There are several pay sites that give you lists of properties in various stages of foreclosure. You have to track properties to see when they are going to go at auction. They could be out of the foreclosure process at any time, even the day before. So it takes a lot of patience, research and understanding of the market to buy at a foreclosure auction.
Also, you have to pay all cash at the auction. No refunds. No Title insurance. No chance to see the property before you buy. Also, unlike normal sales where the seller pays the fees for the Selling and Buying agent this does not occur in a foreclosure. So fee arrangements would have to be made in advance if you want to work with an agent or a broker.
Of course, you don't have to work with an Agent or Broker, you can do it yourself.
Our database contains over two million foreclosure homes, including bank foreclosures, government foreclosures like VA homes and HUD homes, distressed properties and commercial properties that are for sale all across the nation. All of the listings have had any outstanding liens eliminated and the title is free and clear. We also update our extensive collection of listings every day.
I did a quick check for homes in your area and I found 514 active listings. Here is the link to check it out: http://www.bankforeclosuressale.com/list/zipcodes/91741.html
John Flores 909-732-3061
Keller Williams Realty
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You can ask about individual properties here and get swamped with answers from the peanut gallery, but your better bet is to get hooked up with a quality agent and have them verify the data for you.