i'm in toledo,oh.Where are the tax forclosures sales at??

Asked by Darrell Lockard, Toledo, OH Fri Dec 7, 2007

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Big Bank, Home Buyer, Toledo, OH
Tue Oct 26, 2010
lookin for cheep nice homes
419-531-4809 WILLIE
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Harpo73, Home Buyer, 43617
Wed Jul 15, 2009

Wow, I thought that the above consisely answered the question; Trulia said it is too short - so I have to ramble.

REALTORS: see my posting where I am looking for Relator that can ferret out value.
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Voices Member, , Benton County, OR
Mon May 25, 2009
Holdent you are sure passionate about people using the " 7 day free trial if you give us your credit card info " site as I see you recommend it everywhere possible... https://pre.foreclosure.com/registration.html?listingid=16710553

If I lived in Toledo I thing I'd just use these to find out about Tax Sales.



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James Johnson, , Maumee, OH
Mon May 25, 2009
I can do you one better than that, bank owned homes.That is where you can get the best bang for your dollar.If you have the description that you are looking for and the area of town you are looking for,how soon you could close and the price range that you could get a proof of funds letter for I can start looking for you some great deals in the Toledo area.Send this info to comrade.llc@gmail.com
How Soon To Close
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Grant Lewis, Home Seller, Fort Myers, FL
Tue Feb 12, 2008
I have got a home for sale in toledo at forclosure rates. 711 Geneva Ave. Toledo, OH. New roof, freshly painted, updated electric. 49,900
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Dawn Ronski, , Swanton, OH
Mon Feb 11, 2008
Darrell, I would take Dees' advice on having a Realtor not only Represent you in this type of transaction but help you in your search. Your search will go much more smoothly with a Realtor who has more than likely already seen most of these foreclosures, which can save you a lot of wasted time and get you first dibs on the best deals on the market.

Dawn Ronski, Realtor
Oak Valley Realtors
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Dee Nofziger, Agent, Toledo, OH
Sun Dec 30, 2007
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.
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The Hagley G…, Agent, Pleasanton, CA
Sat Dec 8, 2007
ShortSaleSheep.com also offers most major lenders sites where they post their bank owned homes online. Good luck!
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Emily Erekuff, Home Owner, Menifee, CA
Fri Dec 7, 2007
Hi Darrell,

You can find foreclosure listings on Trulia. Just access the link below to view the foreclosures in the Toledo area.

Best Wishes,

Emily Gibson
Customer Service Representative
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Mary Starkey, , Dayton, OH
Fri Dec 7, 2007
The tax foreclosure property sales will be handled through the sheriff's department. You can find them at your county sheriff's department website. You can find it by using Google. Search for you county, ohio sheriif. Look for a link that mentions "sheriff sales". I hope this helps you to find them. If you have problems, let me know the name of your county and I will try to find the sales for you.
Web Reference:  http://www.marystarkey.com
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