There are many sources for bank repos. As a buyer agent / broker, I can set up, at no obligation, a specific search engine for you and grant you access to your own portal that will email you every morning with any new REO opportunities that were listed the day before. You can do your own searches and reviews and call when you've found one you like. This way you save time and energy and can take your time finding the right buy.
You can also go to http://hud1.towerauction.net/OH.htm to search HUD repossessed homes or to the FannieMae website called Home Path at http://www.homepath.com/ to look for repossessed homes. Once you find something between your professional's searches and your own, then you professional can verify the best price and terms, write an offer, find financing, and assist with Title Company interaction. Find someone you can trust to represent you it's important. I am available for a no obligation interview at 440-385-5650 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Paul W, Drury
Broker / Consultant
Keller Williams Realty
Greater Cleveland West
Best wishes and success!
Lila Webster - Howard Hanna
REO properties are listed with a real estate agent/company. They are shown either thru that company or if you have an agent specifically working with you, then with your agent.
If you do not have an agent, in your case a Buyer's Agent, then I could help you. I cover Avon Lake as well.
Let me know.
Art Hotes ~ RE/MAX Classic
It's their job to find out how to show the houses that you are interested in to you.