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How do you find REO listing?

  • June 10 2011 - Chesterton
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There are several sites where you can look online to find homes.  HUD, FreddieMac and FannieMae all have websites that list homes for sale.  Most banks also list their foreclosed properties on their websites.  Agents can also set up a search for you for homes in the area that you are looking at and can be an easy alternative to having to look at all the different websites. 

I would be happy to assist you with that if you would like to send me your criteria.  Good luck in your search!
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Short answer:  Find an agent to represent & search for you - They have accurate information.
  • July 19 2011
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Your agent will have the ability to filter all the properties in the area that are REO Sales or Short Sales.  This is one of the required fields in MLS and should not be a problem for most agents.
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When banks sells their properties, their listing agent is likely to list the property through the local MLS along with regular listings and short sales.
As Cindy mentioned, try searching the following:
Fannie Mae - www.homepath.com
Freddie Mac - www.homesteps.com
HUD - www.hudhomestore.com
VA - https://va.equator.com

Good luck!

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