You might give this a look.....Info from your County
You can find a lot of info using a Public Records Search Machine like this one, check it out..
For Gov. Foreclosures/Properties for sale here is a list with Links to ALL the FREE Gov. sites created to provide the public with information..check them out.
The Banks have also created sites to provide the public with FREE ACCESS to the information on the Properties they have listed for Sale...
Sites like..CHASE... https://servicing.chase.com/reo/property/FeaturedProperties
BANK OF AMERICA..http://bankofamerica.reo.com/search/propertysearch.aspx
THERE ARE ALSO OTHER TYPE OF SITES LIKE THE FOLLOWING YOU MAY WISH TO BROWSE THROUGH...
AS WITH ANYTHING USE DUE DILIGENCE...
And David and Renee make an excellent point: Most foreclosures come on the market being listed with a Realtor. So any Realtor can access the MLS and provide you a nearly complete free listing of foreclosures that you can buy.
If they're not listed on the MLS yet, you can try Dunes' links. But you may well find you'll have to wait a while--maybe a couple of months--until the foreclosures are listed.
Hope that helps.