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Rosita Seibel, Other/Just Looking in Oregon

where do I get a listing of government tax foreclosures for Oregon?

Asked by Rosita Seibel, Oregon Sat Jan 17, 2009

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Rosita, This might help you find what you are looking for......http://www.johnbeckwiki.com/Oregon+Tax+Sales

See if your county doesn't have a mailing list or specific sales date. Check the local papers for legal notices...

This site will help you find public records....http://publicrecords.onlinesearches.com/Oregon.htm

This might help to....http://www.homesales.gov/homesales/mainAction.do
It 's the gov. site for gov. sales

Hope some of this might help, Dunes
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Hi - not to0 many IRS government tax foreclosures pop up in Oregon. You can go to the Dept of Treasury Auction site and sign up to receive emails though...that way if something comes up, you'll be on the list.

Click on the web link below to go to that site and sign up.

Kelly Gebler
Real Estate Broker & Residential/Commercial Loan Officer
Commonwealth Group & Sunset Mortgage Co.
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Rosita;
The Kelly Group prints a list of local foreclosures every week. You can drop by our office at 215 N Blaine St. in Newberg and pick one up or call the office at 503-538-4531 for more information. I am a buyer's agent with The Kelly Group and work the Yamhill County area. My cell phone number is 503-502-6408
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That is a very general question. Ultimately all foreclosures end up on the MLS government or not. You can subscribe to a fee to realtytrac.com or foreclsoureoiunt.com but a good agent with the MLS can do you a much better job.

If you need a good agent I am one!

Dirk Knudsen
Re/Max Hall of Fame
503-799-8383
Web Reference: http://www.theknudsens.com
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