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vclehman, Home Buyer in Charlotte, NC

is realty trac free of charge?

Asked by vclehman, Charlotte, NC Wed Sep 12, 2012

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No. You have to pay to receive Realty Trac info. Many folks think they they can get a jump on foreclosed properties by subscribing to Realty Trac, however, your best source of foreclosure information is always a trusted real estate professional, who will provide you will the latest and best listings at no charge. Foreclosures are all listed and sold through mls. Realty Trac often confuses potential buyers by listing properties that are only in default and not bank-owned. Many houses that go into default never foreclose, but are worked out, cured, or sold.
1 vote Thank Flag Link Wed Sep 12, 2012
NO...You have to pay a monthly service to them for a list of homes that are deliquent. Most of these homes are not on the market and most probably will not go on the market and when they do go on it is year or longer later.

If you are looking for a list of homes that are for sale., visit my website and you can do a search for free. I do not charge and the homes are updated through the MLS system that all the Realtors use.

Dave diCecco
Coldwell Banker United
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Sep 13, 2012
No, Realty Trac is not free, there is a monthly charge and all you get is a list of homes that have had the initial court filing made for a potential foreclosure on the home. More than likely the homes are not for sale. Do yourself a favor, find a good local realtor to work with. Their services ARE free of charge to buyers 99% of the time and they will only show you homes that are available to be purchased.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Sep 13, 2012
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Not sure but my site is free and connected to the MLS just like I am to search. You can check it out and call me with any questions. Thanks
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Sep 12, 2012
save your money - forget Realty Trac

you will wind up paying for a list of homes which are not even for sale........most of them are only delinquent in some capacity, and have had paperwork filed........they are not in foreclosure.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Sep 12, 2012
I don't think so, I am more than happy to send you a list of foreclosures if you would like one. A HUD home may also be a good option for you. I am experienced with hud, foreclosures, and short sales. Check the link below for a great site to search for homes.
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