Foreclosures in your area

March 13, 2013
I agree, the consumer is at fault for falling prey to the scams that were out there to refinance their home to continue feeding their need for immediate gratification. Veronica 0 Reply

HotJobsOahu.Com March 20, 2013 come invest in Hawaii. Wanna live and work in paradise ? Hawaii is waiting for you ! 0 Reply

March 20, 2013
Whoa - I thought we were in the middle of a housing recovery? I just hope that anyone who walked away from their home and defaulted on their mortgage stays a renter for the rest of their life because no bank in their right mind should lend them money ever again. . 0 Reply

March 19, 2013
Come invest in Hawaii. Lost of foreclosed homes here. Your next home could be right on the beach here in sunny Hawaii. No more winter , snow etc... 0 Reply

March 19, 2013
Where to take advantage of the banks malfeasance should be the title of this article 0 Reply

March 19, 2013
I think it`s great that their are some home bargains out there, but let`s also remember that for whatever reason, someone lost their HOME in the process. I think a little compassion is in order. The banks and the consumer are both to blame. 0 Reply

Your Internet News Decoder1
March 20, 2013
Youngstown... damn, don`t buy a place there.. trust me. It`s bad. 0 Reply

March 20, 2013
You go ahead and buy that house in Cleveland, or Youngstown, but don`t expect to ever find a job, they are gone forever ! 0 Reply

March 20, 2013
I can beleive Vallejo. But be weary of living there, They have about 9 police, about 6 huge section 8 towers, hookers and gangs and homeless o my... There are some nice victorian houses, alot of crime though.... 0 Reply

March 20, 2013
As far as California goes, Santa Barbara is the only nice place on the list. The others always have been high-crime, low life quality locations. The only people that would buy there would be immigrants. Chinese immigrants and others are buying these homes up, homing it will be better than their native country. They get "investment visas" and they`re in. This is what is being called a housing recovery. 0 Reply

March 20, 2013
Forget about investing in Florida. No jobs, high insurance rates. Sure there are no state taxes, but property taxes have jumped, plus residents have to pay all those pensions of civil servants. Dade, Broward and Palm Beach County is all trashed now. Orlando is also a whacked area of nut jobs. Very transit with people coming and going. Corruption in local politics is rampant through out Florida. If you think the weather is great, stay there from May until end of October. Cannot live without A/C during that time. So skip Florida. 0 Reply

March 20, 2013
Just remember that in a foreclosure there is limited disclosure. The bank can say they didnt know there was anything wrong and you cant prove otherwise. 0 Reply

MsBareBottom adamrussell1
March 20, 2013
foreclosure homes are sold As Is 0 Reply

adamrussell MsBareBottom1
March 20, 2013
Thats a different issue. Just because a house is sold "as is" that does not relieve the seller of the requirement to disclose ALL problems he has knowledge of. Thats the law in most if not all states. You have the right to know what you are buying before you buy it. But in a foreclosure that law is greatly weakened. 0 Reply

basedonfact adamrussell1
March 19, 2013
That is why you get a home inspector to do his/her thing before you buy it 0 Reply

March 20, 2013
Just check for nearby sinkholes in Florida. . . 0 Reply

March 20, 2013
Assuming it`s not a run-down drug shack; You are competing with BIG flipping companies, ready, willing and able to buy for cash, here and now. In my area, over 70% of homes sold to them. 0 Reply

A B1
March 20, 2013
i looked at some of the foreclosures in my area. most of them should have been taken down anyway. cement in the basements was more like dust powder. severely overgrown trees. most of them were pretty bad. not something that should be flipped. more like something that should be removed and start over. or just plant an orchard there or something. 0 Reply

cogsboy A B1
March 20, 2013
Investors have contractors lined up to flip these houses. Unless a homebuyer is handy around the house and is willing to make necessary improvements to the house right away and over time while living in it, then foreclosed homes are not worth the effort. 0 Reply

March 20, 2013
You can buy houses in Detroit for a $1 lol 0 Reply

Perv Lil cm60961
March 20, 2013
with an 80K tax lien attached. 6 Reply

BravoEcho240 Perv Lil1
March 20, 2013
Ouch! 3 Reply

Jim Brown cm60961
March 20, 2013
I thought Eminem & his homies burnt all those cribs down?

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