Looking to save money on your next home? Buying a house and saving money has never been easier. USHUD’s top rated real estate app is updated daily with millions of luxury, residential, foreclosure, and HUD homes.
USHUD.com is a totally FREE list of foreclosures. We list properties owned by the government and all major banks. We give Realtors & Lenders an exclusive opportunity to help homebuyers purchase homes in their local area. Based upon the popular website ushud.com the app is very effective when finding affordable foreclosures for sale. This app is perfect for looking for HUD houses for sale or foreclosure lists. Feel free to reach out to our local professionals for tips on buying a house in foreclosure and the best practices.
If you are looking to find a homes that sell under its estimated value make sure to filter out conventional homes and only search foreclosure homes. The filtering system not only allows you to search by foreclosure or conventional property. There are also filters for price range as well as the amount of beds and baths you want in your future house.
Our new push notifications feature allows you to be notified any new conventional or foreclosure property by email in real time. This feature is at the bottom of any property page of the are you would like to be notified.
USHUD.com is a private company not affiliated, endorsed, authorized, or licensed by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development.
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4.5 out of 5
Interface could be better
Useful information, bit outdated app.
Unsolicited phone calls!!
I wish I read the reviews before downloading. I stupidly put in my information because I was unable to do a search without doing so. Minutes later, I started getting unsolicited phone calls from realtors. To make it worse — I STILL haven’t been able to properly use the app because the pop-up to enter info won’t go away. Furthermore, there is NO warning or indication that entering info would mean they would SELL your info to solicitors. Very, very disappointed and annoyed with this app. Deleted within hours.
I tried doing a search and I sat with it loading for hours yes I sat that long before I said screw it then I tried entering other info email and phone like other reviewers said they needed to do nada still loading I tried a number of odd and end locations even where are my crickets to express the waiting for any results .... time to find a different place to hunt as this app is a waste in my world of being pointless
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How to Find Foreclosures on Zillow
Where can I find pre-foreclosures?
To find possible pre-foreclosures in your area, enter your search area on Zillow, then click “Listing Type” and choose “Pre-Foreclosure” under the “Potential Listings” heading. Pre-foreclosure information is free after you register with a free account.
Be aware that a home listed under the pre-foreclosure category is a home that is not necessarily for sale. But, since the homeowner is in default on his loan, he may welcome an opportunity to find a qualified buyer who can help him avoid possible foreclosure. Also, the home could be scheduled for foreclosure auction under this category.
Where can I find listings for foreclosure auctions?
We offer listings for each stage of foreclosure: pre-foreclosure, foreclosure auctions and bank-owned listings. To find listings for foreclosure auctions, enter your search area on Zillow, then click “Listing Type” and choose “Pre-Foreclosure” under the “Potential Listings” heading. Any applicable listings for foreclosure auctions will come up in the search results. Pre-foreclosure information is free after you register with a free account.
Where can I find listings for bank-owned properties (REOs)?
There are several ways to find bank-owned properties:
- MLS: Most lenders list their REO properties on the Multiple Listing Service (MLS), so any agent can help you identify REO offerings in your area.
- Bank websites: Some banks have an entire department set up to sell REOs, and sections of their websites are dedicated to their listings.
- Online specialists: Zillow has foreclosure listings for free. You can find foreclosure properties by using search filters on Zillow’s search and maps page. To find listings for bank-owned properties, enter your search area on Zillow, then click “Listing Type” and choose “Foreclosures” under the “For Sale” heading. Full foreclosure listing information is free after you register with a free account.
How can I be the first to know when a property is listed?
Zillow offers a Property Alert email which will notify you when a property’s status changes (i.e., goes into pre-foreclosure, is scheduled to go to foreclosure auction or is foreclosed). By getting a Property Alert email about a home, you will know very early in the process about a home that you are interested in. To create a Property Alert, go to any home details page, click “More” and select “Get updates on this home.”
The Best Apps for Real Estate Foreclosures
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With the current state of the economy, it’s not big secret many properties are going into foreclosure. While for many this is a devastating thing, for others its a business opportunity to purchase real estate at a cheaper cost. If you’re a go-getter and looking to buy a first home at a steal, there are also some great apps that you can use to help you start the process.
