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Your Questions About Foreclosures

Your Questions About Foreclosures

Michael asks…

I am looking to rent to own a?

house in Los Angeles. Is there anyway I can check out foreclosure listings for free?

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

Just be careful about buying anything with a mortgage right now.
This too may be the only way the seller can get rid of the home.
I dont know what work you do but it would have to be in the medical, or similarly essential to be sure you have a job.
It has been planned for many yrs that the UN intends taking all private property so the house would need to be fully paid & income guaranteed to pay all bills on it.

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Daniel asks…

whre can you find ?

listings for house foreclosures in massachusetts or new hampshire FREE?

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The Expert answers:

I don’t know of anyone who supplies a free list but check out http://www.realtytrac.com. They list the addresses of the properties and with a little detective work you can usually find out all the information on the property that you need to know.

Jim Reske, Realtor
ERA Advantage Realty, Inc
Port Charlotte, FL
http://www.flwaterhomes.com

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Robert asks…

Foreclosed homes???!! WHERE CAN I FIND THEM?

How can I find free foreclosure listings? Do I call the city and ask? Or is there anywhere that I can find online FOR FREE? What should I do? We can’t afford a house over 400,000….what with my parents sending me to private school which is going to cost a fortune. Can you plase help us? My parents asked me to look for houses, I need help. I’ll even pay you if you find us a foreclosed house we like!! ANYTHING!!

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

Katarina, you can get this online, pretty much. The following site has a section dedicated to information on how to go about buying houses, and, in fact,towards the bottom–just like you want–there’s a big ad that features a foreclosure database offer:

http://yourhandymanzone.com/Your_Handyman_Zone_How_To_Pages_Real_Estate_Zone_Buying_Your_House.htm

Hope you find this helpful.
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Laura asks…

Where to find Foreclosure Houses?

I am interested in buying a foreclosure house but I want to see a listing or at least know whats out there first. I know theres a alot of realty sites that you need to pay a monthly fee to access it…but I want to know if theres free listings anywhere?

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The Expert answers:

Your local real estate agent has a complete list of foreclosed houses. You should contact one of them.

If you look in your local newspaper you will find many agents that list foreclosures or bank owned properties for sale.

Most of the online listings of foreclosed house are primarily intended for those that want to invest in the purchase of foreclosed homes and not live in them.

I hope this has been of some use to you, good luck.

“FIGHT ON”

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Lizzie asks…

House Hunting help and advice?

My fiance and I are hoping to be moving out in a few months. I want to get a foreclosed home, but in a good area, while they are affordable. We’re young and so are our resumes. So a foreclosed home would be great for us and our daughter. My question is, when to start looking for one. We have other things to pay off before we can move out, but we are hoping around December/January. Any help or advice is appreciated. Also, anyone know where some listings are for foreclosures that are free to anyone online? Thanks in advance!

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

Foreclosures are public record and should be posted on your county’s Public Trustee website. You should also go ahead and talk to a mortgage lender to make sure you have adequate credit and downpayment for the home you evenutally purchase. Get as much debt paid down as possible and plan on trying to save at least 3% (it will be 3.5% by Dec/Jan) of the purchase price for your downpayment if you are going to get an FHA loan.

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