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Lyn, Both Buyer and Seller in Moline, IL

Where is the best place to find REO in Moline Ill?

Asked by Lyn, Moline, IL Thu Nov 11, 2010

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Lisa Cannata’s answer
The best place to find bank owned properties is with a local Realtor who is familiar with how they work and how to find them. This is a free service and easy to do with a qualified agent.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Nov 12, 2010
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Sean cochran
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Dec 16, 2012
I would suggest starting with looking for a realtor in your area who is knowledgeable about the foreclosure or short sale market. It is important to build a trusted relationship with your real estate professional.

If you prefer to do some research yourself, you can always check with your county clerk to see what is being foreclosed. The website realtytrac is also a good resource.

It takes time and patience to secure an REO no matter where you are. Good luck in your search!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Dec 15, 2012
The best place to look for REO properties in Moline, Illinois is on bank websites, Bank of America, Chase, & Fannie Mae all list REO properties on their website by State, City, & Zip.

A good local real estate agent should provide you a list free of charge with no obligation.

In addition, there are paid services that publish pre foreclosure information, however, these services are deemed a scam by many.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Nov 12, 2010
Consider speaking with a local realtor in Moline. She can set you up with automatic emails whenever a foreclosure comes on the market that meets your criteria.

Please read my blog about purchasing a bank owned property,…

Best of luck to you!
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