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There are many resources online that can help in finding a great deal on foreclosing or foreclosure homes. These 5 Hints will help you in your search from twisting and turning the wrong direction and assist in your focus on finding what you want.

Hint 1 - Focus on homes without images. The majority of home shoppers want it all handed to them before they go out to look at the property. They want virtual tours, numerous pictures, full descriptions, etc. I have found that homes without these shiny, glossy advertisements are rarely visited and you can get some great bargains. Just because the bank did not show a picture does not make it unworthy to scope out.

Hint 2- Make certain the property is currently available now. Many of best foreclosure websites contain millions of properties listed as foreclosures. However, after doing a little additional research, you can find that they are older listings of properties they leave in their site to boost up there numbers. The best way to get around this is to go look at the home yourself, just drive past it. Pick a houses in a the same small region and look at them all. Look for "for sale" signs, or just general disrepair.

Hint 3 - Browse online for tax resources available by counties. Many counties have internet resources you can use to attain more info on the property or properties you are interested in. You can confirm the numbers of bedrooms/baths, square feet, along with tax amounts paid and last sale dates. A great deal of information is available from your county's tax appraiser's website.

Hint 5 - Think Local. Look Local. There are many reasons to focus like this in searching, but I will stay on one point. Since you are local, you know where the really bad areas are and where to avoid entirely. Further, you know what neighborhoods have the best potential because you've been there. You see by watching the local news and know what areas are experiencing gentrification. This is key to getting good deals on the best foreclosure listings.

Hint 5 - Never give up. I might sound like your old coach here, but I have spoken with many people whom have used all the foreclosure websites and say what a raw deal they are. Many people I have spoken to have tried free trials of a foreclosure website or two. But they were all discouraged because of the inadequate information they were given and the sub par quality of homes they saw on the website. As a result of this, they got frustrated and stopped using these websites. Make sure you do a foreclosure website comparison first. If it was that simple to find a foreclosure property or tax lien foreclosure, everyone would be living in one. However, they are out there if you are persistent. Don't be discouraged, stay strong and the right home will pop up. Believe me.