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How do I find repossessed properties without going to auction?

Asked on Jan 6 2013, General in London | Report content

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  • Most properties are advertised by an estate agent before they reach the auction house. So you could get on all estate agents mailing lists on the lookout for repossessed properties, if you are a cash buyer in a good position to buy. Otherwise you can pay to be on mailing lists for these sorts of properties, this I would advise you to steer clear from. You can usually spot repossessed properties when looking on sites such as this one. You will see tape across appliances and toilets etc.

    Answered on Jan 7 2013, Report content
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  • That is my question.

    Answered on Mar 5 2014, Report content
  • Throuth estate agents

    Answered on Jan 9 2015, Report content
  • There are a number of websites that can help you, try Property With Potential (free) or RepoList (£20 pcm)

    Web reference:

    Answered on Apr 1 2015, Report content
  • Estate agents and banks

    Answered on Aug 23 2015, Report content
  • Repolist is £9.99 pcm if you use the coupon "repo50" . Its not free but the site is a lot more professional with greater functionality. you can search by location/ postcode/ region etc unlike Renovate you can set up search alerts so that the system sends you automated emails when new properties come onto the market fitting your search criteria.

    Answered on Oct 12 2015, Report content
  • I am looking property in Mk &blond on with out going in auction

    Answered on Dec 21 2015, Report content
  • Check local residential properties with auction notice

    Answered on Jul 10 2016, Report content
  • You have to learn to do your own due diligence. Do not rely on paid property lists or part with your hard earned money on subscription services. Google is your friend. You can use boolean operators to narrow your search down on bargain properties. For example use site:domain "keywords" Where domain would be a property portal like for example. Keywords would be words associated with run down properties that need attention "run down" "needs work" etc... Then filter your lists and check land registry and perform your due diligence

    Answered on Feb 3 2017, Report content
  • Please email me all the information

    Answered on Mar 23 2017, Report content

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