I would recommend enlisting the services of a Realtor to help you with your search. Websites you might consider would include http://www.realtor.com or http://www.swmric.com - both owned by the National Association of Realtors.
Foreclosures can be listed in numerous places. I think the best way to find them is to have an agent on your side that is good at finding them. I cover Albion and would be willing to help you. If your still looking, please feel free to contact me at the information below.
Good Earth Real Estate LLC
We're located in CT and there is a local newspaper in our area that prints real estate transactions and financial records. Financial records include IRS liens, lis pendens, bankruptcy, foreclosures, etc. It is a very useful source of information. Is there something like this in your area?
Bob & Richelle Ward
Prudential Connecticut Realty
The process banks follow with their "foreclosures" is they enter into an agreement with a realtor that lists, advertises, and sells these properties. There are companies that will sell you access to lists for a fee.
Our recommendationis to be in touch with a local real estate professional that has access to information on "foreclosed" homes. They will be able to provide you with the information you are seeking an no charge to you.