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What's the best way to find foreclosed homes owned by banks?

Asked by Trulia Raleigh, Raleigh, NC Tue Apr 30, 2013

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Here are Few ways to find the best deals - http://foreclosureprocess.net/foreclosures

-Search bank websites: Banks often list their foreclosed properties for sale online.
-Look up government-owned listings:The Department of Housing and Urban Development lists the foreclosed homes that it owns on its website as well as through local real estate agents.
-Visit your county's offices: Foreclosure information is filed with county offices, some of which post it online.
-Pay for a foreclosure-listing service: Some companies, such as RealtyTrac, offer comprehensive foreclosure listings for a fee.
-Pay for a foreclosure-listing service. Some companies, such as RealtyTrac, offer comprehensive foreclosure listings for a fee.
5 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Feb 8, 2016
One way to find foreclosure listings, is call a professional Realtor and they can send you all the foreclosure listings. However, in today's market, foreclosure listings are not always the least expensive listings. I suggest you give your Realtor your criteria on what you are looking for and the maximum price you are willing to spend and then from there you will get a list of properties that match your wants.
http://ForeclosureIQ.com
2 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Aug 22, 2015
Hi Trulia!

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So I have resolved to follow the same model. Even if I just like to talk about me, I would prefer results!

The easiest way to find bank-owned properties all in one place is at the website below. It provides complete information on the listing, no tricks, no gimmicks. But they do make you pay for a subscription. Right now they are running a 7-day trial promotion for $3.95. A monthly subscription is $39.99 and an annual subscription is $99. If you are thinking of becoming a real estate investor I would definitely use this site. And even if you are curious about what is out there, a $3.95 investment is definitely worth it to be able to access all bank-owned properties in your area (and the US).

I hope this helps. I would love feedback.

Julie Minter
910-368-7116
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu May 2, 2013
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Flag Wed Feb 10, 2016
There are many Realtors whom specialize in REO and Foreclosed Homes. Give one a call, and they will gladly help you out.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed May 1, 2013
Work with an agent like me who represents a wide range of lenders. When an REO is first assigned to an agent, it is not ready to put on the market. So, there is a two to three week lag where my buyers agents know what is coming on the market and the other Realtors do not. If you want to find out about the properties first, go to http://www.TeamForYOUrDreams.com and sign up for the foreclosures.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Apr 30, 2013
The best way to find foreclosed or bank owned/HUD homes is through a buyer's realtor. There are several agents who specialize on foreclosed/HUD homes/properties. They are knowledgeable and will guide you and making an offer. You may visit our website at http://www.CarolinaMaxRealty.com and go to the link HUD Home Search and click that. Or just go to Home Search and find the home of your dream!!! I wish you all the best!!!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Apr 30, 2013
There are several realtors like myself, who work almost only in forclosures and bank REOs.

What specificly are you looking for?

Deals are few and far between, as banks know what they have and sell at market value.

If I can help shoot me an email
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Apr 30, 2013
Give me a call and I will send you my weekly foreclosure list via e mail
919 422 9677. Peter Greijn
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Apr 30, 2013
hi peter
please send me your best foreclosure in the greensboro , high point , jamestown l...etc with 20 mile around
my name is motaz madi
email motaz@tech-methods.com
Flag Mon Sep 7, 2015
A REALTOR can provide you with a list in the area you are searching. If you would a list please let me know - I would love to help!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Apr 30, 2013
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