How To Find Foreclosed Property by real estate expert Craig Summers
Are you interested in purchasing some foreclosed property? Do you know where to even find any property that has been foreclosed on? We will discuss three ways that you can find this type of property.
Technique #1 Go to the county clerks office in
Any property that is foreclosed on in has to be posted at the county clerks office. You can go there and read the listings. If you call that office, they will let you know when it will be posted and how often and when the postings will be updated.
Technique #2 Read the local newspaper
Usually one or two days a week, the local newspaper in will list these foreclosures in a certain part of the paper. A lot of times these notices are listed at the beginning of the classified ad section or in the public notice section. If you are not sure what day that you will find this information, all you have to do is to give your local newspaper a call and they will let you know.
Technique #3 Your Local Real Estate Agent Craig Summers
Another great resource for you is to talk to your local real estate expert, Craig Summers. A lot of agents will get a listing of foreclosures. If you have any questions about these listings or questions about where else you can find these listings, feel free to contact your real estate expert Craig Summers.
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