I am a local REALTOR and I know of a handful of forclosure properties in the Brunswick area, I actually have clients currently looking in Brunswick/Hinckley area, so have been in a few. I would love to assist you as I have am able to see homes that are actually forclosed as opposed the those websites that charge you a fee for homes that are simply pre-forclosure. Please feel free to give me a call at 440.971.5648 or email me at email@example.com
I hope to hear from you soon!
Howard Hanna Real Estate Services
The information on various websites can be dated and therefore not current. Contact an agent.
No Realtor is going to charge you a fee to show you foreclosed homes.
I assume you're referring to RealtyTrac and their ads here on Trulia. Jennifer: Please pay close attention. Those are not listings. Those are advertisements to try to get you to subscribe to RealtyTrac's services. Many of those homes are not for sale--which is why you didn't see them on Realtor.com.
If you want to find foreclosures, contact a Realtor in your area. Any Realtor will be able to produce a list of foreclosures that are on the market. And a Realtor will be glad to show you those properties without charging you a fee.
Hope that helps.
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If you look at the auditors web site under sheriff sales you can see if it is up for foreclosure or not for this month or has already gone through the process in the past. Many of these "foreclosure" websites sell dated information. Our auditor has a tab for property information and you can see if it has recently transfered. For instance a home that was foreclosed on and sold the pervious year down the street from one of my listings. People were still asking me to show it too since they saw it on one of those sites. They are not well monitored nor updated in a reasonable amount of time. Be careful. I can run histories for you on a specific address if you would like and see exactly where this home might be in the process. I hope you are doing well and look forward to helping you in the future.
Go with some fine Realtors ho have already answered your question.
The address you have is either an expired list or one upcoming a few months out.
Not worth your time, work with a knowledgeable Realtor.
Once we purchased a foreclosure home, renovated it , and sold it, and had someone come to the door asking about it because it was on the foreclosure list he just bought.
Call or email me and I will be happy to help you.
As you have already been informed the "foreclosures" you see are advertisements to get you to subscribe to their site. Many of these homes aren't yet on the market and are actually still in the foreclosure process. Medina County Auditor has a lot of public information online about every property in the county....as far as taxes, etc. Your best bet is to contact a local Realtor. They can work with you to find a home or gather further information as well as give you access to a client portal where active listing information is updated much sooner than the online sites you are able to access.
NONE of these services cost a fee. Build a rapport with a local Realtor, stay loyal and communicate often and in the long run you will find the process much less stressful and most likely will save you time and money.
Good luck with your search!
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Scott Miller, Realty Associates, Boca Raton, FL
Best of luck to you!