The Banks & Gov. have created sites to provide the Public with access to their Properties for Sale and Bid/Purchase Process and these sites also have a lot of loan info, special programs ect...They are all Free and designed/created specifically to give the Public access to this information for Free
Check out the Chase Properties for sale...https://servicing.chase.com/reo/property/FeaturedProperties
Bank of America...http://bankofamerica.reo.com/search/propertysearch.aspx
Here's a couple sites that provide links to these sites and more...
http://www.mortgagenewsdaily.com/wiki/REO_Database_List.asp .... http://www.biggerpockets.com/bank-reo.html
For Tax Sales...Using a Public Records Search Machine to search County Records can provide you more info than you thought...
Nationally by State/County.. http://publicrecords.onlinesearches.com/Foreclosures-and-Tax
There are also sites like...http://www.williamsauction.com/
Of course use due diligence...
Dunes the Non-Pro who became a TruliaPro for $20
Maybe I'm not being clear. Let me try again. Never pay for information on any listing.
Any questions so far?
If you're interested in buying a foreclosed home, contact a Realtor who serves those areas. You'll get complete, accurate, timely information for free.
Hope that helps.
Find a good local REALTORÂ® and have them:
(1) Provide a list of all REOs currently on the market,
(2) Provide you with an auto feed that will alert you as new REOs become available.
You do not have to pay any website to get listings. The easiest way is to have an agent provide you with listings that meet your criteria. I would be more than happy to email you listing sheets for houses that may meet you rneeds. Just send me an email with what you are looking for and the price range.
If you do not want to work with anyone you can use sites like realtor.com or nneren.com to search the mls for NH.
Good luck with your search and i look forward to hearing from you
Godzyk Realty Group
Speak with a local Realtor in your area. Do NOT pay for any of those services on the web that send you 'lists' of foreclosures. These lists are dubious and sometimes just reflect filings made in the courthouse, with little or no other information about the house. They charge you for information that you could have received from a good, agressive real estate agent.
Ask your Realtor to send you foreclosures and to put you on an 'auto-notify' list so you can get them when they come up for sale, too.
Scott Miller, RealtorÂ®