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Reviews of the Top 10 Foreclosure Listings Websites

Welcome to our reviews of the Best Foreclosure Listings Websites of 2016. Check out our top 10 list below and follow our links to read our full in-depth review of each foreclosure listings website, alongside which you'll find costs and features lists, user reviews and videos to help you make the right choice.


Editor's Top 10 Buying Guide
 
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Realty Trac not only provides huge and comprehensive listings for foreclosure properties, it also allows members to access an array of useful information. Whether you need to know about how to get a mortgage, which estate agents to trust or where your money would be best invested, this site has it all covered. Part of the reason RealtyTrac.com is successful is that its data is regularly maintained. This means...

» Read the Full Review of RealtyTrac.com

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Whether you’re hoping to buy or sell a property, if you want a website that focuses on foreclosures based on a user’s personal preferences, Zip Realty could be for you. It offers a quick, adaptable and user-friendly interface, as well as a wealth of additional information for helping you to locate the perfect building or buyer.  One of the standout features of this site is its easy-use search feature....

» Read the Full Review of ZipRealty.com

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Foreclosure.com offers a comprehensive database of buildings for sale around the USA. You can search for properties based on their location or price, and find out a lot about each property. You can even arrange a viewing or make an offer on a building with just a few clicks. Whilst this website might not have any particularly unique selling points beyond its competitors, it performs well in a lot...

» Read the Full Review of Foreclosure.com

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With more than 24 million property records, PropertyRadar has a huge number of buildings to invest in. What’s more, it offers some of the best foreclosure and market tracking tools around, allowing you to make informed decisions on property deals.  The real standout features of Property Radar’s foreclosures section are its tracking and monitoring tools. Using highly detailed maps, regularly updated data, millions of property records and analysis tools,...

» Read the Full Review of PropertyRadar.com

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Foreclosures.com provides its members with plenty of useful information for buying, or investing in, foreclosure properties across the US. It lists more than 10 million properties, including auctions, pre-Foreclosures and potential group investments. Perhaps the most unique features available to members are the training options. The site’s co-founder and REO expert, Alexis McGee, has plenty of experience in foreclosure properties. She’s even written books on the topic! You can...

» Read the Full Review of Foreclosures.com

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Realtor has two primary goals: helping people to buy or sell properties, and connecting them with professional agents.  There are actually two distinct sites to choose from. The standard Realtor.com is mainly focused on the US market, whilst Realtor.com/international offers similar services for homes across the globe, covering over 33 countries. The international site is also available in 11 languages, which makes it a great place to seek out...

» Read the Full Review of Realtor.com

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RealtyStore has worked hard on keeping up to date records of properties for sale across the US. It offers a more in depth search function than many foreclosure sites, allowing you to find properties more easily. Whilst it isn’t particularly cheap for a monthly contract, you can use the full set of features for the first month for just $1. RealtyStore.com’s $1 trial lasts a month, which is very...

» Read the Full Review of RealtyStore.com

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If you’re looking for a property bargain and enjoy the energy of a live auction, Auction.com is the website for you. Here, you can explore a range of different properties throughout the US, placing inquiries and bids on those which excite you most. The site also offers a range of training services, plus a lot of general advice on property auctions and foreclosure law.  Our first impressions of Auction.com...

» Read the Full Review of Auction.com

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As well as foreclosure sales, Zillow.com offers rentals, mortgage advice, agents and home design options. Whilst its search feature is a little flawed, additional features help you to find similar properties in an area.  Let’s talk about two of the stand out features of Zillow. The site offers recommendations based on the homes you have been looking at, which is really handy if you like the look of a...

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With over a million foreclosure properties available across the US, HUD Foreclosed offers plenty of variety for the home-seeker. It also offers a range of useful information for helping you to work out how and when to buy. Whilst it’s not as developed as some of our top rated foreclosure websites, it still offers a sound service, with discounts for longer membership contracts. A million properties might sound a...

» Read the Full Review of HUDForeclosed.com

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Latest User Reviews

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Listings Limited to Select States
User Review of Zip Realty by Irishred on 17 May 2013

NOTE: Zip Realty does not include listings from All States - just a specific few. As example, I want to search New Hampshire .... they don't cover it. May be a great resource but, its not for everyone. I've recommended... (Read the full review)



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SCAM!
User Review of Realty Store by Sarahev on 01 April 2013

It's never a good sign about your business if you are tricking people into unknowingly paying ($50/month?!) for your service. RealtyStore is a big scam. You can get the same services for free on other sites, or at least at... (Read the full review)



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dont be reality store victim
User Review of Realty Store by sam k on 27 February 2013

This is fraudulent. They charge 50 $ every month without your knowledge. They don't send any bill /email about the charges. They have to be sued in court. So that no body ever dare to do this same Stay away... (Read the full review)



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Bad Support, and kept charging my account after cancellation
User Review of Bank Foreclosures Sale by BB on 01 February 2013

Last February when I was looking for a home I signed up for several of these sites - bankforeclosuressale.com being one of them. Paid the $5 or $10 for the trial and cancelled most when I determined they weren't what... (Read the full review)



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Foreclosure.com Experience
User Review of Foreclosure by Jared Cohen on 22 September 2011

I used Foreclosure.com to find my new home. I found this site really useful because of all the information they provided. I am not the most internet-savvy person, and the website was easy for me to understand. I noticed they... (Read the full review)



 



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