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We are one of the premier online home foreclosures information websites; we have thousands of listings of foreclosed homes for sale. ForeclosureWarehouse.com also has commercial foreclosures listings, which makes it a convenient marketplace for homeowners and real estate investors. Purchase your dream home or start your new investment through searching for foreclosures by state.
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Home Foreclosures - Great Deals at Low Prices
Over the past few years the United States has experienced record foreclosure filings as millions of Americans have fallen into default and can no longer afford to pay their mortgages. The one bright spot in this otherwise dreary story is that many folks who previously could not afford a new home are finally able to because of foreclosure listings.
What is a Home Foreclosure Listing?
Home foreclosure listings are nothing more than guides to foreclosed homes that are being offered at public auctions through banks and other lenders. The great thing about public auctions is that these homes are typically sold at below market value prices because lenders are desperate to sell them and recoup some of their lost money. As you might expect, with housing foreclosures still near record highs, these kinds of auctions are fairly common. The simple truth is that most large banks have a surfeit of foreclosure homes that they simply must get rid of.
Though most people don’t like to profit off of the misfortune of others, the deals and advantages of purchasing a home at an auction are simply too good for most buyers to pass up. After all, the goal of most banks or mortgage lenders at these auctions is simply to recoup the amount they lost on the original loan. That means they are often willing to sell these homes at well below market value. They also want to sell them quickly to wipe the debt off their books. It is no surprise then that homebuyers and investors who attend foreclosure auctions typically find that they can save up to sixty percent on a foreclosed home at an auction!
How to Find Home Foreclosure Listings?
If you are thinking about buying a foreclosed home, the first thing you should do is find a helpful foreclosure list. Lists are available on many websites. These sites provide users and members with information that has been collected from banks and other lending institutions all over the country. The great thing about resources like these is that they allow you to search for homes outside of your area. So, if you live in New York and you want to purchase a vacation home in Florida, you can find all the foreclosure listings in the particular area you want to purchase a home in. Most of these sites are extremely easy to use as they offer members access to comprehensive databases that can be searched at any time.