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How Experienced Investors Find Foreclosures
Source: D. BrownleeUnited States

How Experienced Investors Find Foreclosures

If you were to get on the Internet, you would find thousands of website advertising Foreclosure lists for sales. A novice might think that paying $100 for a list of houses currently in foreclosure is a bargain. After all, they're going to buy the house for 50% of the appraised value and turn around and sell it for 100% of that same value.

However, what if the house is not still in foreclosure?

What if the information on the list is old, or inaccurate?

Then, your $100 list is worth a lot less than $100. Worse yet, the time that you invested in trying to call or visit the homeowners on the list can never be regained. And while you were chasing dead end leads, other experienced investors were snatching up the sweet deals in your area.

Bank foreclosure lists are great tools to have if you are in the market for a new property. Many people use bank foreclosure lists as a way of finding homes in their area without having to put in too much time and effort. But even if you know that these lists offer great advantages, you still need to know where to find them. This does not have to be a difficult task, and there are three places that you can start your search today.

1. The first place that many people look for bank foreclosure lists is with the lender; this is the obvious choice, right? These lenders know what properties they own, and will be able to send you a list so that you can find everything you need. The only problem that comes up when trying to find bank foreclosure lists this way is that it can sometimes be difficult to get a hold of the right person. In other words, not everybody at the bank will have this list; you will need to find the person that does.

2. Bank foreclosure lists can also be found online for free. There are many sites that offer this service to its visitors. Even though this may sound like a great deal, you will want to be very careful before you trust them completely. A lot of these free sites do not update their information which means that you will end up chasing homes that are no longer for sale. In addition, sometimes free does not mean free. These services will try to tack on additional fees a long the way.

3. There are also online services that you can become members of for a small monthly fee. The main advantage of using these services is that you will be able to find everything that you need in one place. Paid services update their listings on a daily basis, and also include pictures when they can. Even though you will have to pay a monthly fee, it is well worth it for many people. Overall, this can be the easiest way to find bank foreclosure lists.

Trying to find foreclosed homes without bank foreclosure lists can be a difficult task. By using these, you will know longer have to search for hours or take the chance of missing out on a great property. Bank foreclosure lists are easy to find, so why not get yours today?

D. Brownlee http://www.Foreclosurefaq.info

About the Author

D. Brownlee has more than 10 years experience in the Real Estate market, including 2 as an Independent Loss Mitigation Specialist




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