reo website (by bob [NY]) Dec 5, 2017 6:39 PM|
reo website (by plenty [MO]) Dec 5, 2017 7:03 PM
reo website (by Deanna [TX]) Dec 5, 2017 7:24 PM
reo website (by John... [MI]) Dec 5, 2017 7:25 PM
reo website (by BRAD 20,000 [IN]) Dec 5, 2017 11:31 PM
reo website (by BRAD 20,000 [IN]) Dec 5, 2017 11:32 PM
reo website (by myob [GA]) Dec 6, 2017 4:40 AM
reo website (by Coplin [CA]) Dec 6, 2017 8:33 AM
reo website (by Julie [KS]) Dec 6, 2017 9:29 AM
reo website (by plenty [MO]) Dec 6, 2017 12:14 PM
reo website (by NC INVESTOR [NC]) Dec 7, 2017 11:12 AM
reo website (by bob [NY]) Posted on: Dec 5, 2017 6:39 PM
I have been trying to find info on a property on my street that is listed as "reo bank owned" I am looking for a website that lists the details of the bank and possible auction schedule.
All the internet website so far are pay $1 for a month then auto pay $49 / month after. I am not giving my credit card to these services as I know it will be like pulling teeth to remove after the trial . Any tips ? Thanks --98.118.xxx.xx
reo website (by plenty [MO]) Posted on: Dec 5, 2017 7:03 PM
Is your counties real estate available to view on line? If so look up the address and read who is the owner. Should tell you.
Don't pay. Agree. No credit card info given. --66.87.xx.xx
reo website (by Deanna [TX]) Posted on: Dec 5, 2017 7:24 PM
The appraisal district should have the name of the bank in their database. You should be able to call them up and ask for information about the address.
Once, I saw a bank-owned property on a street in my town. It had a sign on the front door reading FOR SALE SUCH-AND-SUCH BANK JOE BLO ###-###-####. So I called the number on the sign and said, "Hi, I'd like to talk to Joe Blo about the bank foreclosure house at [address] that y'all own and are trying to sell." And the answer comes back, "I'm sorry, Joe Blo doesn't work here anymore, and we don't have any foreclosures in your town." "But there's a sign on the door of [address] that says it's yours, and the Appraisal District says its yours, and it's a foreclosure. Is there someone there who deals with foreclosures?" "I'm familiar with our foreclosures, and we don't have any in your town."
I tried calling them once more, but still couldn't get them to acknowledge that perhaps they might have had a property slip through the cracks. Eventually it went to someone else. Was always kind of sad I didn't at least have a shot at it... oh, well. --96.46.xxx.xx
reo website (by John... [MI]) Posted on: Dec 5, 2017 7:25 PM
If it is already bank owned, then it normally just gets listed in MLS. Unless it is government owned -- then it will be on HomeSteps.com.
Like Plenty said, I would check local records to see who owns it -- and then go from there.
reo website (by BRAD 20,000 [IN]) Posted on: Dec 5, 2017 11:31 PM
Owner's name is on the public tax records. In my state it's at the RECORDER's office. Call them and be nicey nice to the ladies and they will help. Some requires you to visit in person, MANY are online for free.
If it's listed with a realtor the bank will not talk to you.
reo website (by BRAD 20,000 [IN]) Posted on: Dec 5, 2017 11:32 PM
PS You cannot steal in slow motion. Make an offer NOW. If it's a deal it will be gone before you can pick up the phone.
reo website (by myob [GA]) Posted on: Dec 6, 2017 4:40 AM
Go to the county record room. find the mortage papers filed on the proeperty it will list the lender. Call that lenders REO department. --99.103.xxx.xxx
reo website (by Coplin [CA]) Posted on: Dec 6, 2017 8:33 AM
If its been foreclosed upon, at least in Ca., based on the address there is 1) a public recorded notice of default and 2) a notice of trustee sale. Both list the organization/person doing the process and their contact information. --47.157.xxx.xxx
reo website (by Julie [KS]) Posted on: Dec 6, 2017 9:29 AM
My first steps are always Homesteps, Homepath or Hudhomestore. That, for the most part, covers the majority of the government entities.
My next step is to hit Google with a public parcel search for the county that will take me to the treasurer's site. See if the deed has changed.
If it's already listed on MLS the banks generally won't talk to you.
I've got a local property that's been listed going on 90 days. Sheriff sale was scheduled at least twice this summer & both were cancelled the morning of (not unusual). Deed has yet to change (not unusual) but I've offered twice & been told twice that they don't have to go that low. They're looking for a 1st time buyer. And this is a peach of an investor property. 1st timers ain't gonna be interested with the amount of money it's gonna take to get this house back in shape. Makes me wonder if they're trying to short sell and if it has actually been foreclosed on. But I got nothing but time...... --63.245.xxx.xxx
reo website (by plenty [MO]) Posted on: Dec 6, 2017 12:14 PM
Click around until u find their properties for sale. I have bought two from them... Easy. --66.87.xx.xx
reo website (by NC INVESTOR [NC]) Posted on: Dec 7, 2017 11:12 AM
I would start with Zillow under sales. Occasionally they will show who the bank is. As for calling, banks rarely ever take calls on those properties.
They usually have law firms that handle that before the foreclosure proceedings before the auction and then hand it over to a RE firm after the auction if there weren't any bidders that met their minimum.
Also, all REO auctions must be posted publically which generally means the local business publication or if there isn't one it will be in the local newspapers public notice section. In ours it must be posted a minimum of 30 days prior to the sale date but again that is generally a local requirement. --71.75.xx.xx