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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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1005 Harvard


Property Type:Single Family Residence

MLS #:399426

Date Sold:6/4/2021


This sprawling split level home offers 4 bedrooms (includes 2 master bedroom suites) and 3 bathrooms, 2 living areas, in Russell Blvd School District. This is a Fannie Mae Homepath property. The seller must comply with HUD guidelines 24 CFR206.125. All offers must be submitted to www.Homepath.com.

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Community Information

Address:1005 Harvard Columbia, MO 65203




Subdivision:College Park

Zip Code:65203

School Information

School District:Columbia

High School:Hickman

Middle School:West

Elementary School:Russell Boulevard


Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 3

Year Built:1964


Style:Split Level

Roof: ArchitecturalShingle

Foundation Access: Garage

Foundation Material: Poured Concrete

Foundation Type: Part Basement Unfinished

Basement: Yes

Garage Capacity: 2

Features / Amenities

InteriorFeatures: Radon Mit System, Stand AloneShwr/MBR, Tub/Shower, Walk in Closet(s), Washer/DryerConnectn, Whole House Fan

FirePlaces: In Living Room

Flooring: Tile, Wood

kitchen Features: Cabinets-Wood, Microwave Oven, Pantry, Range-Electric, Trash Compactor

Exterior Finish: Wood Product

Cooling: Central Electric

Heating: Forced Air

Heat Type: Forced Air

Heat Fuel Type: Natural Gas

Property Features

Lot Dimensions:215x152

Utilities: Electric-City, Gas-Natural, Sewage-City, Trash-City, Water-City

Fence: Backyard, Partial

Fence Material: Chain Link

Zoning:Single Family Res

Directions:Stadium Blvd, east on Rollins, south on Yale, left on Harvard.

Tax and Financial Info

Tax Amount: $1, 895

Tax Year: 2020



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Listing provided courtesy of RE/MAX Boone Realty.

The data relating to real estate for sale on this web site comes in part from the Internet Data Exchange Program. Real estate listings held by IDX Brokerage firms other than Russell Boyt Real Estate Group are marked with the Internet Data Exchange logo or the Internet Data Exchange thumbnail logo and detailed information about them includes the name of the listing IDX Brokers. This information is provided exclusively for personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing.

The Broker providing these data believes them to be correct, but advises interested parties to confirm them before relying on them in a purchase decision. Information deemed reliable but is not guaranteed.

Data last updated October 18, 2021 6:00 AM CST

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What are Fannie Mae Foreclosures?

Fannie Mae

Fannie Mae is a company supported by the federal government. Fannie Mae's mandate is to make property ownership more accessible for Americans. To meet this aim, Fannie Mae acts as a lending organization. If you are looking for a property, Fannie Mae foreclosures and financing options can be a good place to start. Since Fannie Mae is a lending institution, it must also deal with lenders who cannot repay their mortgage. This means that the organization is also a good source for finding discounted Fannie Mae foreclosure homes.

Fannie Mae Helps Homebuyers

Since the aim of Fannie Mae is to provide homeownership opportunities for more Americans, the company makes every effort to provide affordable homes and reasonable financing options. Fannie Mae purchases distressed homes and resells them as Fannie Mae foreclosed homes at significantly reduced prices. These government foreclosures are a great option for new homeowners and are a real boon for homeowners who cannot afford traditional real estate. Whether you buy federal homes from Fannie Mae or buy traditional property, Fannie Mae can help you with financing your purchase. If you are worried about buying a home because you have bad credit or a low income, Fannie Mae also has special programs that can help you secure a property.

Fannie Mae Offers Foreclosures

One of the most powerful ways that Fannie Mae can help you buy a home is by offering low-cost homes. As a lending institution, Fannie Mae is sometimes faced with homeowners who do not repay their home loan. When this happens, the homeowner's loan is in default and, to recoup the money lost on the loan, Fannie Mae will take over ownership of the property and resell it as a foreclosure in order to earn back the money lost on the loan. Since the primary aim is to reclaim the money quickly and since most homeowners do not owe the full amount of their property value in mortgages, most Fannie Mae foreclosures for sale are priced below market value. Discounts of 30% and even 50% are possible. Unlike bank foreclosures, distressed government properties often include great financing programs that can help make a distressed home affordable.

Many homebuyers confuse Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Fannie Mae is concerned with homeownership while Freddie Mac is an organization that insures mortgages. While both help Americans afford homes, Fannie Mae offers special programs directly for homeowners and offers home foreclosures for sale.

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