Hey Cynthia -
Less red tape like a cash offer will get banks to take notice but sometimes it ends up being a timing thing.. Example, I've made cash offers for my buyers when the listing is new, and the bank didn't flex at all. If they have a another offer on the table and it is financed, they may take that one even if you were close. My experience has been to make it close within the month and lthe east amount of contingencies will sometimes make them bend the most.. With the high volume of foreclosed properties, these banks are holding firmer to their price. We've have done well with cash offers on homes that have been listed for awhile. Hope that sheds some light -... more
An agent can e-mail you foreclosed homes
from the MLS provided you form a buyer/agent relationship.
I know of no known "list" per say, but researching listings
And the known realtors who deal mainly with them.
Sheriff sales can be researched at the auditors site & preforeclosed
Short Sales are mixed in the MLS as well.... more
Tabitha: I googled this address and it came up as being in Canton, Ohio. Is this correct? I did a search at the Stark County Auditor site and it came up. http://www.auditor.co.stark.oh.us/AccuGlobe/iView.asp
It was bought in 2002 and the owner lives in Pasadena California. I emailed the link to myself - I can't post the results link for some strange reason. However, if you let me have your email address, I'll forward the information to you. The owner is a Lisa J. Whitten