Yes....on foreclosures before they go to auction rarely will you get pictures inside and outside the property. You can always look at google street view to see what the neighborhood looks like.
This neighborhood was built in the early 90s.
If there is no address listed, normally they're not really for sale. They could have already gone through the foreclosure process and been sold already, or they could be somewhere in the process. That means they could come on the market in a day, a week, a year, or maybe never depending on what happens.
It's always best to look at the ones that have real addresses associated with them that are currently on the market. Remember also that the foreclosures are often in pretty tough shape and often require cash buyers.
Is that what you are looking for?....or are you looking for one to live in? There are exceptions, but they seem to be infrequent....Over the past 10 years I've been in probably 3000 foreclosures and rarely do I see one move in ready.
Here are some home currently for sale in the same area: