I publish a FREE list of foreclosed homes weekly. You're welcome to it, but you should know I'm a Realtor providing free information. If you'd like it you can access it from my Facebook page or provide me your e-mail address and I can send it to you with everyone else that has requested that free information. You can also opt out of the e-mail at any time.
In order to set up a showing to see a home, you need to schedule it through a real estate agent. The foreclosed property is listed by a real estate agent (banks don't sell properties directly...they use the services of an agent). Contacting an agent who can represent you on your behalf is your best option. Agents have access to set up showings for all foreclosed properties, and as the previous answer suggested...you don't pay for an agent to represent you. Their commission is paid for by the bank that holds the foreclosed property. It's a win-win for you!
Good luck...let me know if I can help!
Kris Plechaty - First Weber Group Realtors