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Savvyavy, Home Seller in Long Beach, CA

How can I find foreclosure property?

Asked by Savvyavy, Long Beach, CA Fri Feb 25, 2011

I am looking in the Long Beach area with a low price range. Thanks :)

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Check out the links below,
They should show you current bank owned homes and short sales, but it really depends on the where exactly you're looking. You should definitely concentrate on zip codes and learn as much about the real estate market in the area.

http://www.zeuks.com/ca/long-beach/homes-for-sale-in-90803/

http://www.zeuks.com/ca/long-beach/homes-for-sale-in-90804/

http://www.zeuks.com/ca/long-beach/homes-for-sale-in-90805/

http://www.zeuks.com/ca/long-beach/homes-for-sale-in-90815/
Web Reference: http://www.zeuks.com
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best work direct with a Realtor who can obtain your specifications and lender approval amounts

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Savvyavy, has provided helpful information.
You should also understand, foreclosure property is not always your best buy!
Interview at least 2 professional, knowledgable agents in your local to represent you.
Web Reference: http://sierraproperties.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Feb 25, 2011
Savvyavy,

Find yourself a buyer's agent in your area that you like and work with them. They'll help you determine how much you can afford, what areas are the best to invest in right now, show you what's available, and guide you through the process. Interview a few agents and pick the one you think is best for you. Make sure you ask them about their foreclosure experience, and I'd probably find one who knows construction. Since many foreclosures need some type of work, finding an agent that can provide you with rough estimates on repairs will help you throughout your search.

Marcin
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Why not consider working with an agent of your own; he/she can provide you with suitable listings, keep you informed as new properties arrive on the market; schedule showings, etc.
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