We get asked this question a lot on here. Sometimes the past due amount or the amount that the bank reports when they take it back gets reported as a sale. It makes it hard to sift through for everyone. You may want to try a different source that will tell you which properties are actually available and at the true price. Most realtors have a link to the MLS on their website, including mine, which is live data. The instant that we save a new listing you'll find it and the minute that we mark it pending, you won't be mislead that it is still available. We can also set up a custom search that will notify you as new listings become available so that you don't have to spend your time continually searching to see if something is new. We can filter for bank owned foreclosures, short sales and lots of other parameters beyond what you have available. Let me know if you'd like to give it a try. Best of luck to you!
Diane Conaway, Broker Associate, RE/MAX United, (760) 749-2888
This is a lease, when you click on the details button it outlines the terms of the elase, etc.
Much of the listing info on Trulia is inaccurate or difficult to understand.
Best to you,
Mark and Kari Shea
San Diego Real Estate Experts
Foreclosure, Short Sale & Investment Specialists,
Development Opportunities & Traditional Real Estate