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Where can I find a listing of pre foreclosure homes? I want to be able to take over the payments for someone.?

I want to take over the payments for someone before their credit is runied. I am looking for something in Austin Texas Travis County. So any help from all the real estate moguals out there?

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7 Responses to "Where can I find a listing of pre foreclosure homes? I want to be able to take over the payments for someone.?"

  1. bostonianinmo says:
    Unless the owner advertises the fact that they are in “pre forclosure” status there’s no way to know. That’s not public information until the formal foreclosure process is started.
  2. Box815 says:
    You’re not going to be able to assume the mortgage. You’ll have to buy the house from them outright.
  3. Ken T says:
    There are many resources for finding already foreclosed homes online and else where, however the only way to obtain information about Pre-Foreclosure is from the actual institution holding the mortgage (bank, mortgage company). The reason for this is because a foreclosure is an actual legal event that is public knowledge, where as a pre-foreclosure is still a personal issue between the lender / lendee. You have to tread lightly on this – not all lenders are willing to freely give out such personal information. Likewise, not all individuals in financial peril will be receptive to your offer to “help” them. Your best course of action is to get friendly with your banks lending manager, explain to him/her that you are a real estate investor and are looking for individuals that are in pre-foreclosure, that would be receptive to your assistance. Since they have most likely been in discussions with the individuals, they would know the ones that will be receptive to your contacting them (or may even solicit for you). Remember – even if the house is in pre-foreclosure, it still may not be a suitable deal for you.
  4. CardWarrior says:
    Preforeclosure information is usually based with the lender and does not become public information until formal foreclosure proceedings have been initiated. If you know the owner, as it seems you do, I would recommend that both of you approach the lender and work something out. The lender does not want to go into foreclosure proceedings as it is time and costly to their bottom line.

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  5. MarJohn says:
    This info is actually public info, that you dont have to pay for. You can go the county court house, and research this info…for free. Go to the records dept, and they will tell you where to go, what books/feeds to look into. They may make you pay for the copies, .10cts!

    If not, try http://www.realtytrac.com

  6. godged says:
    This is working on the assumption that the mortgage will be assumable, and that is a rarity. In most cases, you are going to have to purchase the home outright and obtain your own financing.

    Run an ad in your area stating that you are willing to look at houses in pre-foreclosure. I’m sure your phone will ring.

  7. Landlord says:
    You can’t just take over someone elses loan, assumable loans are very rare, and the ones that are out there are at least 15-20 years old. Those are not the people in foreclosure.

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