Try this for a list of Citibank REOs (foreclosures) that they are looking to sell off...
If you want other lists, try this which has gov't and non-gov't foreclosures...
I personally disagree with many who say that going after a foreclosure is a bad choice. My rule is this, if you can find something that has built in equity of at least 20% at purchase, and is already rented out generating cash flow, you're ahead of the game! Takes work to find, but they are out there.
If you need more information, let me know. Good luck in your search.
Tom Hinz http://www.shortsaletosell.com
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I have worked with foreclosures for awhile and there are many ways of locating them. I have helped many homeowners in foreclosure by helping them find a lender that may be able to help or finding an investor if they are looking to sell the property quickly. If looking for a foreclosure property there are alot of foreclosure sites out there, but not many of them have updated lists. You can contact me by email if you are looking for assistance with buying foreclosures.
Email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
I do business in Monmouth/Ocean county. I have to agree with Marc - scooping up a good foreclosure is a learned skill. I would make 2 suggestions:
(1) Get yourself a good book on forclosures
(2) Find someone who specializes in foreclosures (for more than just the past 2 years).
I do know of a few realtors who having been doing foreclosures for 10+ years (me, not being one of them).
See my website for my contact info, email or call and I will get you in touch with someone.