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Amandaswain08, Home Buyer in Middleville, MI

Foreclosed and bank owned homes:

Asked by Amandaswain08, Middleville, MI Mon Apr 16, 2012

When a house is showing in foreclosure and bank owned, it doesn't give street address or realty company. How do you find out more info about it, or put in an offer?

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The information is provided by Realty Trac. If there is no broker or address listed, the house is not available. for sale, but it is in some stage of default or foreclosure. That does not mean that it will actually ever be for sale.

Most consumers using Trulia find the RealtyTrac information confusing. Your best bet is to find a local agent who you want to work with and ask them to help you find homes that are actually available for you to purchase.
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Maureen Fran…, Real Estate Pro in Birmingham, MI
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You must be looking at homes on another site. This happens all the time. An agent can help you find out more information. Most of the times the homes you are looking at have not been listed by the bank for sale as of yet. Contact a local agent and have them assist you with your search. That agent can give you a list of foreclosed homes that are on the market.

All the best,

Gary Geer

http://www.ggeer.illinoisproperty.com
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Call me at 248-626-2100 ext 153, Tyrone Shepard Keller Williams Realty. Cell 313-402-4055. I can help you out.
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Maureen is correct....the home you are seeing is in default or foreclosure and may never end up for sale as the owner could redeem or catch back up. Banks will not sell one of their assets without putting it on the market with a real estate brokerage company. Hope this helps you!
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