Blcitsme, Home Buyer in Pacific Grove, CA

How do I go about learning about pre-foreclosures or bank-owned foreclosures?

Asked by Blcitsme, Pacific Grove, CA Sat Jul 23, 2011

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Lisa Cannata, Agent, Falmouth, MA
Sun Jul 24, 2011
Depends on what you're looking to find out. Would you like to know where they are listed, how to submit an offer, or just general information? Bank foreclosures and short sales are most commonly listed with a Realtor. So if you're interested in purchasing one your best route is to find a knowledgable agent in your area whom you can build a good relationship with and have them get working for you to find the right one. Keep in mind that while there are certainly deals to be had many will require a significant amount of work to be lived in comfortably. There are also great values with just plain old motivated sellers. Again though my advice for the most and best information available is to find a local Realtor that can help you specifically with what you're looking for.
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justhockey, Home Buyer, Bucyrus, OH
Sun Jul 24, 2011
goto the website or check with the banks in your area they may have the information you are looking for
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Lyle Wolf, Agent, Morristown, NJ
Sun Jul 24, 2011
You might find this article helpful:
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Judi Rutland…, , 32459
Sun Jul 24, 2011
Agents in your area are the best source of information but you can also check out bank websites, fannie mae website or even google for the information. Are you looking anywhere in the US or just in your local area?
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Christine Pa…, Agent, Concord Township, OH
Sun Jul 24, 2011
Check out the website They have a lot of information for what you are looking for and even though you may do research on your own Still Use A Real Estate Agent in you area. I'm not real sure where you are in location to these two agents, but I am in a master mind group with them and they are both great agents and extremely knowledgable - get in contact with them and tell them how you got their info - they will do all they can to help you. Tni LeBlanc at and Dave Keys at Good luck to you in your quest. Christine
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Bill Eckler, Agent, Venice, FL
Sat Jul 23, 2011
The best and most accurate "foreclosure" information will come directly from a local real estate agent. Sit tight and see what resource options appear from this post and then go from there.

Good luck,

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