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Can I see a list of foreclosure properties on Zillow.com?

  • January 08 2011 - Wyomissing
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Go to Google search and type in "foreclosures on Zillow". Click on the links to see foreclosures on Zillow. There are likely ways inside Zillow to do this but this is how I do it.
  • January 08 2011
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Sure... for the most up to date answers .. call a Zillow Premier Agent
  • January 15 2011
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All good information but before you proceed, I suggest you do some reading about purchasing foreclosures. Generally 'if it sounds too good to be true' it is. Its a frustrating process....I know many of us in the business are hoping that it would be streamlined but there are some many equations involved....too many to go into here. My advice, find a solid Realtor and attorney.
  • January 15 2011
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Besides foreclosures there are also short sales which may be a good avenue to pursue.  Seek out an agent who is experienced specifically with these properties in your area, You might look for the Short Sale and Foreclosure Designation when  There are unique challenges to purchasing these properties.  Find an agent who is willing to help you and knows this aspect of the market - and stick to that agent. 
The process can be long, arduous and frustrating.  Unless you are paying cash the time between contract and closing can be 90 days or longer.
  • January 15 2011
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yes, at the top go to homes tab click, the go down to foreclosures click, then on the left hand side put in any other search parameters i.e. city, zip, price etc.

piece of cake!
  • January 10 2011
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The best way to find foreclosures is to find an agent who specializes in REO's. Tell the agent the parameters that you are looking for and the REALTOR will email you a list. The Realtor will also continue to send you properties based on your parameters as they hit the market. However, if you would like to do it yourself I suggest that you go to the foreclosing entities website. You will find many on the following websites. homesteps.com, homepath.com, hudhomestore.com Also, many agents websites that are linked on Zillow have free search engines for foreclosures that are linked to the MLS system. This will allow you search like the pro's do.
  • January 08 2011
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