I have not seen this house appear on our MLS yet. My Coldwell Banker office is located about 10 miles away and right on M-119 at the front gate of Birchwood. Myself and several other of my agents work the north shore quite a bit. I'll be glad to an eye out for you. I do know the approx, location so I should see it if it comes out. Note: Just because the house is in pre foreclosure does not mean that the owners will not work it out with the bank however. I'll let know if I see it..
I realized that I never answered your question specific to this property. This has not yet been assigned to a Realtor so it is not yet on the market where it would be fed to the thousands of available sites. Realtytrac, who provided the listing information requires you to register in order to gain the information about the property. I'm honestly not sure exactly how Realtytrac gets their information, but I have found it to be failry useles information. Typically, because of how the foreclosure process works, it can be nearly impossible to actually find information on a property provided by Realtytrac and actually have an opportunity to purchase. Here is a link to a website that I think sums up the service. http://www.subscriptionconnection.com/reviews/58442756406737
Trulia is fed by hundreds of different listing services, many of which are not the most accurate or up to date information. I don't want to bite the hand that is feeding me right now, but if you can find a local site that fits your needs I think you'll find the process less frustrating. Better yet, if you can find a local agent who knows what they are doing and is willing to do the hard work needed to get you great property for the right price you'll be even farther ahead of the game. I'd appreciate the opportunity to earn your business if you are interested.
It can be frustrating trying to find much detail on the average website. Sometimes in an issue with the listing agent not supplying much information, but often it's the site itself. Most are designed to give the user just enough information where they must contact the listing agent. I own a firm in Northern Michigan called Homewaters, L.L.C. We service waterfront properties almost exclusively and have built a website that is geared toward that market. We provide very detailed information and multiple photos of not just our properties, but all those of brokers from four different real estate boards across Northern Michigan. you may find the site much more helpful than others you've tried to use.
There are also limitations set by each local real estate board in regards to the amount of information they'll release to the public. If you find a property of interest, you may have to contact us and we can pull up additional information such as surveys, disclosure statements, tax maps, etc... Please stop in at http://www.homewaters.net or m.homewaters.net from your mobile phone or handheld device to see the difference. I hope I may be able to help in your search.
To the best of my knowledge correct information will not be available. You can try the free trial and see what additional information is available. I share your frustration.
A local agent sometimes can "interpret" the address from public records information or view homes indicated for sale within the general area mapped by this 3rd party provider.