Hi Darrell. The below answers are good, but only if you want to spend hours and hours researching, etc. My advice to buyers is to always look for a good realtor to help you weed out and negotiate. Remember that buyers don't pay their realtors, sellers do, even if that seller is a bank. I just closed on a bank-owned property in South Toledo two days ago with a great young couple. They purchased the home for 50% of what the county auditor says it's worth. They're thrilled and it didn't cost them a dime to have me show them nearly 75 homes before finding this one. Plus, negotiating with the bank can be tricky, especially if there are multiple offers.With that being said, many sites now offer foreclosure searches and in Toledo you can go to the auditor's website and click on the icon regarding sheriff sales. Hope this helps.