if you do not represent a seller, banks generally will not connect you, nor provide you that contact info.
If you have a seller, try that route.......it is the fastest.
I was also looking for the Bank of NY REO department, because the owner of record of the foreclosure I was looking at was the Bank of New York, with mailing address of 7105 Corporate Drive in Plano TX. When I went to that site, I realized it was Countrywide. When I went to the Countrywide website, I found all the Bank of New York REOs, including the listing I was seeking.
I hope this helps everybody.....bc
Plano, TX 75024 as:
Tel (972) 608-6745
Fax (972) 608-6209
Trying to find the registered agent for a property they own has not been successful. No phone calls have been returned. However if you are interested in buying a property, you may get a quicker response than I.
Trying to purchase a home that is forclosed before it is listed for sale is kind of like the search for the Holy Grail.
By the way there is a property that I know of that has been vacant for 3 years that is a local lender owned property. It is tied up because of probate and may become available in another year or so.
Sorry Deborah, but I feel your answer was to vague to be much of an answer. With the glut of foreclosures on the market you would think Bank REO dept's would want to get rid of them ASAP. Especially, when a property sits vacant for 4 years and needs major repairs to it.