Foreclosure Search – Property Search
Professional grade foreclosure search. It is as intense as you are.
Search by lender. Search by owner name. Search by estimated LTV, or 60 specific and detailed ways to get exactly what you need, when you need it.
There are lots of foreclosure search sites out there. Perhaps you have tried some of them. And wished there was a more powerful solution for you, the professional. A tool that isn’t over simplified to lure in consumer users. A solution created by people who’ve done what you do.
You can stop wishing. ForeclosureRadar is that professional grade foreclosure search solution.
What does that mean?
- If you work pre-foreclosures, you will be able to jump on new opportunities with pinpoint accuracy, searching by radius, ZIP Code, City, APN, owner name, loan date, estimated price, square feet, number of open loans and dozens of other parameters.
- If you deal with short sales, it is now possible to search for properties based on the lenders you prefer to conduct business with, and with an estimated LTV you can handle.
- If you’re an auction investor, well, you’re in for a game-changer. ForeclosureRadar is not only the single source for daily auction updates, but empowers you to search properties by auction date, postponement reason, trustee sale number, trustee, lender, sale amount and more.
- If you’re an REO broker or investor, not only will you know about new opportunities weeks ahead of the competition (even ahead of the banks), you will be able to zero in on those that fit your investment profile or listings specialization.
Your search results can be displayed as a list, or on a map. They can be saved, tagged, emailed, and exported. You can set email and text alerts for new properties matching your criteria, and even set up direct mail campaigns right from your account.
And, yes, there is more. Sign up now for a free, no-obligation trial to test-drive our search experience for yourself.
- Find the right investment opportunities first
- Better evaluate property values, both now and in the future
- Stop manually tracking opening bids, postponements and auction results
- Gain market knowledge and position yourself as a foreclosure expert
- Identify and find the short sale opportunities that are most likely to close
- Preview upcoming REO listings and find REO listing opportunities
Government agency benefits
- Determine the foreclosure status of any property in your community
- Get contact information for any property’s current owner and lenders and improve cost recovery
- Immediately identify new foreclosures for field checks, abatement and code enforcement
60+ Search Criteria- Property Ownership Search, Property Title Search, Foreclosure Details
Location — So many ways to pick your market. Search by county, city, ZIP code, street, or assessor’s parcel number. Search by radius around a location. Zoom and pan the map to the area of interest, and search everything inside the map. You can even enter a list of cities or ZIP codes.
Property Profile — Everything you would expect to search properties – property type (single family, condo, commercial, industrial, and more), bedrooms, bathrooms, square footage, lot size (acres or square feet), age, and even pool availability.
Value & Equity — Search by estimates of property value, loan-to-value ratios, combined-loan-to-value ratios, equity percentages, or equity amounts.
Foreclosure Details — Search by foreclosure type (pre-foreclosure, auction, or bank owned), auction date, date notice was recorded, date the original loan was made, loan position, number of loans, loan amount, postponement reason, trustee sale number, trustee, lender, sale amount and more.
Ownership — Search by owner’s name, non-owner occupied properties, or owners with phone numbers.
My Properties — Search your saved properties based on your interest level, status, tags, whether or not you have added photos or notes, and financial analysis numbers like investment amount or profit.