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Your Questions About Foreclosures

Your Questions About Foreclosures

Carol asks…

How do you find foreclosed homes?

I am looking for a way how to find foreclosed homes, as I would like to save as much money as possible when finding a new house. Is there anywhere which has a list of available foreclosed homes which can be sorted by location, and price range?

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

What area do you live in? I use a site which has exactly what you have described, you can sort all foreclosed homes by price ranges, locations, and also by the features such as bedrooms, bathrooms etc.

Good luck with your new house :) - Your Questions About Foreclosures

Your Questions About Foreclosures

David asks…

How can I get a list of all foreclosed homes in my area?

I want to buy a fixer-uper home..I think a foreclosed home could be a good option…so how do I find out what homes are available? Go to the courthouse, if so, what dept? or the banks?

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

Every foreclosure most be posted at the County Recorders Office. Most are online. If not, go in person to the office and use the computer at the front desk.

For 4 weeks the auctions must be advertised. Find out which paper (free at the library) publishes the lists.

Www.PASREO.com ( i don’t work there) has all of Wells Fargo’s repo’s. Free.

Www.AMTRUST.com ( i don’t work there) has theirs.

Www.COUNTRYWIDE.com ( i don’t work there) has theirs.

Once you attend your first auction, get the name and number of the local attorney or foreclosure-service that handles all the local auctions for the banks. They might help you get started if they think you are serious about buying.

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Daniel asks…

Foreclosed Homes How do I find them for Sarasota Florida area?

where can i find a list of foreclosed homes in my area with out having to pay to join website? I know that there are so many websites and advertisement’s on tv but when I call or go to the advertised web site the say I will have to pay to get a list. I am afraid to pay because I don’t want to get a list that is completely out dated and then lose money.

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

Find a Realtor in Sarasota. To start, just try a search for “Sarasota Florida Realtor.” That’ll bring up plenty.

You can search online from some of their websites. Or contact one of them directly. Explain what you’re looking for. A Realtor can set you to to automatically receive listings of new foreclosures as soon as they come on the market.

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Donna asks…

Where is the best place to look for Foreclosed Homes in my area?

I am looking to purchase a Home in the very near future. I am certainly not a millionare and want to get the most for my money. I also do not mind getting a fixer upper I am willing to do most of this work myself, I just dont know where to start looking for Foreclosed homes or bank Repossed homes. Can anyone help?

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

Find a realtor that you’re comfortable with and tell him/her you want to look at REO properties. Foreclosed houses are listed for resale through realtors. You can’t deal direct with the banks.

Your Questions About Foreclosures

Paul asks…

what are some good websites that have foreclosed homes that I don’t have to get a trial membership to look at?

i’m looking for a foreclosed home but all the websites ask for your credit card number. i don’t think i should have to pay (or even give my credit card number) to look at home listings. are there any websites that don’t require a credit card to look at foreclosed homes?
ok, so my mom is a real estate agent, would she be able to access that information?

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

Contact a local REALTOR who specializes in foreclosures and or is an agent for HUD. A good agent will be able to help you achieve your goal of purchasing property.

You can access the HUD web site and see what is available in your area. Their sales are auctions and offered first of all to anyone who is buying in order to live in them and if nobody in that category wins the bid then they offer to investors. I believe they only deal with agents who are registered with them. The paperwork and requirements are a little complicated and so you need that agent anyway.

Our local MLS allows us to search for properties that are bank owned. Also, the agent is usually paid by owner of the property so his or her services will be free for you.

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Your Questions About Foreclosures

Your Questions About Foreclosures