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Those foreclosure listings you have to pay for are scams, anyway. The best way to find out is to go to the Courthouse of the County in which you live and see what is posted for foreclosure. I don't know how all States work, but in Texas the Trustee has to post notice for 30 days at the Courthouse that the property will be auctioned on the next auction date. The property auctions are typically conducted the first Tuesday of the month in Texas; perhaps it's the same in your State? You can get the address of the property from the Trustee's Notice; however, if the Notice only has a lot, block and addition description of the property, you can jot that down and your Central Appraisal District can assist you in obtaining the address of the property so you can go have a look at it. Check your local laws because unless you have the cash on hand to bid on and purchase the foreclosed property, you will usually have to have a Letter of Approval from a mortgage lender stating that you have been fully approved for a loan not to exceed "X" amount. As far FHA, FNMA, ohio and the like, contact a real estate agent that deals specifically with those properties or contact the agencies and inquire how you can obtain the information. Good luck! **For smarttrader101**: With all due respect, the Sheriff's Department is NOT responsible for foreclosures in Texas. All foreclosures in Texas are done either through the Trustee named in the Deed of Trust or an appointed Substitute Trustee. An attorney handles all paperwork and required notices to the debtor and, if the debt remains in default, the Trustee or Substitute Trustee does the actual auctioning of the property and this auctioning takes place at an appointed site on the same day of each month. Typically, it will be the first Tuesday of the month and the Notice of Trustee's Sale will state that it will be held at "x" time on, for instance, 'the south steps of the Kaufman County, Courthouse."
In the United States, the sheriff's department is responsible for foreclosures sales in each county. This list of foreclosures is 100% free and can be obtained on your county sheriff's website under property sales and/or foreclosure sales. This list can also be obtained by calling them.
Try foreclosure service company. Since they need investors to solve foreclosure problems they usually provide pretty good and concrete list for foreclosure sales.
Our company provides a 100% free list at (not just a free trial, and no credit card required). You get a list that is updated as we get new listings, but instead of giving out individual properties, we provide the links to search the bank owned property databases for multiple banks and lending institutions.
Hi Nanette, Usually you can find forclosures in the local new's papers, If your's dont' show them try to contact the county clerk for directions to the forclosures of property office is. Good luck Mez
Try in the classified ads of your local paper. they have a whole section devoted to foreclosures and the addresses and the cities they are located in......good luck.
Try going to the bank, they usually have a list there
Screw the scams...if you want to find forclosed properties on your own just contact your local area banks or your county sherrif department..they post them!