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So the property that you were interested in during the foreclosure process didn't sell because the opening bid was too high. Now what? These properties that didn't sell at the auction now have to be sold by the bank on the open real estate market. Usually this is done by bank owned foreclosure listings provided by the bank, or as REO (real estate bank owned) properties that are listed by a real estate agent that was chosen by the bank. A unique advantage of these properties is that you can usually view them before you make an offer. We have the inside edge on finding these lists and the REO agents. To find the best deals with bank owned foreclosure listings enter your zip code now!


  
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We give you the tools to search bank owned foreclosures, and through the three varieties of foreclosures. Search the Free foreclosures list for the simplest way to find great deals, but you can also buy real estate in foreclosure before it is taken to auction (Pre-Foreclosure) or get the inside connection to bank owned property (REO)!

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Our auction lists are available in almost every city and include specific info on foreclosure auction times and schedules, property information and opening bid.

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Free listing of government foreclosures and HUD foreclosure lists. A property acquired by HUD as a result of a foreclosure action on an FHA-insured mortgage is known as a HUD foreclosure.

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Purchasing a foreclosure property can be sometimes confusing, that's why we make it straightforward and simple!

We enable you to search foreclosures by zip code to find the properties which are going to auction in . We also provide free HUD foreclosure listings and bank owned foreclosure listings so you don't have to find deals only at the auction.

We work also with real estate agents who are experts in foreclosures throughout and can help you find the right house for either your personal use or as an investment. We work hard to find the best deals on bank owned foreclosure listings. There are three types of situations that make up the foreclosure process. Click on any link below to learn more:

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November 8th, 2010

By Jim Evans What are the most important factors when it comes to buying foreclosures? Most investors would agree that the cost of the property would be one of the first criteria that decides on paper if the property is worth buying. Here are several other important factors to consider before you decide which property to bid on.

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October 23th, 2010

By Brian Scott If property reverts back to the financial institution, what is the reason to consider buying one of these properties? Does this mean that nobody wanted to pay the opening bid on the property because the house is over-valued? In short, yes, but the full answer is where you can make your profit. First off, banks are in the money business, not the real estate business, so when it comes to foreclosure pricing at auctions or at short sales they are behind the curve on what the market value of the opening bid needs to be.

As more and more properties revert back to the banks though, they are slowly starting to catch on. After the banks get these properties back they realize that the reason why these properties didn't sell is that they are A) overpriced for the current market, and B) need work done to sell at market price.

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