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The best way to learn about foeclosures is to call or email a real estate broker. :)
I highly recommend legal/or agent representation. A home is a huge purchase, and real estate agents, inspectors, and appraisers are there for your protection and assistance. At a minimum, to start with, you can try to get a free consultation from a real estate attorney.
"Foreclosures" is an umbrella description so it really depends on your circumstances. There are bank-owned foreclosures, or "REO"; HUD government-owned foreclosures; and, VA-owned foreclosures that a buyer would likely go through a mortgage broker or bank to qualify for. Then, there are the foreclosures that are active with the counties and require a cashier's check for the full amount with bid, so it's not really something that a buyer can buy with new a mortgage. A real estate broker can really help you to determine the best options to meet your needs.
Hello, are you looking for a residential or commercial site? Do you want to rent or purchase? What area?
If you are renting this is a question that the Housing Authority can probably answer best for you.
Hi Jesse, Is your home listed with an agent? Is it still active or is it under contract? If it's a brand new listing it could take 48 hours to show up on sites not owned by the MLS (Metrolist). Try R e c o lorado? If it's under contract it won't show up in searches. Sites like this one may not have an agreement with Metrolist. Zillow was trying to renegotiate last I heard. All of those sites are fed by the MLS or the agent.
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