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Homes that are in foreclosure are scheduled to be sold at a public auction. If you are searching for a free foreclosures list, we provide them by your zip code to make it simple for you to search multiple properties easily in advance and be prepared to comp the properties and bid on the ones that you think have the most equity. Our free foreclosures list information is updated daily so you know of any changes in the status of properties that you might be interested in. Enter your zip code to find great deals on foreclosures near you.


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

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November 8th, 2010

By Jim Evans Which are the most important factors when it comes to purchasing foreclosures? Most investors would agree that the price of the property would be the essential factor that decides on paper if the property is worth buying. Before you consider which property to bid on, here are several other important factors.

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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? Doesn't this just mean that nobody wants to pay the opening bid on the property because the house is over-valued? In short, yes, but the detailed answer is where you can make your profit. Firstly, banks are in the business of money, not the business of real estate, so when it comes to pricing houses to sell at foreclosure or at short sales they are a ways behind the curve on what the current market value of the opening bid needs to be.

As more and more properties revert back to the banks however, they are beginning 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 current market price.

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