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Your Questions About Foreclosures

Your Questions About Foreclosures

Thomas asks…

Where can I find listings of local houses undergoing foreclosure for free without paying a service fee?

Seems like you can get listings if you pay a fee to a web site, but is there any other way to find out what houses are up for auction?

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The Expert answers:

Yes, it’s just not easy… Actually it’s easy, it just take time, so this companies do the work for you and charge for it.
You can do it too!
I don’t know how it is in other states, I’m a realtor in Raleigh, NC and here every forclosure has to be posted at the courhouse and published in the newspaper. Ever read the boring part of the classifieds in your local paper, the “Legals” section? That’s where they go.
If you are _really_ interested in foreclosures, go to your county courthouse and look at the bulletin board (literally a cork board with pinned notes in it) there you will find the foreclosures.
Or, you can talk to your favorite realtor (like me :-) - Your Questions About Foreclosures in NC) I know of many even before the banks (people call me before the bank starts foreclosing on them)
If you are going to work with a [good] realtor, you have to be serious though. If I had a penny for every person that calls me that wants to buy foreclosures to fix and re-sell but has no money, no credit, and never even changed a light bulb…

-jose-

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David asks…

Where is the best place to get a foreclosure house listing?

I am trying to get a house that is in foreclosure. I am not sure where to get the listings. They say I can get it from some banks, are there specific banks that I should go to, or are there banks that are better than others? What are those banks? Any advice is appreciated.

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

Just go on Realtor.com and start searching for homes in the area you want. It will state that the house is bank-owned and you will be able to tell the foreclosed properties because they are being sold for like pennies. I’m finding beautiful homes for under 50K. Some even for under 20K.

I’m looking for a foreclosed home, as well.

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Nancy asks…

Where can I find free foreclosure listings fore North Carolina?

I really want to move within the next three months. I am currently searching for a foreclosed house. I would like a free listings . Somewhere between the price range of 250,000 to 300,000.

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

If you want to find the best foreclosure listings in your area, check out this site

http://foreclosure-listings-national.com/

Here you’ll find thousands of exclusive listings for homes being offered for sale at reduced prices

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Lizzie asks…

how do you find foreclosure listings on houses in your city.?

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

Quite a few ways to find a foreclosure
1. Your local banks will have listings of properties for foreclosure
2. Ask about REO’s – they are foreclosed properties they couldnt auction off
3. Foreclosure.com
4. Propertyshark.com has foreclosure listings
5. Google foreclosure your state

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Sandy asks…

How can I find foreclosure listings in my area?

I heard people are gettings foreclosed houses really cheap. How do I find out where they are in my area?

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

If you want to find the best foreclosure listings in your area, check out this site

http://foreclosure-listings-national.com/

Here you’ll find thousands of exclusive listings for homes being offered for sale at reduced prices

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Your Questions About Foreclosures

Your Questions About Foreclosures