It would seem that you are finding properties that you see have been foreclosed on and then wanting to submit offers on those properties? You ask how to find listing agents for Deutche/JPMorgan/etc. The reality of it is that you don't. That is not the work flow. Let me explain. The company I work for, Nautica Realty, has been a niche company marketing foreclosures since 1985. We closed over 400 properties in 2011. Once a property has gone through the foreclosure process it is either sent in-house to the division of that bank's REO marketing department or it is sent outside to another asset management company. Bank of America could foreclose but end up with that property being sent out to Wells Fargo's REO department (Premiere Asset Services). Or, it could belong to Freddie Mac or Fannie Mae, HUD, etc. From there it is then assigned to an REO listing agent. We then provide/oversee the necessary services to get it out to market- re-key, trashout, cleanup, utilities and valuation. It is then put out to the market place. No bank deals directly with the consumer. They have procedures and protocol in place to handle these assets. So, you are pretty much wasting your time going about as you are- finding a property and then contacting the bank as there could be title issues, physical issues etc. and some of these assets sit after the foreclosure for sometimes two years depending on the situation. Also, if it is still in the courts the owners can delay the process through filings, bancruptcy or do a loan modification. You may be researching properties that will NEVER come on the market. Also, when buying a listed property all back HOA or condo fees and any code issues have been dealt with.
My suggestion is to find yourself an active Realtor in the area. You need someone who is familiar with all types of properties- REO's, regular sales, HUD, and estate sales. Don't think because it's one or the other it's not a good deal. I remember a very well priced estate sale when I first started in real estate and I called one of my customers all excited and her response was 'I'm not interested I only want to buy a foreclosure'. Geez! A good agent will continually be researching properties for you, be available for showings and understand how the offer process works on REO's. Our office has people who specifically work with buyer's. You can call 561-734-6397 to Nautica Realty and our staff will put you in touch with one of our selling agents. Please see our website as well below.