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some foreclosed homes have no mls. all i have is street name, city, and brief details.

i need to know where to go to find more info on these foreclosed houses that dont even have an mls number.

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May 24 2012 - Rancho Cucamonga
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If the home is not in the pre-foreclosure stages and has actually been foreclosed on, the property may be occupied and not ready to be listed. The seller may also be doing repairs and it is not available.
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May 28 2012
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Any real estate agent can get you information on any house for sale foreclosure of not. If you see a foreclosed house for sale with no details treat it like a scam. Avoid that sign up and stay away from that company. You are only buying bogus information that is not what you want to find.

You are seeing houses that the owners are behind on payments. It could be a 2 day late payment that was soon caught up. It could be a late tax bill. It could be years before the house is actually foreclosed on.

Avoid this kind of listing. Talk to a local real estate agent who can show you what is really for sale.
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May 24 2012
There are many ways to obtain this information.  One of the best methods will be to contact a local REO broker that will be able to look for recent foreclosures and find the home for you.
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May 24 2012
These properties can be in various stages of the foreclosure process and may never come to the open market. Realtytrac and Foreclosure.com display the info in several online sites to entice you to buy their service tbat is completely useless. I see homes valued at $500,000 listed at $25,000. The $25k is probably a 2nd lienholder foreclosing, but people think they can buy the house for $28k. Use an agent that knows the market and can let you know exactly what is available to purchase. Not pie in the sky dreams. Good luck.
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May 24 2012
That is one of the issues with foreclosure.com and zillow that can make it difficult to find a home. If you are not working with an agent contact me via my zillow profile and send me the addresses and I will look them up for you. Have a great day!
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May 24 2012
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Most likely the homes that appear on Zillow without details are from www.foreclosure.com, and really preforeclosures.   You can click at the link at the bottom of the home details page.   Unfortunately foreclosure.com charges a subscription fee for access to information.
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