Real Estate Foreclosures

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Finding Foreclosed Properties on Zillow

Zillow is a huge marketplace of homes located across the US that are both currently for sale and unlisted. Zillow provides listing information on foreclosed homes in combination with a powerful geographic search engine. A great feature of the site is the “Zestimate” that provides a starting point for valuation on homes listed on the site. Zillow is a great site to search for foreclosures for both home buyers and investors. Read the article for instructions on searching the database.

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Buying a Foreclosure

Buying a home is not easy and there are many complexities involved. The housing market consists of both regular and bank owned homes. Understanding the complexities of buying a foreclosed property prior to searching for a home will eliminate much of the potential frustration. Learn more about the differences of foreclosed home purchases in this article.

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Flagstar Bank Foreclosure Listings

Flagstar Bank is a large Michigan-based bank that originates mortgage loans in their 100+ bank brances. Flagstar Bank occasionally has foreclosed properties which they list on their website. Learn about Flagstar Bank and their foreclosed properties by reading this article.

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PNC Bank Foreclosure Listings

PNC Bank is a large regional bank with presence in 19 states. PNC Bank has a large number of foreclosed properties to sell due to their large mortgage origination and servicing business. The bank has an internal department known as Realty Services that manages the sale of these properties. Lists of the PNC Bank foreclosed homes are online and can be found at several websites. Read the article for more details.

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The Bank Foreclosure Guide: Introduction

Foreclosures are prevalent in today’s real estate economy. Despite the negative sentiment surrounding the foreclosure crisis, investors and homebuyers are profiting from the new real estate foreclosure environment. Foreclosures present a great opportunity to purchase property at a discount. Our site endeavors to provide you, the foreclosed home buyer, with information you can use as a tool in your buying process.

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The Foreclosure Process

Every state has its own foreclosure process. A foreclosure is usually the result of a person’s inability to make timely payments on the mortgage he/she has taken out for a property. Because of a foreclosure, people lose their homes and eventually the bank becomes the owner of their property. Understanding the foreclosure process will allow you the ability to target your purchase strategy for bank owned homes.

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