Foreclosure Search by USHUD.com @ iTunes
If you search for the term “foreclosure” in the Apple App store the first app that’s going to come up is Foreclosure Search By USHUD.com. This available app lists out all the current properties that are owned by the government and major banks. This search app is ideal for real estate agents since it helps them with finding the best and cheapest properties available in the interested home-buyers local neighborhood. Current ratings for all versions – 3.5 stars over 1741 Ratings
Foreclosureradar at iTunes
Another app that you should definitely check out is ForeclosureRadar. This will help you whether you’re planning in advance or are in the mood to search for a place at the spur of the moment. You’ll be able to find out the most recent and accurate foreclosure information, including updated auction tips, so you’ll be able to act fast. It does exactly what its name tells you it does- you’re able to search for foreclosures in a certain city or town, but the even more perfect aspect is that you can locate foreclosures that are near to your current location. Current rating over all versions – 2.0 stars over 41 ratings.
Zillow’s App at iTunes.
While the Zillow app has been around a while, it now has some nifty foreclosure features that allow you to use this app to the fullest. Not only will you be able to see properties that are in foreclosure, you’ll also be able to view bank owned properties and auction listings. Even though foreclosure information is free and public knowledge, having the ability to easily access it on your mobile device makes the process easier and more pleasant for everyone involved. And you’ll also find, Zillow makes a wide range or such apps for nearly any kind of device imaginable.
If you’re a home-buyer searching for a new place to live or an agent searching for the best properties for your clients, checking out foreclosed homes is probably a good idea. Although there are ways for you to go through lists in order to find something that fits your criteria, there are now apps available on your mobile device that help you out with this grueling process. Because foreclosure listings are free and available to the public, the apps most likely will not vary all that much. You can test out a few of the best to see which one you like the best and then go from there. Happy house hunting…
About the author:Chrissy Giglio is one of the talented writers for Fueled, an award winning mobile app design and development house based in New York City.
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Six useful foreclosure apps for Android and iPhone users
As a result of the current downturned economy, many homes have been foreclosed upon and are now bank or government owned. While this has been devastating for families and individuals across the country and even the world, it has created a unique opportunity for those searching for an affordable first home, investors looking for new opportunities for professional growth, and real estate agents helping their clients find the perfect home in the right price range. With that in mind, here are some Android and iPhone apps that allow anyone to search for foreclosure listings.
1. Complete Foreclosures (new)
Complete Foreclosures – Complete Foreclosures is a free app that is for both Android and iPhone users that we first introduced you to a week ago. This app allows users to search through recent foreclosures and homes that were foreclosed not-so-recently and are still available. It automatically lists the most recent foreclosures first, which makes it easier to sort through and to find exactly what you’re looking for. This powerful little app was even voted as one out of the top ten business apps featured in BusinessWeek and Forbes, and it is powered by RealtyTrac.
2. Foreclosure Search
Foreclosure Search – This free app is specifically for the iPhone. The foreclosure information provided in this app is powered by USHUD.com, which is a private company that is not affiliated with the Department of Housing and Urban Development. The Foreclosure Search app is designed for realtors and lenders, and it focuses on foreclosed properties that are owned by the government and the major, well-known banks across the country.
3. Homes in Foreclosure
Homes in Foreclosure – Homes in Foreclosure is an Android app that is free to download and is for the investor, real estate agent, or individual looking for foreclosed homes to purchase. This app even has data sets for condos, town houses, single family homes, HUG, and income or rental properties.
4. Foreclosure Genie
Foreclosure Genie – The Foreclosure Genie app is marketed to investors who buy foreclosed homes or who buy and sell rental properties, and it costs $1.99 to download. This iPhone downloadable app isn’t just about finding the right foreclosure property. It also helps you calculate how much money you will make from it and how long it takes to get all your money back. However, Foreclosure Genie only allows you to store up to thirty properties at a time.
