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Your Questions About Foreclosures

Your Questions About Foreclosures

Lizzie asks…

Where/how can you view housing foreclosure listings for free?

Trying to find websites that list foreclosures but dont charge membership fees etc. to view information. Looking for properties in the Houston area.

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

Hud, VA, local bank websites, the court recorder website, and the list just goes and on.

Also, you can check the tax auditor, court recorder to do some research on the property.

Here are some links for you to research:

http://www.ratraceclub.com/resources_realestate.htm

-angela

Your Questions About Foreclosures

Richard asks…

Where/how can you view housing foreclosure listings?

Trying to find websites that list foreclosures but dont charge membership fees etc. to view information. Looking for properties in the Houston area.

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

If you are looking for national foreclosures listings website, check out this site

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

Here you can get access to all foreclosures in usa.

Your Questions About Foreclosures

Steven asks…

Why do they charge fees for looking at foreclosure houses? any site that offer free listings of foreclosures?

it seems that there are plenty of sites that offer free listing of people who want to buy houses, however, from the few foreclosure web sites that i have found, they always ask people to pay in order to view those listings in detail

why is there the difference? And is there any site that offer free listings of foreclosures? thanks

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

You can call your local court house and say I need a list of all foreclosed propertys. They say okay its 10 cents a page.

Oh wait thats exactly what the people charging you 20 dollars a month does. You should start a website. Sometimes free if you use email instead.

Just saying

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Laura asks…

I am interested in purchasing a foreclosure house. Should I go to a local bank for listings?

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

Find a Real Estate agent that buys the daily “as they happen” lists of Notices of Default, Notice of Trustees Sale, and auction results.

Your Questions About Foreclosures

Maria asks…

what happens when a house goes into foreclosure with more than one loan against it.?

I have been watching foreclosure listings in the news paper,. A house one month was listed for $15000 and then next month it was listed $120000. What happens if you bid and buy a house with more than one note against it. How can you figure out how many loans are aginst a property. By the way this is in georgia.

any info on this or any other foreclosure info would be greatly appreciated. thanks

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

County court records are usually available online and will show the mortgages and liens against the property. In this case you described, the second mortgage was probably in default first, then the first mortgage was added. In foreclosure, the FIRST mortgage gets satisfied first, after the IRS, of course. Then the SECOND mortgage is second. Workmen’s liens are after that. More often than not, the second mortgage holder does not get paid, at least not fully, and has to go after the borrower later.

BE VERY CAREFULY buying foreclosure homes when you are not experienced at this. You can easily get burned! Always have a title search and buy title insurance, and use a reputable closing company to handle the closing and filings.

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Your Questions About Foreclosures
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Your Questions About Foreclosures

Your Questions About Foreclosures