As you can see from the answers below, do not go this direction or believe what you read in a "how to get rich book" it may work on tax lien properties in "who the heck k ... more
Foreclosures like this one will be listed with a real estate agent because the bank - whichever one that is - understands that that's the best way to sell property. Banks are s ... more
I understand your point.
If it's an REO or a short sale, the lender will required it to have been listed with a Realtor and placed on the MLS before they will consider an ... more
I also represented numerous buyers while purchasing ... more
I agree, buying a foreclosure is pretty simple. these listings should appear in the local MLS. Once you find a property you like, it's always best to come in quickly and ... more
There is no central realtor database with "condemned" homes (referring to homes that are not habitable). Your realtor can keep an eye out for distressed/fixer p ... more
they may be just a loan SERVICER>
There is a lot of misunderstanding on this topic, but essentially there are two kinds of foreclosure properties:
1. Buy at auction on the courthouse steps. This is not advi ... more
Try going down to the county office and searching public records..
Not only do you want to know how much is owed but also what ... more
Are you searching for a specific property that was foreclosed? You can ask a local realtor to monitor the address and notify you immediately when the bank puts it on the market ... more