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How do I search for foreclosure homes without having to pay?

I am trying to google foreclosure homes in my area of Evansville, IN and every site that I come to wants me to become a member and pay to view the information. I know there has to be an easier way to search for these properties. Any ideas?


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5 Responses to "How do I search for foreclosure homes without having to pay?"

  1. nh broker says:
    google fannie mae and Freddie Mac foreclosures…..
  2. Landlord says:
    try Foreclosures are in the MLS.
  3. Truman B says:
    check the local paper that prints the legal notices. Every legal notice for forclosure has to be public printed. At lease in Illinois. I got three duplexes that way, when the owner moved out of state. I went thru the bank. Never try to do it in person as you will always remember what a jerk it takes to remove someone from their home.
  4. teran_realtor says:
    Do you just want the information, or do you want to buy a home? If you want to buy one, get a Realtor. You can’t bid on the HUD houses yourself, and if you call on the sign in the yard then you get no representation.
  5. Dean N says:
    I have gone to the county courthouse and went to the tax office and the sheriff’s office. Both had paper listings for me to look at. I had to take a pen and paper to write it all down. Also on this site about foreclosure ( I found lots of other useful and helpful info. But the courthouse is the first place to go.

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