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how can I aware of foreclosed house lists of banks?

how can I aware of foreclosed house lists of banks?
  • February 26 - Bethlehem Township
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Depends on what you mean by "foreclosed house list of banks"?

Most States/Counties have all the information concerning the process, properties, rules, ect. on their web sites..Public Info/Records
Some don't have the info but provide contact info of who can provide the info and/or where/what to do.

Give this a look..All State/County web sites, all Public Records..ALL FREE
Foreclosures and Tax Lien Sales
Very handy tool
Public Records Directory

AND

REO-Bank Owned Properties
Many Banks have created Sites for the Public to use (ALL FREE) to view and find Information about the Properties they have Listed for Sale & programs & the process ect.
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 & programs & process ect..
HUD Homes...Fannie Mae
You can find the links to the Gov sites here...Link
  • February 27
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Thank you Last Ottoman...appreciated

Best of luck with your searching & research
  • March 02
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Just some FYI - definition of the word foreclosed or foreclosure have two different meanings, foreclosure or foreclosed are the acts that happen prior to or in middle of transaction between a defaulter of the mortgage of the property with their lender calling in the mortgage for failure of payment, there could be other reasons for default to but that is another subject.
   
  I believe you are seeking an REO list, means bank owned real estate. Properties that has already been foreclosed on. 
Most of these sites mention in other advice post are REO properties already owned by the banks.

Below information is if you are seeking to purchase at auction because property is being foreclosed on by the bank.

   Most common places to find properties that are going to foreclosure is Public notice section of your local paper. Also researching your local registry of deeds. Google "foreclosure auctioneer" in XXX.  
  3rd option depends on the state your looking to purchase :
   Is the state judical or non-judical? Judical state notice of default most times can be obtained at court house, many county courts post their daily dockets on their website too.

 I suggest seek out a foreclosure specialist/realtor who knows the in's and out's of the business, be loyal to him/her, since they will want to be compensated by a sale, most foreclosure companies, REO asset companies & auction firms do pay the selling agent. Hope this help, good luck with your search.

 Best,
Paul M
 
  • March 02
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  • March 01
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I would recommend looking in your registry of deeds, notice of foreclosure is public information. This is generally the best source for finding fresh pre-foreclosures. I'd recommend looking at owners with notices within the past 2 weeks. Call your local registry and get the document name as they seem to vary from county to county. For example, here in MA (Middlesex County) the foreclosure notice is called Order of Notice, in Suffolk it is something different, etc.

Also, you may want to contact banks in your area and speak with their REO manager. That is typically the best way to get bank owned property.

  • February 27
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I'm sorry but finding foreclosures on Zillow is not the best tack to take, I cannot start giving links and areas from which Zillow pulls from (because Zillow will delete it and slap my hand). but any foreclosure or so called "pre foreclosure" on Zillow is merely old info that half the time is obsolete being pulled from elsewhere.

I recommend that you stop by a local Realtors office, sit down with an experienced Realtor and allow them to do what they do best...

I will post one example in attempt to help you (do NOT pay for local foreclosure lists as those are surely scam lists pulling from public sources and attorney sights).

Google HUBZU! Talk to a Pro Realtor! Best Wishes... 
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  • February 27
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