Free list of San Diego Foreclosures http://www.teamaguilar.com/free
In CA, the foreclosure process lasts a minimum of 120 days. The foreclosure lists report homes that have NOD's (Notice of Default) filed, which doesn't meant that the home will actually be sold at a foreclosure auction. The homeowner who is in default does have the opportunity to either bring the loan current, refinance, negoiate with the bank, or attempt to sell the home on their own as a short sale. The short sale process itself can take many months, so quite often auction dates are postponed several times.
Many times the NOD is for a second mortgage (or 3rd or 4th mortgage), so the first mortgage holder will likely take some action prior to the auction date. Also, many of these lists will have multiple postings for the same property, since they report each time a NOD is filed.
You'll find many homes with NOD's filed listed on the MLS as Short Sales. Contact a local Realtor for information on short sales in your area.
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If you want a free list of REO's (also known as foreclosures) any Realtor in you area can provide this to you for free. For Seattle area foreclosures visit http://sorinrealty.com
You can go to http://www.homepath.com. These are Fannie Mae homes that have been foreclosed on. Special financing on these properties is being offered plus incentives for closing ...such as picking up some of your closing costs. Good deal all around.
If you see a property that you like don't hesitate to give me a call on my cell#858-775-3226.
Here are a few government sites (.gov) No strings attached:
1. Pick up the phone and call a good agent
2. Go with one of the real foreclosure websites, the big ones. (and just cancel before your free trial runs out, don't forget)
or here ... http://www.sdsheriff.net/csb/propertysales.html ... you might even wan to look at this ....
You can find some info for Tax sales using this... http://publicrecords.onlinesearches.com/Foreclosures-and-Tax
For Bank/Gov Databases take a look at these... http://www.mortgagenewsdaily.com/wiki/REO_Database_List.asp ... http://www.biggerpockets.com/bank-reo.html
So if you're still looking, Dunes
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http://www.SDForeclosureSearch.com is a free Foreclosure-Only MLS search for all of San Diego county. Currently there are over 1600 listings that are bank owned foreclosure properties. This search allows you to search, sort and save foreclosed listings that match your specific criteria. The technology ties directly into the San Diego Multiple Listing Service, that's what REALTORS pay to use, and updates the listings numerous times a day. You get the information sent to you via email before many agents even know it's on the market. The speed of this search is very useful for knowing what foreclosure inventory is on the market. These properties have been selling quickly due to competitive pricing by banks. It's free for you to use 24 hours a day as often as you like.
Good luck searching for Foreclosure Listings - they are definitely the best deals on the market in San Diego at the moment for particular communities.
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You can find information on foreclosure properties on line at RealtyTrac.com. I can also provide you a list of foreclosure properties in San Diego without enrolling in a paid program. However, the most important thing is to determine what you are looking for in a property or on those lists then find the information that meets your needs. Please give me a call if I can be of service. (619)850-5432.