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Your Questions About Foreclosures

Your Questions About Foreclosures

Laura asks…

How do you get a job cleaning foreclosed homes in Michigan?

I have a commercial cleaning business and want to branch out to cleaning foreclosed homes. Unfortunately in Michigan there seem to be a ton of them but if I can get a good contract to clean some of them maybe I can hire a couple more people and help in some small way.

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The Expert answers:

I’d talk to the local lending institutions.

Unfortunatly, no one is paying to clean these places untill after they are sold; up to the buyers then.

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George asks…

How can I access the number to Bank of America or other banks that deal with foreclosed homes?

I have a cleaning company and would like to get involved with cleaning foreclosed homes for banks. However, getting the number to the department that deals with these homes is a nightmare. No one seems to be able to get the number. Any help would greatly be appreciated!

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The Expert answers:

The reason you are unable to get phone number is, there is none. Banks do not hire people direct. After the home is foreclosed, they turn it over to a RE management company, and that company, assigns it to one of their approved vendors. They have it cleaned out, re-keyed, appraised and then listed. You need to get on the RE Managements approved vendor list. They require licensed, bonded and insurance for all vendors.

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Mark asks…

Why would the Republican Party block people from voting when their homes are foreclosed?

The Michigan Messenger reported this week that the chairman of the Republican Party in Macomb County is planning to use a list of foreclosed homes to block people from voting in the upcoming election as part of a Republican effort to challenge some voters on Election Day.

Should the Party be disbanded for cheating voters who are suffering because of Republican lead deregulation of the financial industries?

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The Expert answers:

SCUMBAGS!

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Carol asks…

Where can I go to find foreclosed homes in my area without having to pay a membership fee to a website?

I am looking for foreclosed homes in my area because they are much cheaper than other homes. However, whenever I try and find listings in my area, all I get are vague ideas, and in order to get the details, I have to pay a membership to the website I found it on. Is there anywhere I can go (either on line or in person) to get foreclosed home listings that I don’t have to pay for?

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The Expert answers:

The information is public record, so if you go down to your County Recorder’s office you should be able to obtain a list of homes that recently had a Trustee’s Deed filed on them (this is the foreclosure document)

Most title companies also offer what is called a Notice of Default List, a Notice of Trustee Sale List, and a Trustee’s Deed List. If you call a title company like First American, Fidelity, or Lawyers Title and ask for customer service, you should be able to ask for their list.

A Realtor will have lists of REO (foreclosed) homes available to them through the MLS system that have been placed on the market by the banks. If you call one they can arrange to take you out to the homes and open them up for you.

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Lizzie asks…

how can I find out about foreclosed homes in my area 4 free?

I there are companies who sell this information, but I thought it was public information. Where can I get a list of homes that are being foreclosed on that I could buy cheap?

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

You can go to hud.gov. They will have homes already forclosed, otherwise if you go to the country tax office they may be able to help. Also there is usually a legal ad in the newspaper before the foreclosure, check the legal ads section of your newspaper

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Your Questions About Foreclosures
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Your Questions About Foreclosures

Your Questions About Foreclosures