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Your Questions About Foreclosures

Your Questions About Foreclosures

Robert asks…

Finding foreclosure listings?

We live in East TN and are looking to buy a house. I can’t seem to find any foreclosure listings online w/o having to buy a yearly subscription to them. Does anyone know how we can find these listings online w/o having to pay?

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The Expert answers:

Most of the websites are not accurate, even the ones you pay for. Whatever government office that is responsible for taxes may be able to assist you with a list of foreclosures, or at least be able to point you in the right direction.

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Thomas asks…

Foreclosure listings in Fontana,CA?

Just wondering if there are any real estate agents in my area that can PLEASE help me find a foreclosure house in the 92336 area code, that would be north fontana,ca.

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The Expert answers:

Try this link: http://www.realestate.com/axx/applications/mls/asp/NSMetroSearch.asp?metro=CA&source=449790&city=Seattle&ESOURCEID=449790&ef_id=1042:3:2502f38656656af55f20d5cf0c968eac_329795980:2Ako3kNIYXsAAAlEATYAAAAL:20061001061729&propTypes=4,%203,%202&gclid=CPL4mMCd14cCFQsnYQodhm2fpg :) - Your Questions About Foreclosures

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Linda asks…

tax foreclosure listings?

houses/ foreclosures

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The Expert answers:

They are published in newspapers.

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Sandra asks…

Foreclosure Listings?

I’m moving soon, and before I start looking for apartments I want to try finding a foreclosed house. Where can I find listings for foreclosed houses in the Norfolk, VA area?

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The Expert answers:

Contact any local realtor in that area and ask them for a list of foreclosed homes.

I notice you say you are moving out soon..and looking for an apartment. Then you ask about foreclosure lists. If you are in the market to buy a home, you would need to have 2 years of steady employment, at least 3.5% of the purchase price for a down payment and another 3% of the purchase price for closing costs and other fees. Your credit score needs to be above 620 to qualify for FHA, and you DO need to have some sort of credit history. Another thing to think about is there is maintenance involved with owning a home. Anything breaks, you need to have money saved in the bank to fix it.

I would imagine also, some realtors might not gladly hand over a foreclosure list or even take you to see any houses until you have been pre approved by a lender for a mortgage.

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Chris asks…

Is it safe to rent from listings such as pre-forclosure?

we are looking to rent a house and we keep seeing pre-foreclosure listings at almost too good to be true prices and we are skeptical about its validity. Can we be evicted at anytime if we do rent from them and would they give us sufficient time to find other accomidations.

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The Expert answers:

In my opinion, it may be a better idea to search or contact a realtor for rental properties.
Most of them have listings in their offices from private owners and also apartment complexes and or communities. You can call to inquire, and leave your information. Some realtors may also own properties
for rent. They are somewhat particular in their screening of individuals too and that may be a good thing
It would mean they want someone to take care of their property as well as being able to afford the expenses.

Pre-Foreclosed and Foreclosed Homes, they are ALL not run down and uncared for and destitute properties. There are many valid and unjustified reasons that would cause someone to lose their beautiful home because they do not have sufficient income to maintain all of the expenses and are left with no options or a choice. This is a very disheartening situation to both sides of the spectrum.

Yes, some may be run down but the majority of most recent foreclosures are people losing their jobs or having a life event that has changed the nature of their life time experiences, even such as moving, divorce, and income changes.

You would be wise to do more research within your community and maybe even advertise that you are looking for a specific one or two bedroom apartment with or without utilities included, etc. Inquire with as much information that you can get to the office handling the pre-foreclosure listing. Good Luck.

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