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How do you get forclosure sale prices

  • October 17 2012 - Eastern Hills
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You can get that information on the auditors site in your county. Sometimes there is a recording delay or delay in updating their website. In the end what they paid at the sheriffs sale doesn't really matter. They are paying themselves for their own lien.
  • January 20 2013
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I think the original question is how does zillow come up with a "sold" price when the house has been "forclosed to lender".  Looking at sales data, a house, for example sold for 300,000 in 1994.  It was forclosed by the bank for 415,000 in 2011.  Where did that 415,000 come from?  A month later the house is sold for 210,000.
  • November 22 2012
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The benefit of registering for updates with the banks, as Dunes mentioned, is that quite often they pre-market their properties for days before they hit the MLS. Once they are actually for sale, they often do a short viewing period, and then take offers for an even shorter period before locking up a deal with a buyer. So the only real way to purchase them is to be ready and waiting.
  • October 17 2012
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All Free Info from Gov. and Banks


Sheriff Sales are held in the Commissioners Hearing Room on the 10th floor of the County Administration Building, 451 West Third Street, Dayton, Ohio, 45422.   Check the list of properties for sale for the exact sale date.  
 View the list.

Ohio Foreclosure Sales by County


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

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

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

Good Hunting




  • October 17 2012
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If you are talking about going to auctions, it can be risky.  There is no guarantee that all liens have been removed.  If you buy a home from an auction there can be surprises.  Also, once you've won a bid on a home, you cannot terminate the agreement without losing whatever money has been put down on the house.  A realtor who specializes in auction properties can be very helpful.

  • October 17 2012
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I'm not sure what you are asking. But homes that have been foreclosed on and are owned by a bank, are generally listed with an agent like most other for sale homes. So essentially, you can get the pricing for a foreclosed home, or REO,  from any agent with whom you choose to work or a variety of online sources. 
  • October 17 2012
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