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Bowling, Home Buyer in 30024

how do i find foreclosures online that are active?

Asked by Bowling, 30024 Wed Nov 23, 2011

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Work with a Real Estate Agent so that you can have access to the most up-to-date information. A Real Estate Agent can set up a personal website with your unique foreclosure search criteria that will be updated from the MLS daily direct to your email.

Dominique Fletcher
678-250-5022
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This in formation you can get from a local real estate agent.
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The best way is to work with an agent. Most MLSs define if the property is a foreclosure or not but this infomation field may not be available to the "public". Get a Realtor and ask them to sign you up for a free automated email program that will send you new listings that match the criteria you establish, which could include "foreclosed"! Good Luck! It's a great time to buy.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Nov 28, 2011
Hire a buyers agent and let them send you a list of ones in your area. When it comes to foreclosures you have two main options.

1. Buy them at the court house steps.

2. Buy them when they are listed on the market.

You will have some competition as these deals are being bought up quite rapidly from investors, hedge funds, and normal buyers.
Web Reference: http://timetomove.biz
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Nov 28, 2011
A great online resource is Realtytrac.com. It is well known for foreclosures and foreclosure/housing data. It is a pay service.

If you are ready to take action - You can go online to http://www.NorthMetroHomeSearch.com/Foreclosures and see the latest listed homes with no email registration or sign up for the Daily Foreclosure Report which sends the listings directly to your email.

If you are searching for a seasoned Foreclosure agent
Buyers
Sellers
Rentals
HUD registered agent
REOS Certified

Mark Laycock
Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Metro Brokers
404.843.2500
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Nov 25, 2011
Since you are asking about the Suwanee, Georgia area I'll make it easy for you. Go to my website at http://www.HomeTeamGwinnett.com . Once there, go to the left column and click on "Suwanee". When that window opens you will have your choice of two columns to review. One is foreclosures. One is not. Choose the price range in which you have interest in the left column and up will pop lots of choices for you to review. If you see anything there that you would like to see, call me at 678-542-1386 and we'll make a plan to go take a look.

Bob Tettman
Home Team Gwinnett
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Nov 24, 2011
If you are interested in purchasing a foreclosure, I highly recommend that you consult with a real estate professional who is knowledgeable on this subject. Purchasing a foreclosure can be a very complicated and frustrating process and a good real estate professional who specializes in these types of transactions will make the process much more manageable.

If you considering purchasing a foreclosure (also known as “REO” properties), know that HUD, Fannie Mae, and Freddie Mac own the majority of the foreclosures in the U.S. If you would like to view the homes that are currently available through these entities ON A MAP, you can see the inventory here: http://www.huduser.org/REO/reo.html This website, called the REO Portal, contains all REO properties publicly marketed through Fannie Mae’s HomePath.com, Freddie Mac’s HomeSteps.com and FHA’s HudHomeStore.com websites and the data is updated on a weekly basis

It is important to know that the real estate professionals associated with these properties are “listing agents” and are there to represent the seller. You should seek out the help of a “selling” or “buyer’s” agent who can help you negotiate the terms of a purchase contract if you wish to place an offer on one of these homes. Know that if you want to place an offer on a HUD foreclosure you HAVE to have a “registered” real estate professional submit the offer on your behalf.

Many of these homes would benefit from a Renovation Loan like the FHA 203(k) program. This mortgage program allows the buyer to purchase a home with FHA financing and then have the home renovated after closing. You can view more information on Renovation Loans here: http://www.renovationloanguy.com.

Best of luck to you during your home search!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Nov 24, 2011
You work with an experienced agent that is skilled in the foreclosure field - and there aren't many despite their claims.

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Hank
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Nov 24, 2011
The best place for foreclosure listings is the agents that specialize and list in your area. Most listings are assigne dto agents 30-60 days before it is priced nad put on teh market, you can get the advanatge of seeing it ahead and being ready with an offer when it does hit the market
Web Reference: http://www.ScottSellsNH.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Nov 23, 2011
hudhomestore.com has many foreclosure listings around the country. Search, find, then contact an agent in your area to get access to the properties. Check it out, there are some good buys there!
Web Reference: http://www.hudhomestore.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Nov 23, 2011
Hi Bowling,
It would be my pleasure to assist you by setting you up on the agent website so that you can receive listings as soon as they hit the market. Anna from Nassau, NY made a good point. It's always best to work with an agent as we can provide you with more accurate information on properties and help you in your home search/purchase.

Please feel free to call me at 770-617-3982 or email me at http://www.itasellshouses@gmail.com.

Thank you for your time, and I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

Ita Borrero
Virtual Properties Realty
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Nov 23, 2011
I will be happy to send you some listings in the rea you are looking for. Drop me an email or call me @ 678-898-7749.

Basil Malouf
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Keep in mind that not all online foreclosure listings may be accurate, therefore why not consider working with an agent of your own. Not all foreclosures are such great bargains, therefore don't overlook some traditional sales during your search...
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Bowling Home Buyer I would like to invite you to visit my website and register. Make sure that you tick the foreclosure box. Call or drop me an e-mail at 404-217-5168 or arthur.harris@metrobrokers.com.

Click on my website below:

http://www.homesincummingga.com.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Nov 23, 2011
You can go to georgiamls.com and specify foreclosures or have an agent do the search for you. Most times the properties show active (available) but it may have an accepted offer and an agent can sort tru it.
Call me if you need help. 678-575-0656.
Web Reference: http://duluth-homes.com
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