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Jan, Home Buyer in Granbury, TX

I am relocating to Granbury, Tx and I am looking for a bank owned house. How do I find out which homes these?

Asked by Jan, Granbury, TX Fri Aug 14, 2009

are and how do I view them & get more info on them??

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When you want to buy a home without getting ripped off, hire an Exclusive Buyer Agent. EBAs only work with homebuyers and there is never a conflict of interest that will jeopardize your negotiating position. Visit http://www.naeba.org for a referral to an Exclusive Buyer's Agent in your area.

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I looked at the naeba.org site, they ask too many questions without first knowing if there are even any agents in my area.
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There are many places that list foreclosed properties (which include bank owned), including this site, Trulia, and also Ziillow. I have a list of such places in my bookmarks from my own searching. RealEstate.com, RealtyTrac, GetForeclosedHome, RealtyStore, etc.

There are tons of these web sites that have foreclosure property information, but from what I've seen, they charge a pretty high monthly fee, but most have free trial periods. Just do a search for foreclosures.

Also, if you are having loan troubles, check out Hard Money Loans. http://pearlsofdreams.com/category/finance-real-estate-loans/

Good luck finding a Realtor, I have personally emailed many Realtors with a request to help find owner financed property, or ask if there was owner financing on a property, but they don't even write back.
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Hi Dee.
There isn't a list of bank owned properties for sale. However, those properties are almost always listed with a REALTOR and can be found in MLS.
I'd like to ask why you are focused on bank owned properties. They are usually listed and sale at market value. You may find one that is a great deal but by ruling out other listings you may rule out an even better deal. Individual homeowners are often more motivated to sell than the bank.
Either way. Good luck!
Please let me know if I can help you out.
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