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By : Jacquelyn Marks    99 or more times read
Imagine one has the money and the desire to buy a property. So, what happens then? Thousands of homebuyers, like you, are stuck in the middle of the same dilemma. They are itching to get their hands on real estate properties but do not have a clue on where and how to start.

This is where it all becomes complicated and more often than not, a source of regret if not done the right way. Real estate properties are definitely sound investments. However, impulsive buying results to an 80 percent chance that is not worth every penny.

Weigh the pros and cons of buying houses on preforeclosure listings. With the windfall of houses in the market, home values become better than just reasonable. One can open themselves to many purchase options and guarantee that the investment will not go down the drain.


Where to Find the Best Deals

It is all a matter of knowing where to look. Buying and selling properties come and go through the same channels. It is for this reason that the best chance of finding the property of choice is in financial agencies like banks and government-owned institutions.

  1. Get Online

    Banks, especially, are more “virtually” vocal about foreclosed properties on their list. Moreover, with different branches nationwide, the list will most likely include prime properties in other states or cities that have higher rates of livability.

    Online lists of banks on foreclosed properties will show basic information on the property: where it is located and how much the average market price is. From here, one can gauge the spending limit and cost of the properties.

    Companies managed by the Federal Housing Finance Agency also have websites that show lists of foreclosed properties acquired through mortgage lenders. If you do not find what you want on the lists, try the Department of Housing and Urban Development for government foreclosures.


  2. Search local neighborhood listings

    Pay a visit to the local county’s office. Information on any foreclosed property or homes on the short sale listings are generally filed here. Although some post these lists on their website, not all information or properties can be found online.


  3. Foreclosure-listing Service Subscription

    It may be cutting a bit more from the property-hunting budget but paying for the services of getting foreclosure lists straight to the inbox is worth it. If a serious real estate property buyer, this can make the hunt much easier.

    For an average fee of $50, agencies engaged in this line of business can provide a more detailed and comprehensive information on any property. Agencies that cover a wider area can give more variety in terms of value and location.


When it comes to spending money, do it wisely the first time. Otherwise, it may take a while before getting one’s hands on that amount of money in the future. One may have to go through the search process again and that would mean elbowing through thousands of property buyers in the market.
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