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Forclosures: How can I see all the home forclosures?

Do banks list them on a specific site? Are there monies required for down to move in? What is the easiest way to buy a home with out mony down? And to located those homes?
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  • January 24 2012 - Tampa
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REO-Bank Owned Properties
Many Banks have created Sites for the Public to use (For Free) to view and find Information about the Properties they have Listed for Sale
Sites Like..Bank of America...Wells Fargo...Chase

You can find links to Bank sites here...Link and Link

The Fed Gov has Sites for its Properties for sale
HUD Homes...Fannie Mae
You can find the links to the Gov sites here...Link


All Free & all the Info direct from your State/County/local gov.
Example:Florida Foreclosure/Tax Lien/Tax Sale Info

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That's a great question. Contacting a local Realtor is a great way to receive a list of foreclosures and short sales. Realtors can also help you get pre qualified for a loan if you need to, and can assist you through the entire process. No money down programs are available to those who qualify. Your local Realtor can put you in touch with a lender that can assist you with the program that may work for you.
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