how can I find out what bank owns an reo not on the market yet?

Asked by Angie Roy, Leominster, MA Fri Sep 18, 2009

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Susan Costa, , Westport, MA
Tue Sep 22, 2009
Angie

You can also find out the bank info by going to the registry of deeds. All you need is the address of the property. You can review the recors at no charge. Copies are available for a fee.

If I can be of assistance, please feel free to contact me.
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Ann Marie Be…, Agent, Sterling, MA
Tue Sep 22, 2009
There are many lists being offered for a fee however there only one or two that are worth the money. It will give you preforeclosure properties and preauction properties. Please call or email and I will give you the information!
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Gwen Cook, Agent, Bolton, MA
Tue Sep 22, 2009
If the property has been transferred to the bank, you can check at the city hall. The Assessors' office has the records of all property ownership. Or, you can look it up at the Registry of Deeds. Or, you can tell a Realtor the address and have one of us check it for you.

Happy to help,
Gwen
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