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Sara Szostak, Home Buyer in Chicago, IL

What bank ownes this property? What is the full address?

Asked by Sara Szostak, Chicago, IL Sun Sep 25, 2011

I am interested in buying this property.

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You will never find which bank owns this property.

If your looking to buy a foreclosure, you should get a good buyers agent. This way you have someone to walk you through the buying process, at no cost to you. Interview two or three agents, and go with the one you mesh best with.

Matt Laricy
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A GOOD LOCAL REALTOR WILL PROVIDE THE ADDRESS FOR YOU. WE HAVE REPS AT REALTYTRAC THAT WILL PROVIDE US THE INFO. GOOD LUCK
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Sep 25, 2011
RealtyTrack which Trulia.com uses for their distressed sales listings, doesn't provide full addresses for 2 main reasons:

1) these properties are still owned by borrowers and are any months (if not years) from being available for sale
2) RealtyTrack wants to sell you their monthly subscription

If you'd like to know what distressed homes are REALLY for sale in your area, you should contact an agent who can sift through active MLS listings and find the hot deals you are looking for.
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Sara there is no link to any property, you should go back to the ad your saw, either click on teh profile of the listing agent and email them direct or scroll down on the ad and click on the send me more information link.
Web Reference: http://www.ScottSellsNH.com
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Trulia is a poor site to search for property if you are a serious buyer....too many mistakes and outdated information. Try realtor.com or my site for all active listings.
What is the partial address that you see? I see nothing.
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this link goes nowhere.. and if its not in the MLS its highly unlikely your buying it.. there all kinds of market evaluations and arms length rules that are required to close on foreclosures
Web Reference: http://www.joeschiller.net
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