5. Foreclosures Canada
Foreclosures Canada – While all these other apps feature homes in the United States, this Android app is dedicated solely to foreclosed homes in Canada. So, this might be the perfect app if you’re an investor or real estate agent who is interested in the international market or you have clients who are looking for something internationally, assuming you currently live in the States. Plus, it’s free!
6. Foreclosure Organizer
Foreclosure Organizer PRO – For just under six dollars, you can download this app right onto your iPhone. Features allow you to manage lien searches, track your favorite foreclosed properties, email property information to your analysis team, and properties can be tracked by city, trustee, address, lot description, or the name of the mortgagor. This app is obviously meant for real estate professionals or investors.
With the use of these affordable foreclosure searching apps, you can find the right home for your financial needs, for your clients, or for your next investment property. Download one or download all of them, and you’ll be well on your way. Whether you’re an Android or iPhone user, there’s an app for you.
15 Best Foreclosure Sites for Finding Properties
You may remember that foreclosures were a big part of the Great Recession. As the economy cratered, foreclosure filings soared. In the first half of 2010 alone, 1.65 million U.S. homes spun into foreclosure, according to data from ATTOM Data Solutions, a property database provider.
10 years later, will the COVID-19 pandemic lead to a rash of foreclosures? That could spell a lot of hardship, but also an opportunity for investors to flip homes for profit as more American workers switch to full-time remote work, often in less-expensive cities and towns.
Ongoing efforts to ease the pandemic's economic impact – including the CARES Act -- have slowed the foreclosure process, particularly for properties where mortgages were federally backed. But that stay doesn't apply to lenders or servicers of loans not backed by the government (though state laws may).
Buying and flipping foreclosed homes might be a path to consider if you are building a home-selling business.It follows the maxim of buy low, sell high: buy a foreclosed home on the cheap, make the needed improvements, and sell at or above the market value.
Nearly 11,700 American properties received a foreclosure filing – default notices, bank repossessions or scheduled auctions – in October, up 20% from September. The states with the highest foreclosure rates in October were South Carolina, Nebraska, Alabama, Louisiana, and Florida, according to ATTOM Data Solutions.
Seeking foreclosure homes near you? Check with your county, town or city. They may have foreclosure websites or other means of listing local foreclosures. But there is a wide range of online resources for finding foreclosures, including most larger banks (we’ve listed a few):
Foreclosure listings - free sites
Equator.com. Equator offers free listings of homes in foreclosure alongside short sales, open-market listings, and properties available through the Hubzu auction process.
HomePath.com. Owned by the Federal National Mortgage Association, known as Fannie Mae, HomePath.com offers free listings of thousands of homes in foreclosure being sold by Fannie Mae.
HomeSteps.com. This site is owned by Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, or Freddie Mac. It lists homes in foreclosure that Freddie Mac is selling to investors or potential home buyers.
Zillow Foreclosure Center. The popular website used by home sellers and buyers alike has its own search site for foreclosure listings. You can fashion your own method of searching, filtering by cost or location.
Realtor.com Foreclosures. Similarly, Realtor.com, also used by new-home seekers or sellers, can help you find foreclosures. You can focus your search using a zip code and/or city. And, while we're on the subject of Realtors, you can also check with local real estate companies and their agents directly to search for foreclosed homes.
Wells Fargo REO Properties. Note that these properties are not sold directly by Wells Fargo. You must contact the listing agents or other contact associated with the property.
CitiMortage. This site lists properties or foreclosures that are owned by Citigroup. Potential buyers contact the listing agent associated with the property they are interested in.
Bank of America foreclosures. This site allows users to search for real estate owned or bank owned foreclosed properties, by zip code or other methods.
Foreclosure listings – subscription sites
RealtyTrac. There’s a free 7-day trial; after that, it’s $49.95 a month, with discounts on multi-month packages. Members get access to RealtyTrac’s proprietary information, including auctions dates and locations, pre-foreclosure addresses, owner information, bank loan amounts and more.
Foreclosure.com. After the free 7-day trial, it’s $39.80 per month. Subscribers receive detailed information on the listed properties, tax roll data, files provided by the lender, local school districts and other listing details.
