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any info would help thanks
There are many ways to find foreclosures. You can use an online real estate database (e.g. Zillow) and search by zipcode, bank and government (county) websites, real estate agents, and foreclosure listing services.
Auction.com, ListSource, PropertyRadar, county assessor are just a few of them to look into.
If you are in CA, AZ, NV, OR, or WA - PropertyRadar hands down. Their Trustee Sale Tracking is the best if you're going to go for properties at auction. I live in CA so I'm fortunate to have access to PropertyRadar. $79 for 5 states. No brainer.
I recommend Listsource. It's cheap and easy to use.
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