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Your Questions About Foreclosures

Your Questions About Foreclosures

Sharon asks…

How do you get free access to Foreclosure listings?

Why is there fee to access a foreclosure listing? Is there aything out there I can access for free? TY.

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

Your best bet is to talk to a local real estate agent. Most of those foreclosure sites are NOT free, and are basically not worth the money you’d pay as a member.

By talking with a realtor, they can help you look for foreclosure homes, and alert you when they come on the market. And, as the realtor will be representing you as a buyer, you (generally) don’t have to pay a dime for their service! The seller pays the commission.

Also be advised that most foreclosures require proof of funds and a minimum deposit/earnest money to be considered. This is why you should speak with a realtor. Form a relationship with a realtor, and they will be happy to assist you, and, most likely have access to many if not all foreclosure properties in your area.

Good luck with this venture!

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Carol asks…

Where Can I get Foreclosure Listings?

I’ve been looking at some Foreclosures listings and I’m wondering which companies are real and which ones are not. I have a partner who purchased from the auctions, but he ended up paying 80% of market value on a “good deal” I’ve heard of one company called 21khomes.com that sales homes for 30 cent’s on the dollar. I’ve heard that they are legit. They claim to be direct with the banks. Only trouble is that they want proof of funds before they will show foreclosure listings. Is this normal?

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The Expert answers:

I went to the bank and I asked the mortgage manager and he gave me a list.

Your Questions About Foreclosures

Donna asks…

Can anyone tell me where to find free foreclosure listings for the state of ohio?

I am looking to purchase a foreclosed home, but every site wants you to pay money for listings. Isn’t there a government site that see the listings?

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The Expert answers:

The pay sites are basically scams.

These are listed with Realtors. You can find them for free on the regular MLS.

Your Questions About Foreclosures

Steven asks…

How can I make money from Canada foreclosure listings?

Is there a good book or program or even training seminar that is reasonably priced, teaching people on how to profit from Canada foreclosure listing?.

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The Expert answers:

I think this is the best time to make money from Canada foreclosure listings. I haven’t seen a time when you can get prime Canada properties at such a low price.

Without a doubt, good profits can be made on these Canada foreclosure listings. The only thing is we need to find out how to obtain inside information and data on Canada foreclosure listings.

As not all properties are listed, it is essential to have inside information. Without that inside information on Canada foreclosure listings, it can be very difficult, if not impossible, for people to find homes that they can invest in.

I joined this membeship and it really helped me understand the whole business and showed how a small group of ‘Insiders’ In B.C. & Alberta are making massive profits by getting Canada foreclosure listings before the public (Including even realtors).

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Lisa asks…

How do I find foreclosure listings without paying a membership fee somewhere?

I keep hearing about how buying foreclosures is a great way to find buy property for less money. I am a recent college graduate and don’t want to throw money away on rent when I can hopefully find a place where the monthly morgage payments are less. I am looking to live in the Lehigh Valley (Allentown) of Pennsylvania.

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The Expert answers:

I am relocating and have been looking at foreclosures. With as many are out there, many are listed on realtor.com or with local realtors. A few sources that I’ve tried:

Bank websites – Chase, BoA, etc.
Www.hud.gov – has links to all govt owned foreclosed properties
www.ushud.com – not a lot of information
Local realtors websites

Make sure you do your research like checking the county website for valuation information, tax info etc. Since most offer no disclosures, you want to make sure you do the legwork to ensure that it is a good deal.

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Your Questions About Foreclosures

Your Questions About Foreclosures