Foreclosed Houses

National Overview of Foreclosed Houses

Locate a Foreclosed Property

Foreclosures Nationwide

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Before you can buy a foreclosed property, you have to know it exists. Right? Right! So the first step to buying a foreclosure is to start tracking them in your area. Remember, the key to buying foreclosure properties is to stay on top of the market and move quickly when they become available. All you need to do is sign up and enter your geographical information (the area you want to monitor for foreclosure houses).


A foreclosure is when a bank sells off property that its owner failed to make payment for. How can you invest and make lots of money in this kind of business? Very simple. Banks will usually sell off these properties for less than their market value. The reason that the banks do this is because they have no use for these properties and want to get rid of them as soon as possible.