is there any way to get acess to lists of forclosures homes for free?

Asked by Barbara Tate, 28625 Fri Jan 2, 2009

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Mammawbdye, Home Buyer, Statesville, NC
Thu Oct 28, 2010
Debi Frazier is a very good agent. She works for Coldwell Bankers. She is good at finding homes that fits her clients specs. She handled everything for us so all we had to do was contact her for updates. She worked really well with our lender and got the things done that needed to be done.
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Jonathan Bri…, , Troutman, NC
Sun Apr 5, 2009
Sure you can go to http://www.charlotte4closure.com. It is designed for people who are specifically looking in Iredell and Mecklenburg Counties...

Jonathan Brinker
http://www.homeloansmatter.com
http://www.carolinaagentsmatter.com
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Suzanne Whea…, , Locust, NC
Fri Jan 2, 2009
The best way to get TRUE foreclosures, is to contact your local bank, REO departments, asset managers of mortgage companies, get the list of possible short sales, Clerks office, newspapers, etc.
A local agent can keep you informed of any homes with possible short sale.


Suzanne Whealan
http://www.propertiesseller.com
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Voices Member, , Benton County, OR
Fri Jan 2, 2009
Barbara, If you wish to get an idea of what available in your area before you contact an agent to just get an idea of what might be available the Hud link is one place to start..also you can try the public records for any area...

http://publicrecords.onlinesearches.com/

http://www.mortgagenewsdaily.com/wiki/REO_Database_List.asp

http://my.freeforeclosuredatabase.com/foreclosure-listings/

http://www.4viv.com/

http://www.biggerpockets.com/find-foreclosure-homes.html

These may help or not, but are worth a look....Dunes
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Larry Story, Agent, Greensboro, NC
Fri Jan 2, 2009
Barbara,
Of course you know that is just the HUD listings and only a small fraction of what is available as far as foreclosures. You will still need to contact either the listing agent or a buyer's agent to view the home.
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Larry Story, Agent, Greensboro, NC
Fri Jan 2, 2009
Barbara,
One of the easiest ways is to contact a local agent. A buyer's agent is paid from the sellers proceeds at closing. We have access to all the listings in our given areas and a good buyer's agent experienced in investment properties is going to know where to look to find the government foreclosure lists. I keep a running list for some of my clients so I suggest you contact someone in Statesville and they will easily be able to help you. If you do not know of anyone I can refer you to a top agent in the area that will have all of this information for you.

Hope this helps,
Web Reference:  http://www.storybookhomes.ws
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