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Finding a reputable list of foreclosed homes online has never been easier. If you are hoping to purchase an inexpensive home, a foreclosed property may be the answer. Each year, millions of homeowners fall on hard times, which make them unable to maintain regular monthly mortgage payments.

Once a homeowner defaults on their mortgage, the bank will foreclose the property and resell it at wholesale cost. If purchasing a foreclosed home, you can save tens of thousands of dollars. Here are three places to find foreclose listings online.

Check Inbox for Foreclosed Listing

If you have an email address, you are likely bombarded with junk mail on a daily basis. While you may not be interested in sweepstake or mortgage offers, you may benefit from opening junk email pertaining to foreclosed homes.

Various websites offer helpful information pertaining to bargain, discounted, or foreclosed properties. In addition to providing a listing of homes in your area, these resources will also advertise inexpensive programs or training materials to guide you through the buying process.

Subscribe to an Online Foreclosure Listing Service

If browsing the internet, you will come across many services that provide online foreclose listings. Real estate investors and individuals interested in purchasing a foreclosed home should consult these listings. Unfortunately, this information is not free.

To access a list, you will have to subscribe to the service. Membership fees vary. On average, fees range from $10 to $30 a month. Some people may consider a monthly fee to be a drawback. However, if you are able to save 20% or more on a new home, it's definitely worth the money. In some cases, you may be given the opportunity to preview the service before joining. Trial memberships are usually offered for 7 days.

Foreclosed Homes on Realtor Listings

If you prefer a free listing of foreclosed homes, consider browsing individual realtor websites. In some instances, a realtor will list a bank-owned property on their website. However, because this information is easily available to the public, these listings do not last long. Thus, you must regularly browse realtor listings and make immediate contact if you locate a suitable foreclosed property.

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