HOW DO YOU FIND PRE FORCLOSURES I HAVE CALLED THE SHERRIFF,COUNTY RECORDER,AND I STIL COME UP BLANK, THEY ALWAYS TELL ME TO GO THE SHERIFF AUCTION OR WE DONT GIVE OUT THIS INFORMATION. IM FROM GARY INDIANA IM BRAND NEW AT THIS THANK YOU
I am not sure if Indiana is a judicial state or a non judicial state. I believe it is a judicial state. If so the first step of the foreclosure process is the filing of a lis pendens. This is a public notice that an action is being filed. You can find a record of these in the county court house. Go to your court house and ask the clerk of the court or one of their assistants where you can research foreclosure filings. The sheriff only is charged with serving the papers and they will tell you nada.
Also, there should be a local paper in which the public notice is filed. In addition see if the clerk of the court in your area has an online presence. If so you may be able to pull the Lis Pendens filing on line and not go to the court house.
Lastly you can speak to several title companies and see who does their title searches. Ask these people how much they want to pull down your lis pendens filings.
THANK YOU YOU HAVE BEEN A BLESSING :beer
Marketing master pretty much said it however, you can also buy a list form MelissaData or some other list broker (make sure you check up on them and choose a company with some sort of guarantee) and mail to the list. It will give you some not so accurate info, but if you will be cold calling anyway it may be a way to get more hooks out there.