▣ Finding Foreclosures Online
Find your future “location, location, location” on the World Wide Web. Using the Internet can help you forego lots of headaches and hassles. County recorders post the latest notices of default online. Foreclosure listing sites showcase properties that are about to be auctioned off or peddled at a trustee sale.
Some services offer access to foreclosure listings for a monthly membership fee. Many of these Internet listing services offer free trial periods so you can check them out before you part with your money. With these listings services, you can research the foreclosure market in your area with minimal effort.
Scouring these available foreclosure property lists will help build your consumer confidence. Most of these sites don’t include photos, so you’ll still need to visit the properties that interest you in the flesh. You can also find foreclosures listed with regular on-sale homes on Multiple Listing Service (MLS) websites.