Hello. I have used Foreclosure.com and found them to be informative. Other than that, I would Google, foreclosed homes in whatever town you are interested in. For example: Hartford Ct Foreclosures
Hope this helps you to find that home!
Foreclosure listings in Connecticut or any other area ARE available for free online but as you've come to learn you pay in other ways. As reported in a recent article entitled "Online Foreclosure Sites Come With a Price" by Alex Veiga of the The Associated Press he states...
"Buyers interested in foreclosures need a real estate professionalâ€™s help navigating the online listings unless they are willing to pay a substantial monthly fee to use heavily advertised sites like ForeclosureStore and ForeclosureToGo. Sites that are free, like Zillow.com and Trulia.com, just display filings culled from other sites, so users ultimately end up at the pay sites. Users of the pay sites can often see a partial address and description, but if they want the whole enchilada, then they must cough up monthly fees that range from about $40 to $80. RealtyTrac advertises free access, but often the addresses and other details are incomplete."
So, if you are searching for FREE Connecticut foreclosure listings and are not signed with nor working with an agent/broker, just let me know your search criteria and Iâ€™ll be happy to provide you with FREE up to date and accurate foreclosure listings in Connecticut or any other area you may be interested in.
The websites mentioned are a good source for general information. However, it is important to keep in mind that this information is not updated as regularly as some people would prefer and often does not represent an accurate account of what is available.
The best resource is a real estate professional that has the ability and desire to keep you informed relative to your specific needs and provide you with current and accurate information.