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Maurice, Home Buyer in Bermuda Dunes, CA

how do i find bank owned homes in mass.?

Asked by Maurice, Bermuda Dunes, CA Tue Jan 29, 2008

in middlesex mass. area

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Just type in your question into Google search bar. You need to visually sift out spam to get to helpful sites.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed May 13, 2009
Maurice:

Trulia is a good way, there are several subscription services, and lately I've noticed that the banks themselves have reasonably up to date location services. (Find Bank of America Properties). You should know though, that the majority of the foreclosures are in the secondary cities, like Worcester, Lowell, Fall River, etc. There are not very many left in the suburbs.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Mar 5, 2009
Seeing that this was posted in Michigan, I saw it way too late, but will answer anyway.

Here is a great site to find what you would like:

http http://:www.mahomeforeclosures.com

If of course you still need the information


Michael Prescott
RE/MAX Innovations
Serving Blackstone Valley and Worcester Counties
mprescott@relocationma.com
877-266-9747 ext 281
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Jan 11, 2009
Maurice, Sorry for some reason nobody answered your question.

I suggest resubmitting your question under Massachusetts. Every State has different laws, but you are able to search for foreclosures on Trulia. Simply search for homes as usual and on the left side of the screen there is a check box for foreclosures.

I do suggest working with a Buyers Agent with some experience in foreclosures. An please remember, they may take more than 3 months to close. Banks operate on their own time schedule.
Web Reference: http://www.mi-living.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Mar 17, 2008
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