the 11th day of the Exclusive Listing Period. If there is no winning bid, bids continue to be reviewed on a daily basis until the 15-day period ends.
If the property is Uninsured (UI) or Uninsured 203(k) eligible (UK), the Exclusive Listing Period is 5 days for owner-occupant buyers, non-profit organizations, and government entities. Bids received during these 5 days are considered as though they are received simultaneously, and are not opened until the 6th day of the Exclusive Listing Period.
Yes. The person or persons that will actually be occupying the property must be the purchasers listed on the electronic bid. If accepted, then the person or persons financing the purchase may be added later as non-occupying purchasers. Offers for these situations may be submitted during the Owner Occupant period.
Please be advised that bids can only be modified and/or withdrawn prior to the expiration of the current bid submission deadline you submitted your offer under.
You may modify and/or withdraw your bid by logging in to your Bidder profile on HUDHomeStore.com and clicking on Bidder Functions. You will need to enter at least one of the following pieces of information to retrieve your offer information: Bid Confirmation Number, Property Case Number (aka FHA Case Number), Purchaser Last Name, or the Purchaser SSN/EIN.
Select the Bid Confirmation Link of the offer you wish to modify/withdraw. The next screen will show you the details of the bid. Click on the Withdraw Bid or Modify Bid button at the bottom of the screen.
Please be advised that if you modify your offer your bid confirmation number will change!
No, HUD will not renegotiate the amounts in your offer after bid acceptance. Purchasers have the option to cancel their bid acceptance and submit a revised offer if and when the property is relisted. However, please be advised that there may be back up offers in place. Should you cancel your offer, the property may be offered to any back up offer purchasers prior to relisting it on www.HUDHomeStore.com. Also, BLB Resources, Inc. can make no guarantees that a property will be relisted at all.
EMD refunds and forfeitures are reviewed on a case by case basis. Please review the HUD Forfeiture and Extension Policy for specific scenarios regarding EMD forfeitures/refunds.
The buyer has a 15 day period after contract ratification (execution) to activate utilities and complete the home inspection. All inspections, tests, and risk assessments are performed at the purchaser’s expense.
The buyer must request permission to activate utilities with the Field Service Management (FSM) company assigned to the property. The FSM assigned to each property is posted under the Agent Info tab within the Property Details page of each listing on HUDHomeStore.com. For your convenience, the appropriate FSM will also be listed on the first page of the copy of your ratified sales contract.
Links to the various FSM company websites can be found within the Forms section of each specific state under our Resources for Agent Portal.
Please be advised that each FSM has different guidelines and policies for utility activation. A deposit may be required and in some cases the deposit is non-refundable. It is important to review and understand the specifications of each FSM company.
Please be advised that the FSM is a sole and separate company from the Asset Management company. Although we can help to answer basic procedural questions, we encourage clients to please contact the assigned FSM directly with any specific questions regarding the utility activation process.
BLB Resources, Inc. has Customer Service Representatives available to assist you. If you have questions regarding Michigan properties, please call (248) 356-4711, Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM EST. For questions regarding properties in any of the other states we service, please call (949) 751-1780, Monday through Friday from 7:00 AM – 5:30 PM PST, or send an email to CSRDept@blbresources.com.
Please be advised that BLB Resources, Inc. is not the website administrator for HUDHomeStore.com. Although we are familiar with how to troubleshoot basic procedures, any technical challenges will have to be directed to the HUD Home Store Help Desk.
HUD Homestore has its own FAQ section.
This section has several helpful videos and tips posted that will help to resolve the majority of challenges most clients experience. If the videos and FAQ’s do not resolve the issue, you can reach the HUDHomestore Help Desk at (866) 777-2034 between 7:00 AM and 7:00 PM CST or via e-mail atHUDHomestoreHelp@yardi.com.
Based on information from California Regional Multiple Listing Service, Inc. as of 2019-03-25. This information is for your personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties you may be interested in purchasing. Display of MLS data is usually deemed reliable but is NOT guaranteed accurate by the MLS. Buyers are responsible for verifying the accuracy of all information and should investigate the data themselves or retain appropriate professionals. Information from sources other than the Listing Agent may have been included in the MLS data. Unless otherwise specified in writing, Broker/Agent has not and will not verify any information obtained from other sources. The Broker/Agent providing the information contained herein may or may not have been the Listing and/or Selling Agent.
The data relating to real estate for sale on this web site comes in part from the INTERNET DATA EXCHANGE Program of the Greater Las Vegas Association of REALTORS® MLS. Real estate listings held by brokerage firms other than this site owner are marked with the IDX logo. GLVAR deems information reliable but not guaranteed.
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Information last updated on 2019-03-25.