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Racer, Real Estate Pro in Houston, TX

how do I find the number of homes in an area who have received notice of default?

Asked by Racer, Houston, TX Thu Apr 16, 2009

I was asked on a bpo to go to trulia to get the number of notice of default..I don't see it anywhere on website.

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Search the Harris County clerk of courts database for Lis Pendens filed within your desired timeframe (see the link below).
1 vote Thank Flag Link Tue Apr 21, 2009
Hi Racer, not exactly what you're looking for, but if Trulia does not show anything yet, you may check with our local MLS http://(www.Har.com) to see what foreclosures they have listed. Currently there is not an option to search for homes under default - that I know of anyway. (The link for the foreclosure search on HAR is http://search.har.com/engine/dispSearchForcl.cfm alternatively you can view them on my website at http://www.yourconroehome.com/foreclosures.php - the same info is in both locations.) You can refine your search to the exact areas you are looking for.
1 vote Thank Flag Link Tue Apr 21, 2009
Hi Racer,

Welcome to Trulia and thank you for your question. On Trulia's search results page you can use the filters on the left to specify that you only want to include foreclosure listings within your search results. Then you can use the More Search Options section further below to specify that you only want to include Notice of Default listings in your results. I've already run this search for you in Houston, but I'm afraid we don't seem to have any homes that match this description in that area, as you can see if you access the link below.

I hope this helps you. Please be sure to let us know if you have any other questions.

Best Wishes,

Emily Gibson
Community Moderator
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Apr 20, 2009
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