If you look at the listing on Trulia it says >
This means that the home is NOT for sale, and my never be. The owners were just served papers, that they are in default. (lis pendens)
Realty Trac gets their information from public records (lis pended being one of those) and always has the warning that the home has "started the foreclosure procedure..."
If you are looking for a home, I suggest you contact a local realtor and let them search and email you currently active homes.
If you are looking to purchase a foreclousre, be aware that you need 20% down AT the time of purchase and the balalnce of the purchase price (cash/mortgage or both) within 30 days of the end of the auction.
The only way to find homes truly in foreclosure and for sale is to go to the local county sheriff's website (most post the homes there) and go to the auction. Be aware too, that foreclosues are most often "as is" sales. No one does repairs, and sometimes you cannot even get into the house to see it prior to the auction. Lots involved, especially if you are a first time buyer.
Due Diligence is to be done by a good realtor. But I am more than confident you
can find a property comparable. Or you can wait it out. I can m,ake suggestions
on what to do if you so choose too. Please call me at your availability. 973-746-2850
Have a great day....
Good luck with your search!!!
The sharon and karen home team
201-738-3158 / 917-394-0356
Keller Williams suburban realty
The best way to get into any home, is to be working with a realtor that you trust. The realtor is diligently looking for you as all homes in the market become available. Whether it is listed by another realtor, For Sale By Owner, or by a foreclosure. An agent is a person that you poartner up with and they work hard for you.
Make sure you find the right one that you believe will be diligent for you.