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Oregon foreclosure listings look quite different from their regular listing counterparts. Things like the type of foreclosure, date of auction and lien amounts are all specified. Read More »
Before you buy Oregon foreclosure properties, it’s important to learn more about Oregon foreclosure listings laws and regulations. The rate of foreclosed properties has increased significantly, giving buyers more options than ever for purchasing properties. Read More »
If you work in real estate or wish to purchase a new building in Oregon, you may find some great deals by searching Oregon foreclosure listings. Companies that provide these listings usually do so for a fee, but free resources are available.
OregonLive.com provides foreclosure listings. Enter your preferred zip code and price range to view available properties. An advanced search allows you to choose the property type, square feet and acreage. OregonForeclosureListings.net allows you to browse properties by county. You must register for full access to property details, but the site offers a free trial.
If you are looking for a commercial property, such as a shopping plaza or bank building, you may find suitable properties through the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), which seizes properties and sells them for the amounts remaining on the loans. Select Oregon on its real estate database to view all available properties. You can also specify the city, price range and property type.
If you have any questions about foreclosures in Oregon, visit the Department of Consumer & Business Services at Oregon.gov. The department provides information on foreclosure laws as well as tips for avoiding foreclosure scams. The Department of Revenue provides further information on the state's foreclosure procedures. For more information on Oregon foreclosure listings, visit the links on this Business.com page.