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WHat is the best website to search Foreclosure Properties? What is the best way to buy?

I’m looking to buy a Foreclosure Property in Florida or DC and need a good web site to help me search and purchase.


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4 Responses to "WHat is the best website to search Foreclosure Properties? What is the best way to buy?"

  1. Biggie @ Arbor Mortgage says:
    You are really best to contact a realtor for this. All of the websites you go on you have to pay for & be pre approved by a lender. If you get a realtor involved for each of the cities, they can email you the homes.
  2. Christin K says:
    Check the County Auditor’s listings in your state’s county. They should have a list of properties that are in foreclosure and coming up for sheriff’s sale.

  3. ranger_co_1_75 says:
    Financial institutions with foreclosures list them with local realtors to sell. They are then advertised along with non foreclosed property.

    You will need to contact a realtor in the areas you are interested in, and tell the realtor what you are looking for. The realtor will peruse the Multiple Listings and give you a list of prospects to contact.

    The web sites like just provide a list of properties that have had delinquency notices filed on them. They charge you a fee to send you the list. You still have to go through the banks realtor to make a bid or purchase. Save your money and go directly to the realtor.

  4. Robert W says:
    just because its branded a foreclosure does not mean its a good buy. Many fsbos are better buys for the money

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