If you are searching for a home in today’s market, you know how difficult it is to find the right property. Inventory is extraordinarily low, and there is little sign that the banks are going to release more properties to the market soon. There is still a tremendous inventory of distressed properties, and our foreclosure search too can prove it.
This tool is useful for more than just indulging idle curiosity. If you are searching for your next home, this tool can help you find properties before they hit the MLS. With our fundamental value reports, we can help you research bank-owned properties before they are released so you can be ready to pounce if it meets your needs.
Have you seen properties get listed then go pending almost immediately? You won’t miss out on a good deal on the right property if you prepare in advance. Don’t get out maneuvered by buyers who were better prepared. Use our foreclosure search tool, and start your property research today!
Foreclosure DealsGain a competitive advantage over other buyers. By locating distressed properties -- before they hit the MLS -- you can discover where tomorrow's REOs and short sales will appear. Most of these properties are not listed on the MLS, but they will be soon. Research properties in advance and get a jump on your competition. Don't miss out on another deal because you couldn't act quickly. Use this tool to your advantage!
The red properties are already bank owned. As soon as REO asset managers prepare them for sale, they will be on the MLS. Get ready!
The green and blue properties have owners who are not paying their mortgages. They may be offered as short sales, or they may go through foreclosure and become REO. Either way, they will also likely be available on the MLS soon. Find your next home!
Be prepared to offer on these properties by researching them in advance or risk losing out to buyers who are have done their homework. Start your research today!
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