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Answers (3)Displaying: 3 Most Recent AnswersAnswered: May 29, 2012In answer to: How do you view the foreclosed homes?You will need to contact a qualified Realtor in your area. They can provide specific information about the foreclosure process and help negotiate with the bank. Sincerely, Renee Hamilton Hoover,AL Realtor 205-504-0421Answered: Jan 15, 2012Contact a qualified mortgage lender in your area. There may be special programs that you are eligible for. Also, your credit report might be better than you think.Answered: Jan 15, 2012The best option is to contact a local mortgage lender. They can discuss any options that you might have. This foreclosure will definately make it more difficult. In most cases you will need to wait more than four years but there may be other options for you. Would you consider a lease to purchase home?
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