Links to all the Bank/Gov (REO/Foreclosure sites)
http://www.mortgagenewsdaily.com/wiki/REO_Database_List.asp ... http://www.biggerpockets.com/bank-reo.html
Tax sale info .... http://www.sco.ca.gov/ardtax_public_auction.html
Auctions ... Due Diligence .....
Good hunting, Dunes
If you are looking to buy Foreclosures you should:
1 - Hook up with a Real Estate Agent who is a foreclosure specialist / super knowledgeable (there is no legal title of specialist)
2 - learn the laws of Foreclosure in your state
3 - Go to a few Auctions with your Agent to see what is done and how it works...
Put together a strategy to purchase
4 - BUY BUY BUY
I have helped several buyers with foreclosures. REO's is a pretty easy transaction one you have ratified. Getting to ratification is an issue. Many banks list the property below market to generate an auction mentality and sell the home within a week at market value. I have experience at public auctions and foreclosure auctions. Please follow the link for more information. on REO;s and Auctions http://lginsburg.prucalbayarea.com/page/buyingintoday039smar
I will say Burlingame does not have many foreclosures but they do have a few.
please feel free to search properties on my website: http://www.leesellsmore.com
Lee Ginsburg -Prudential
Jerel gave you great information! If you are interested, in more information and actual prices of foreclosure properties on the Peninsula, check out the website in the "Web References" box of my comment.
I am a trained and experienced REO/Foreclosure/Short-Sale Realtor.
Let me know if I can be of any service,