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how do i find out more information in regard to pricing on Foreclosed homes and the address of them

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November 14 2010 - Barrington
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It is best to work with an agent who is a Short Sale/Foreclosure (SFR) Certified agent. They have a pretty good understanding of home values in a distress market and can assist you with the process of buying a foreclosure.

If you want more information or want to search for foreclosures in your area then visit my website at:[link removed by moderator ]

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November 16 2010

Find a Realtor that specializes in the area you are targeting and have them supply you with the new and price adjusted foreclosure listings, all the details on them and the market analysis information on past and current rent and sale prices. Tell them you want him to show it/them to you, but do not want to pay them personally for all their hard work, but you expect them to work only for you as a Designated Agent.
Many of us work that way and are helping our clients get great deals at about half the price of the past high prices. Not all foreclosures are priced that well, so being flexible helps a lot....

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November 15 2010

County records.
Tittle comanies.
All the information to finding a auction is on the web.
Once you go to an auction you can wait and see if it
gets auctioned off or gets postponed.
Alot of homework but well worth it.
There are some golden nuggets in certain pockets of Cali.
You just gotta look. All the info is there. County records and the web.
A Real Estate Agent can do all that work for you.
That is there job. If your a buyer you dont pay him. The seller does.
Have fun.
Amboy 










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November 14 2010
I would recommend that you hire a real estate agent to help you search for a foreclosure. They can help you find exactly what you are looking for and guide you through the process.
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November 14 2010
Most banks are not in the business of owning homes and want to sell them as soon as possible.  However, banks are all about the bottom line, as most of us are and after some preliminary renovations are complete, will list the home with an REO real estate agent selected by the bank at Fair Market Value.  They will continue to lower the price until an acceptable offer is received. To find these homes, you can check under Zillow for Foreclosed Homes, Google foreclosed homes, or hire a real estate agent in your area to do the search for you.    If you are talking about finding Foreclosed homes before they go to Sheriff''s Sale,  that's a different ball game altogether and not for the faint of heart.  You can find a list of them on the area sheriff's website, or your local clerk of court's office, or best bet would be to find an agent in your area who is trained in the process of buying Foreclosed Homes prior to Sheriff's Sale.  Let them put your packages together with the bank.  The process can be tedious and you will need someone who has experience in the process.
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November 14 2010
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Usually when you see a foreclosure listed with no address it means one thing. That house is not really foreclosed on and is not really for sale. Companies gather data about houses that have late payments. Then they put those out as foreclosures for sale. To find out more you need to sign up for a (usually) 7 day free trial.

Once you sign up they get your credit card number and keep charging even after being told to stop. This is what they call a pre-foreclosure. That means it is not foreclosed on but a payment (or more) has been missed.

Do not waste your time looking at such properties. The reason the price is so low is that is the amount of a loan that is behind on payments. Or it could be the taxes past-due. I would go to www.realtor.com or talk to any real estate agent to look at real foreclosed properties that are really for sale. Do be aware that many foreclosures could have a clouded title so buying title insurance is an absolute must. Look up foreclosure robo signing to see more.
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November 14 2010
My web site lets you search all the MLS and there is a separate search that just searches short sales/foreclosures. Otherwise you need to find an agent to do it for you.
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