Real Estate Apps For Foreclosure Properties

Below is a summary of some of the apps for Apple and Android devices that allow someone to search for homes in foreclosure. -- Their web site and application contains both foreclosure and conventional listings from HUD, FMNA foreclosures and bank REO properties. When opening the app, the initial screen shows a picture of the US and all 50 states. Tap on a state and the app produces a list of the counties. Tap on a county and it provides a list of the cities. Select the city and view the listings. The listingReal san be filtered by price range, number of bathrooms and/or bedrooms, whether a conventional or foreclosure listing.  Property listings from any search result can be saved as a "Favorite for easier access later. The app is very user friendly. -- Their web site and application searches HUD properties.  When opening this app, the initial screen provides 2 search options: (1) searching foreclosures in its database by city, state, zip code, price range and number of bedrooms and/or bathrooms; and (2) searching by current location. To use this second option, the app must be allowed to access the devices location. Search results are mapped out and users can change their map options from standard, to satellite or a hybrid of the two. Other selection options on the home screen allow users to run  their credit score, locate a realtor or a lender (through the "Foreclosure Expert" button)  or learn more about HUD properties and how to buy them. The one negative of this app is the requirement to provide a name, email and phone number before the app allows the user to access photos or other details about a property listing.

Luxury Foreclosures -- Another app by that is powered by but with more emphasis on higher end discount properties and foreclosures. This app functions the same as HUDSeeker with a similar home screen. The only difference being the narrower focus of the foreclosure properties that are searched.

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