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Ann, Home Owner in 37421

Do anybody know any free foreclosures website?

Asked by Ann, 37421 Tue Mar 9, 2010

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If you have a specific local area you are looking at, then take the advice given. However, if you're looking to get an idea of a market or several markets/neighborhoods, the paid lists might be the way to go, only to save you hours of time gathering info from multiple banks, county clerks, courthouses, agent lists, etc etc. Just a timesaver to start off.

Hope that's a helpful way of looking at it, time is money!
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You might add to your list as well. If it’s active in your area, it’s free and has the information you need (with some interpretation needed).

Kevin Pellatiro
Hoping to help you take advantage of the market – when you are ready.
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I wrote a blog below that shows links to several banks websites for foreclosures and free.…
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Mar 11, 2010 is great and has all of the HUD foreclosures as well as more.
Grace Frank
Remax Renaissance Realtors
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Hi Ann,

Here is a link to a 1 hour free of foreclosure prevention workshop. Not sure what angle you are trying to learn about foreclosures
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Scott gave you some good information. Beware of sites like Realty Trac where the information is often outdated or incomplete and expensive!). If the price they list is too good to be true you can rest assured that it is.

If you'd like me to set you up with an email notification when new foreclosures become available on the market feel free to let me know through my website below.
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Ann most foreclosure websites gather information from public notices of upcoming foeeclosures and from the registry of deeds that published upcoming foeclosures, they compile a basic list to get you to pay for more information. all this information is available for free by checking your local legal notices or through a list registry of deeds or maintained at the county courthouse that records your area's deeds. You can also check directly with teh auctioneers and get updates info on upcoming auctions in your area. To get information on homes already foreclosed, your best bet is to either have a buyer broker who searched mls daily for you or to contact the leading reo brokers in your area and get on their list when new houses are listed but not yet priced by the bankm this will give you a headstart of getting into to see and inspect before the public. Good luck with your search
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