enter your question...How can I find out about homes in foreclosure in Tualatin, OR?

Asked by Lori, Oregon Tue Mar 11, 2008

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James White, Agent, Tualatin, OR
Fri Mar 23, 2012
I assume by your question that you want homes in the foreclosure process but not yet listed. If that is the case I offer a weekly list of homes going to Auction. Feel free to request it at http://libertyfirstrealty.com/auctionweekly If your request is for foreclosed (bank owned) homes or Short Sales (pre-foreclosure) that list can be had here http://libertyfirstrealty.com/foreclosures

Hope this helps
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Farahv, , 97229
Wed Mar 12, 2008
A Realtor can help you find what foreclosures are active on the multiple listing database and they get a report from the title company. You too could go to the title company and ask for these reports however they are updated every week. It may be daunting for you to keep up on them without someone assisting you.

It’s a great way to make money now if you are willing to act fast when the right home comes along. Good luck with your search and if you are interested in having a realtor help you buy (free) please contact me. If you are looking outside of the Portland area I can refer you to outstanding agents in most any area or Oregon.
Happy House Hunting!


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John L Scott Market Center
503-758-6281
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Ron Ares, , Portland, OR
Tue Mar 11, 2008
Most real estate agents can get you copies of the Notice of Default list compiled by the title companies.
Web Reference:  http://repdx.com
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Marvin Von R…, Agent, Tigard, OR
Wed Oct 17, 2012
The very best way is to go to the county recorders office and ask to look through the IN BOX. You will be asked to please keep it in order. You can have info before its actually recorded and the vultures who sell lists get to it. I used to do this all the time when I worked for an investor group. We would then contact the homeowers before anyone else. Anyone who reads this tidbit and makes money---send me some candy.
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