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Julia P Flem…, Other/Just Looking in Dallas, TX

Is there a web site where one can get info on Texas foreclosures without a fee?

Asked by Julia P Fleming, Dallas, TX Fri Feb 6, 2009

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Hi Julia,

Consider http://www.homesteps.com and http://www.shortsalesheep.com

Many people are meeting with success by using these sites.
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The site below is a good resource for short sales and foreclosures...and it's free.
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The Hagley G…, Real Estate Pro in Pleasanton, CA
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I would be happy forward you foreclosures FREE minute they are posted in MLS via an automatic system I have developed based on your specifications and location(s).

Any website with membership frees are usually outdated, not accurate info. MLS is goverened by realtors board realtors postings are correct info. based on research and sellers info. provided. MLS will provide you up to 8 pictures per property with descriptions, much more.

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homesteps.com is a good source for info on foreclosed properties, too.
Web Reference: http://www.rondaallen.net
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Julia,

You can see several free resources on my website under the Foreclosure section.
http://www.teamlynn.com, some very traditional sites and some not so traditional.

Bruce Lynn
214-675-6992
Prudential Texas Properties
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Bruce Lynn, Real Estate Pro in Coppell, TX
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Julia, Try these...https://www.bidselect.com/servlet/RouterServlet?p_build_page…
Hud homes for sale in Texas
http://www.countrywide.com/purchase/f_reo.asp
Countrywides homes for sale site..REO
http://www.wamuproperties.com/
WaMu properties for sale site...REO
http://www.citimortgage.com/Mortgage/Oreo/SearchListing.do
Citibank properties for sale site...REO

This site has links to the above and many other Bank sites for property sales. It also has many links to Gov. sites for property sales .... http://www.mortgagenewsdaily.com/wiki/REO_Database_List.asp
All Free

Good luck, Dunes
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Julia,
most web sites will give you some "bites" so you fill out all your information and then you have to pay. I can send you foreclosures from our multiple listing service, most of them are also listed on the MLS. Also you can check out goverment foreclosures at http://www.firstpreston.com. If you would like a daily update, please send me an e-mail at barbara@fivetarhometeam.net and give me your criteria in regards to areas and prices.
Thank you and I am looking forward to hearing from you.
Barbara
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Sure can Julia! Are you looking in the Fort Worth area? I handle all of Tarrant and Parker County and would be happy to send you foreclosure listings. Just let me know if I can help. Thanks and good luck!!


Jackie Rankin
jackie@texasindependentrealty.com
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I can provide you daily info on DFW area foreclosures. If you would like to shoot me a little about the areas you are looking for. If this is for you or for an investment. Sending you information is free and no obligation. We only get paid you actually buy something and even then you dont have to pay us.

Feel free to contact me
RJ Avery
214-682-0598
rj.avery@att.net
Web Reference: http://www.findapadfast.com
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Julia,
You can get info on Government foreclosures from FHA, VA on site below.
If you are looking for bank foreclosures all the sites that advertise "free" lists want money to show you the information you need to contact someone regarding a property. BEWARE: most of these sites have info that can be old and outdated. Try finding a Realtor in your area who specializes in foreclosures. Chances are they are already paying for a service provider for the info.
Good luck!
Chris Nast
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