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How can I find the foreclosure price if listing says N/A?

I'm at the very beginning of researching foreclosure properties. I'm noticing that quite a few foreclosed listing says the foreclosure price is N/A. Is there a way to find this cost? Also, if these listings show a Zestimate, is it likely the properties are sold close to these estimates? 

Thanks!!
  • October 02 2012 - Chicago
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Foreclosure.com puts listings on Zillow and often the price or address is n/a. They want you to subscribe to them to get more information.

Contact a real estate agent in your area for more information.
  • October 03 2012
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My advice is that you work with a good agent who is familiar with your area of interest and experienced in purchasing REOs. There are many reasons why this is the best approach, not the least of which is that your agent can give you access so you can walk through these properties and give them proper evaluation. The number of REOs on the market is shrinking and competition for them is getting quite fierce. To be successful, you'll want to be working with someone who understands how these properties are priced, how to get them into contract for you, & how to negotiate with the selling bank.
  • October 03 2012
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Most of them on here are fake. You can either buy them on the courtroom steps, or have an agent put you on a search through the MLS. Those are the only ways.
  • October 03 2012
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You can contact a local title or escrow company and ask for a property profile.
  • October 02 2012
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