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Foreclosure Homes - Make Them Work for You

Foreclosures are properties that the bank owns because the original owner defaulted on his or her mortgage. Foreclosures are owned solely by the lender, and they sell them to the public, usually at a discount. Foreclosures are often times sold back to the public at real estate auctions. During these auctions, it is not uncommon to find foreclosures for up to 30% off; but not all foreclosures go to auction.

Finding Foreclosures

Finding foreclosures does not have to be difficult. Many people do not get into this business because they think it is hard to find foreclosures; but it is actually the exact opposite. You can find foreclosures by searching your local newspaper, or you can also call the bank directly in order to get a list of foreclosures. Both of these avenues can help you find the foreclosures that you are looking for, but they are too time consuming and can get costly since most sources will charge you for their listings.

Savvy investors become members of companies that offer online databases full of foreclosures. has a large database of foreclosures for members to search through. Everyday, the database is updated so that members get only the latest information on foreclosure homes, foreclosed properties, HUD homes, VA homes and pre-foreclosures. They also have a 24/7 customer support team that can help you out with any questions that you may have. A seven day trial membership is available for anybody that is interested in finding foreclosures.

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