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Foreclosure Listings Database

HUD homes bring homeownership to maintains the nation’s largest database of Government Foreclosures, including HUD foreclosures for sale, VA foreclosures, Fannie Mae foreclosures, and Freddie Mac foreclosures.

We also offer an exhaustive list of tax foreclosure properties, bank foreclosure properties, and pre-foreclosure properties in our library to provide our members with the most comprehensive collection of low-cost homes for sale in the nation - from Alaska to Wyoming, from Seattle, WA to Miami, FL, from Honolulu to New York City.

Stay on top of the latest foreclosures

Our lists are regularly updated to ensure that our members get the highest quality information possible, and we keep an eye out on all things related to the purchase of financially distressed real estate to deliver the highest quality advice at every step.

We also encourage you to subscribe to our email alerts. These foreclosure alerts will keep you informed of foreclosures in your area.

This way, you can make the best use of your time, searching for homes with speed. And with plenty of information at your fingertips you can approach your purchase with confidence.

Why Buy HUD Homes?

Get More with HUD Homes

HUD foreclosures are affordableBuying a home is likely the largest and most important purchase and investment decision you'll make in your lifetime. Buying a government foreclosure can save you a significant amount of money - as much as 30% of the market value.

These savings could get you 30% more house for your money. The cash you save goes straight into your quality of life.

Whether you're buying a live-in or investment property, you're buying smarter when you buy government houses for sale.

Many opportunities to save

The opportunities for deeply discounted real estate go beyond HUD Homes. keeps track of a large range of government foreclosures, such as Freddie Mac foreclosures, Fannie Mae foreclosures, and VA foreclosures all with savings comparable to those found when buying a foreclosed HUD home.

Instant Equity

Investing in a HUD home enables you to acquire equity faster.If you buy a home at its market value, you're relying on economic changes, neighborhood improvements, and a number of uncontrollable factors to increase the value of your investment.

When you buy a foreclosed HUD property at a deep discount, that savings represents an immediate return on your investment.

There are many ways to find hidden sources of instant equity in HUD Homes, VA Foreclosures, and other government houses for sale. provides an exhaustive selection of HUD homes and government foreclosures listings, plus the specialized resources and tools you need to capitalize on your home investment. If you have been looking only at cheap rental listings to date, now may be the time you start looking for cheap HUD homes instead.

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How It Works

It Makes Sense

HUD houses are available to first-time homebuyers and investors alike

Because HUD is motivated to provide affordable housing, it will consider offers below a foreclosed home's market value, and often provides special discounted buyer programs for those who qualify. Other government houses for sale, such as VA foreclosures and Tax foreclosure properties, all have different methods of getting to the same result: their desire to sell outweighs their desire to turn a profit against the real estate market. This puts big rewards within in the reach of smart buyers.

Who Can Buy HUD Homes

Homeownership is attainableAnyone can buy HUD homes as long as they qualify for financing. Fortunately, special financing and discount programs are regularly promoted by the government. HUD prefers to sell to owner-occupants. So, people looking to live in the home they're buying as a primary residence are given a short priority period to place bids on HUD homes.

If a HUD home is still available after potential owner-occupants have had their opportunity to buy, the property becomes available to all buyers, including investors. While no real estate purchase is simple, gives you the information you need to navigate the process painlessly and effectively.

Steps to Success

Search: Pick through's vast database of Foreclosed HUD Homes, VA Foreclosures, Fannie Mae Foreclosures, Freddie Mac Foreclosures, and other Government Houses for Sale. Compare the best deals to find your dream home.

Finance: Check your Credit Report and find a lender willing to arm you with the up-front buying power to bid on HUD homes (hint: can help you find a good lender. It's not as hard as it sounds).

Bid: Place silent bids on the HUD Homes that you're interested in. When you've won, HUD will let you know.