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10 Free Websites! Government-Owned Real Estate & Foreclosures For Sale

A great list for the inveterate deal seeker.  These are all offered for sale by Government Agencies.  Of course, if you decide to bid on any of these, it's best to use a Realtor.  Just because they seem to be good deals, doesn't mean that they are.  Only a Realtor can check the comps and let you know exactly where the market is at the moment and make sure that you don't overpay.  Have fun treasure hunting!

     These are completely FREE Government Websites where you can Search for and even Bid on Foreclosures and Property owned by United States Government Agencies.  Entities include HUD, the IRS, USDA, Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, the VA, Treasury, FDIC, GSA, and the Unites States Marshals Service.

HUD Home Store

 HUD Homestore Government Foreclosures For Sale

 

 Fannie Mae HomePath

Fannie Mae HomePath Foreclosures For Sale

 

 U.S. Department of the Treasury

Foreclosures and Government Owned - Department of the Treasury

 

USDA Department of Agriculture

Foreclosures and Government Owned - USDA

 

Freddie Mac HomeSteps

Foreclosures and Government Owned - Freddie Mac HomeSteps

 

Internal Revenue Service

IRS Seized Real Estate Auction

 

VA Department of Veterans Affairs

Foreclosures and Government Owned - VA

 

FDIC / Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

FDIC Real Estate For Sale 

 

GSA/General Services Administration

Foreclosures and Government Owned Real Estate - GSA

 

US Marshals Service

 US Marshals Service Real Estate For Sale

  

     Use these FREE Government Websites to Search for Property owned by Departments and Agencies of the United States Government.  Entities include HUD, the IRS, USDA, Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, the VA, Treasury, FDIC, GSA, and the United States Marshals Service.    

  

     You are strongly encouraged to enlist the services of a Real Estate Broker, Real Estate Attorney, or other Qualified Professional before bidding on or buying Real Property from the United States Government or any Federal Government Agency.

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Disclaimer:  Nothing in this blog article is to be construed as legal advice, tax advice, or financial advice.  For legal advice see an attorney.   For tax advice or financial advice see a tax attorney, certified public accountant, or other qualified professional.

 

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Comment balloon 2 commentsMirela Monte • March 20 2014 05:15PM

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     Hi, Mirella.    Thanks for reblogging this. 

     I should add that many of these Government Agencies require a Real Estate Broker to complete the paperwork and forms.  

     As you point out in your Introduction, even if a Broker is not "required", a savvy Buyer will use a Realtor to assist in bidding on or purchasing one of these properties.  

Posted by Fred Griffin presently on Leave of Absence, Licensed Florida Real Estate Broker (Fred Griffin Real Estate) about 5 years ago

good day how much are the services of a broker and what is the minimum price for the house

Posted by VLADIMIR 11 months ago

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