Buy Foreclosed Homes: Housing Website Now Links Buyers with Foreclosures in All 50 States

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Buyers researching how to buy foreclosed homes can now benefit from the RealEstateNewsWire.com post now featured online. This new post reveals a new company helping men and women to buy foreclosed homes in any state in the U.S.

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Foreclosed homes can be a housing value to a person who is seeking an upgrade to an existing property or buying a home for the first time.

Sales of foreclosed homes still continues to dominate a portion of the real estate industry in many states in the U.S., according to housing data. The Real Estate News Wire company has now launched its partner services online to help men and women to buy foreclosed homes through housing companies. Access to these providers is now available at http://realestatenewswire.com/save-big-foreclosures.

Homes that have been foreclosed on by lenders or mortgage companies can often have a lower market value due to the distressed condition of a property. Some home buyers use real estate agents using the MLS services in all U.S. cities to find bank foreclosed properties for sale.

The access to foreclosures in all 50 states that is now offered online includes houses that are under 50 percent of the current market value.

The providers that are now offering the buying services and referred through the Real Estate News Wire company provide one of the simplest solutions for searching thousands of available properties without requiring an MLS subscription.

Some companies charge access to MLS data or restrict the access to these systems if a realtor is not included in the search process.

"Foreclosed homes can be a housing value to a person who is seeking an upgrade to an existing property or buying a home for the first time," a source from the RealEstateNewsWire.com company said.

One of the disadvantages that some foreclosed homes have when these are available on the open market is the need for repairs. Not all homes are in sellable condition when foreclosure is processed by lenders. The access now granted to the available listings online includes helpful information about each property to help a buyer make an informed decision before purchasing a distressed property.

"Foreclosure rates are still high in states like Florida, Ohio, Texas, California and Missouri due to the high unemployment rate that contributes to homeowner default on mortgages," the source added.

The Real Estate News Wire has introduced multiple foreclosure programs for buyers of homes and homeowners in 2013. To go with the foreclosed homes listings online, a complete foreclosure primer for a homeowner seeking options is now posted online. This information now includes access to the national hotline for foreclosure assistance at 1-888-885-9766.

About RealEstateNewsWire.com

The RealEstateNewsWire.com company provides news, services and related homeowner products to owners of properties in every state in the U.S. This company syndicates all of its newsworthy content across its partner media network to expand its distribution to homeowners. The RealEstateNewsWire.com company staff help to uncover news and services that are helpful to homeowners. Company reviews of real estate and investment companies published online seek to introduce buyers or sellers of properties to trusted companies in the U.S. providing a range of different housing services. The company contact information posted online now includes a nationally used telephone contact system.

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