Foreclosure listings – government sites
HUD.gov. Potential investors and other home buyers can find one-to-four unit residential properties that the Department of Housing and Urban Development acquired from foreclosure actions on FHA-insured mortgages.
HomeSales.gov. Another federal government website for hunting down foreclosures is HomeSales.gov. These, of course, are previously owned single-family homes that landed in the federal government’s hands by public auction or other method. Purchasers must work with a real estate agent, broker or servicing representative to submit an offer or bid, according to the website.
FHA Single Family Real Estate Owned Properties. This site is for the U.S, Department of Housing and Urban Development and includes real estate owned properties. These single family homes land on the site when the Federal Housing Administration pays a claim to a bank or other lending institution on a foreclosed property that was originally financed with an FHA insured mortgage.
USDA-RD/FSA Properties. The United State Department of Agriculture-Rural Development and the USDA-Farm Service Agency list properties on this website. Here, you’ll find a small number of single- and multi-family homes, farms, and ranches. Buyers must work with a real estate agent or broker to put in a bid, which means there will be a commission to pay.
IRS Seizures. This Internal Revenue Service website is a portal to finding homes and other property seized by the tax agency for nonpayment of federal taxes.
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The Best Free Foreclosure Search Sites
For Bank REOs
An REO is a property that has reverted back to the lender after a foreclosure auction has not found a buyer. This does not mean the property is in such a bad state that no one wanted it; it means only that the required opening bid was not met.
The required opening bid for an REO auction is typically the outstanding loan amount.
When the loan-to-value ratio is high, the property might not attract bids, and the asset reverts to the lender. Bank REOs can be great values in the real estate market. Likewise, they can serve up some real stinkers, so be thorough in your research. Here are a few sites to check:
This list includes well-known banks that cover national or regional areas. You can find other bank-owned properties by searching for the bank's name plus the term REO (for example, MyBank REO).
For Government-Owned Properties
Banks and property lenders are not the only ones who own real estate that has been foreclosed on. The government has a stockpile of REOs, foreclosed homes, and property that it acquires through various means, including loan guarantee programs such as the FHA (Federal Housing Administration) and VA (Veterans Affairs). The properties are available through conventional sales and auctions. You'll find many of these at:
- HomePath—Fannie Mae-owned foreclosures
- HUD REO—Housing and Urban Development-owned real estate
- HomeSales—Government-owned foreclosures and seizures
- USDA-RD/FSA—Rural Development and Farm Service Agency REOs
- IRS properties—Homes, real estate, and other property that has been seized by the IRS
In addition, your county or city government likely has its own foreclosure list. Ideally, they share this on a website; if not, you'll have to make a trip to the county or city clerk.
General Foreclosure, REO, and Distressed Property Listings
A few services compile foreclosures, REOs, and other forms of distressed property into searchable databases. Some provide the listings for free; others use a subscription model that lets you search their service for a period of time.
In most cases, basic information about a property is available even if you don't subscribe. Typically, though, subscribers have access to a good deal of additional detailed information about the status of properties, such as conditions, histories, and concerns.
Some services to check out include:
Real Estate Agents, Brokers, and Property Services
The age of property agents being secretive about foreclosures, preforeclosures, distressed properties, and REOs is long gone. Nowadays, listing these types of properties is just another way to attract buyers. That's why most real estate services now offer easy access to their databases of distressed properties, such as these:
- Realtor.com—The officially licensed home for the National Association of Realtors provides free access to its property search engine. Predefined filters pull out foreclosures, properties that have seen price reductions, and affordable homes in communities you search. You'll also find recent news and insights about distressed properties.
- Trulia—Offers a well-designed search system that includes a predefined filter for finding foreclosures in communities you search. To find foreclosures using Trulia, perform a basic search by town, then use the More search filter and select Foreclosures for the type of sales listing.
- Zillow—Here, you'll find a foreclosure center with access to advanced search capabilities using a number of criteria, including by cost (or cost estimates), neighborhood, and more. Buying guides, FAQs, and even a guide for those who may be facing foreclosure round out Zillow's offerings.
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