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Your Questions About Foreclosures

Your Questions About Foreclosures

David asks…

Where can i find a free list of foreclosed homes in my state?

Im looking for foreclosed homes to buy or auction for. I cant find anything buy paysites. Is there a government list? I live in ohio

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The Expert answers:

For homes in foreclosure try www.usa-foreclosure.com This website has properties listed for all 50 states.

Wells Fargo’s website lists their foreclosed (REO) properties and the contact agent: www.pasreo.com (very good website)

Bank of America’s REO website: www.bankofamerica.reo.com/search/prop

For a list of tax sale properties try www.nationaltaxsaledirectory.com

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Nancy asks…

Are we safe to let foreigners come into the US and buy the foreclosed homes?

People from China are here to buy the foreclosed homes. Whos to say there will not be Sunni, Shiite Muslims, or Bin Laden, Al-Quada, terrorist, buying the homes. If it is really our money in this bailout, I vote no to foreigners buying anything in the United States. Where does our government get off trusting these people?
And what a price the United States of America has paid for the thought of peace.

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The Expert answers:

I agree…I think the US needs to beef up their immigration laws. I understand that America is the land of opportunity yada, yada, but we have to draw the line somewhere.

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Ruth asks…

How can I find bank foreclosed homes in Washington State?

I want to know how I can find or attend an auction for bank foreclosed homes in Washington State. The problem is finding a legitimate site or price. Help me =(.

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

You’ll do well to have a real estate agent work with you. This is not friendly territory for the uninitiated.

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William asks…

How do you go about accessing foreclosed homes before they go on the market?

I am an investor and have been helping people get into homes. I basically help them fix their credit then I purchase foreclosed homes fix them up, then sell them back to my clients. I’ve done well for myself and can easily purchase 4 or 5 homes at once but I’d like to get to the point where I can go directly to a bank and purchase newly listed foreclosures. Not the ones that have been sitting for 5 years then finally go on the market.

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The Expert answers:

Go to the auctions, that is how I am buying now. Or at least trying. It is really cut throat

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Sandra asks…

Occupy protestors move into foreclosed property to liberate the homes and give it to the homeless?

Bless their little hearts and souls. Is this not an excellent strategy. Waste is a terrible thing when homeless people are in need of housing. Do you agree with their new strategy?

SEATTLE (AP) — The Occupy Wall Street protests are moving into the neighborhood. Finding it increasingly difficult to camp in public spaces, Occupy protesters across the country are reclaiming foreclosed homes and boarded-up properties, signaling a tactical shift for the movement against wealth inequality.

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

Just because someone doesn’t have what everyone else has doesn’t mean they deserve it.

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Your Questions About Foreclosures