Free list of foreclosures has been one of the most effective marketing gimmicks for Realtors in the past few years. All of the ones that I've seen, including my own list, have nothing to do with rentals.
There has been more and more talk that banks should rent foreclosed homes instead of just sit on the inventory, but to my knowledge it is not yet being done ... or at least not being done in the Cupertino area. ... Then again, there really aren't many foreclosures in the cupertino area :-)
In fact, here is a list of ALL of them (so you don't have to request a list):
Address City Beds Baths DOM LOE SqFt $/SqFt HOA List Price Age Sale Price
2633 Kerryshire Ln Santa Clara 4 3|0 352 1,506 $252.26 $195 $379,900 38
2310 Falling Water Ct Santa Clara 3 2|1 36 1,400 $264.93 $395 $370,900 38
1883 Agnew Rd #109 Santa Clara 2 2|0 23 1,070 $341.96 $278 $365,900 5
83 Mirabelli Ci San Jose 2 2|0 10 850 $384.59 $260 $326,900 18
2200 Agnew Rd #109 Santa Clara 1 1|0 34 816 $265.93 $360 $217,000 29
980 Kiely Bl #124 Santa Clara 1 1|0 30 622 $241 $310 $149,900 40
THAT'S IT! They do constantly come and go, but notice that there are none in the actual city of Cupertino.
I am curioius to hear if any one else here is going to know anything about foreclosures for rent, but my guess is this post is just going to fill up with the typical self-promotion.
Check out my profile and contact me if you'd like to talk more about this, or if you'd like help in figuring out how much home you can afford to buy. Generally speaking renting-to-own is a very undesireable option. It increases your costs and risks, so I would avoid it if possible ... but that's a different conversation that we can have privately.