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If the lender has foreclosed on the home, how do you determine who to contact?

Example - property locations on your website, 3740 Jolly Drive, Baton Rouge, LA  70808 and 1670 Hood, Baton Rouge, LA  70808
  • March 25 2014 - Baton Rouge
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Usually you will need to wait for the lender who foreclosed on the property to list it for sale with a local real estate agent. This could take a couple of months or a couple of years. The best way to know when and if it comes on the market would be to talk to a local real estate agent and have them watch for it. They should be able to set up an email alert that will let you know as soon as the property is listed for sale.
  • March 25 2014
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More often than not you, unfortunately, have to wait until it is listed again.
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