Keeping An Eye out for REO Homes
REO homes, also known as bank foreclosures, are real estate properties that are owned by a bank. This usually happens after borrowers default on home mortgage loans, causing lenders to buy back the properties at auctions. Purchasing REO homes is a great way to get a bargain on a new home or rental property, and finding them is easy with RealtyTrac, the premier online foreclosure resource.
RealtyTrac gives members the listings, tools, and resources necessary to find and buy REO homes, whether you are new to buying real estate or a seasoned commercial property investor. A RealtyTrac membership also consists of live customer support, educational materials, access to your credit information, and much more.
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Who benefits from our online foreclosure data?
New homebuyers, as well as experienced real estate investors and seasoned real estate agents agree that RealtyTrac consistently provides the most current, comprehensive foreclosures information. So whether you are a first-time home buyer or an accomplished real estate investor, RealtyTrac gives you everything you need to find and buy foreclosure homes.
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What differentiates us from our competitors?
RealtyTrac aggregates data on a national basis from a variety of local, regional and national sources, and updates the data daily. RealtyTrac uses proprietary applications that cleanse, "normalize", enhance and then present the data in a consistent, easy-to-use format. Our trusted foreclosure database powers the top internet portals real estate sections including Yahoo!, AOL, MSN, HomeGain, AT&T, Forbes, Fox News and many more well respected websites.
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Visit our Foreclosure Center to read more detailed information about foreclosures.