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How can I find foreclosure properties in my local area?

Im looking to buy my first home, I would like to purchase a foreclosure if possible, but im not sure how to go about finding them, any suggestions? I live in Wisconsin.

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4 Responses to "How can I find foreclosure properties in my local area?"

  1. Ryan M says:
    Get a real estate agent
  2. Bill Tsouvalas says:
    you should go to real estate agent for buying new home and Flat.You can inform to your friend and Uncle.

    Thanks

  3. Ed Atun says:
    All of the banks post their homes online at their website. Wells Fargo has all of theirs at pasreo.com (i don’t work for them and the site is free).

    All of the local attorneys advertise the upcoming auctions on their websites. You can find them all for free.

    Attend an auction on the courthouse steps (daily at noon) and ask to be put on the mailing list.

    Realtor.com has all of the repo listings. ( i don’t work for them and the site is free)

  4. Anchor Home Protection says:
    Look in the paper under sheriff’s sales. According to the law, all of those sales must be advertised. Just remember once you buy a home to get home warranty protection. You’ll want to protect your house from any damage that might occur. I hope that answers your question. Good luck with buying your first house.

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