When a bank takes title to real property through foreclosure or some other negotiated settlement, it is then owned by the bank, marketed, and sold at fair market value.
Only property currently available for sale by BB&T is shown on our website. Inventory changes often and is not guaranteed to remain on the site for any period of time.
Through inspections, condition analysis, and local sales trends, BB&T strives to sell property at fair market value. We work with local real estate agents to review similar listings for price comparisons, assess the property condition, and set a fair price.
Property condition will vary between properties. For this reason, BB&T highly encourages a site visit and professional assistance with property inspections to confirm the actual condition of the property.
Offers are made through the agent currently listing the property. BB&T's residential properties are offered for sale and advertised through the local Multiple Listing Service (MLS).
Contact the listing agent or, if you are represented by an agent, have your agent contact the listing agent to schedule an appointment. The agent's name and phone number are listed with each property.
No. BB&T relies upon broker representation from all real estate transactions. Interested parties should contact the individual indicated on this website for additional information.
For all questions regarding a property listed for sale on this site, contact the individual shown on the property listing on this website. An email option is available on this website. They are your best source of information.
BB&T's goal is to promote homeownership and community stabilization. As a result, we sell all bank- owned real estate; however, BB&T does offer many financing options if you wish to purchase a bank- owned asset.
We strive to be very responsive to our clients. You should expect a response to any offer within 24 hours of us receiving it.