finding foreclosures

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      go to https://www.hud.gov/and this will be the freelink to get to your own state foreclosure listing. I think to be able to bid on a house that is set for foreclosure, you will have to have a realestate agent. we just bought a house that was foreclosed and used a buyer’s agent (which the payment comes from the seller’s commision (which is the bank)). You can get a great home for a great price, but make sure you have an agent and lender you trust and there are a lot of twists and turns to be careful for.

      MonI have no idea of how to find the free lists of foreclosures. I was
      answering on how the banks could sell the houses for such a low price.
      Ann in Arkansas

      At 06:29 PM 8/17/2008, you wrote:
      >So, how do we find the FREE lists of foreclosures?
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      >From: Ann Garner
      >Sent: Sunday, August 17, 2008 12:11 PM
      >Subject: finding foreclosures
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      > > The reason they can go so low is that they are being put on the
      > > market to try to get what is left of the mortgage. In other words,
      > > the bank just wants what is still owed on the house.
      > > Ann in Arkansas


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