Los Angeles foreclosures and bank owned Real Estate

    “Super simple” is the best way in which to display homes that are for sale.  Expecially when it comes to representing investors or those that want to get that “smoking hot” real estate deal.  When it comes to those types of “deals”, Bank owned or investment owned foreclosures are usually 2-5% below current real estate market value.

    LA County Bank Owned
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    Most of those values are also based on a future 90 day market price.  We have been sending Foreclosure Data depicting the Notice of Default filings for investors and buyers in the cities that they are interested in. That way they can utilize our Pre-Foreclosure Search tool and see what “might be” for themselves. With regard to Notice of Defaults – There is an over 90% chance that the home will indeed complete the Foreclosure Process after a Notice of Default is filed.  The question to be asked is, “What will be the final disposition with the property after a foreclosure takes place”?

    Will it sell back to the bank?  Will it sell as part of a Bulk Sale?  Etc….

    Here is the map with all of the Foreclosures/Bank Owned properties that are within the county of Los Angeles.  There is also a list of the newest first just below it.  You can change the map to reflect properties with other criteria you might be interested in.  Such as only 3 bedroom single family residences etc…  Cities that compose Los Angeles County and those that have been included as part of this Bank Owned and Foreclosure search are:

    Agoura Hills December 8, 1982 22,180
    Alhambra July 11, 1903 85,068
    Arcadia August 5, 1903 56,202
    Artesia May 29, 1959 16,182
    Avalon June 26, 1913 3,094
    Azusa December 29, 1898 46,672
    Baldwin Park January 25, 1956 77,078
    Bell Gardens August 1, 1961 44,581
    Bell November 7, 1927 36,552
    Bellflower September 3, 1957 72,862
    Beverly Hills October 22, 1906 34,316
    Bradbury July 26, 1957 1,069
    Burbank July 8, 1911 103,121
    Calabasas April 5, 1991 22,095
    Carson February 20, 1968 92,255
    Cerritos April 24, 1956 51,113
    Claremont October 3, 1907 35,419
    Commerce January 28, 1960 13,396
    Compton May 11, 1888 93,962
    Covina August 14, 1901 46,781
    Cudahy November 10, 1960 26,029
    Culver City September 20, 1917 38,420
    Diamond Bar April 18, 1989 57,105
    Downey December 17, 1956 107,117
    Duarte August 22, 1957 21,782
    El Monte November 18, 1912 121,447
    El Segundo January 18, 1917 17,076
    Gardena September 11, 1930 61,947
    Glendale February 15, 1906 207,157
    Glendora November 13, 1911 52,557
    Hawaiian Gardens April 14, 1964 15,922
    Hawthorne July 12, 1922 89,080
    Hermosa Beach January 10, 1907 19,474
    Hidden Hills October 19, 1961 2,040
    Huntington Park September 1, 1906 64,912
    Industry June 18, 1957 804
    Inglewood February 14, 1908 119,212
    Irwindale August 6, 1957 1,655
    La Cañada Flintridge December 8, 1976 21,353
    La Habra Heights December 4, 1978 6,145
    La Mirada March 23, 1960 50,267
    La Puente August 1, 1956 43,338
    La Verne September 11, 1906 33,449
    Lakewood April 16, 1954 83,641
    Lancaster November 22, 1977 143,818
    Lawndale December 28, 1959 33,572
    Lomita June 30, 1964 21,127
    Long Beach December 13, 1897 492,912
    Los Angeles April 4, 1850 4,018,080
    Lynwood July 16, 1921 73,171
    Malibu March 28, 1991 13,748
    Manhattan Beach December 7, 1912 36,573
    Maywood September 2, 1924 29,957
    Monrovia December 15, 1887 39,309
    Montebello October 15, 1920 65,686
    Monterey Park May 29, 1916 64,508
    Norwalk August 26, 1957 110,040
    Palmdale August 24, 1962 145,468
    Palos Verdes Estates December 20, 1939 14,085
    Paramount January 30, 1957 58,087
    Pasadena June 19, 1886 147,262
    Pico Rivera January 29, 1958 67,074
    Pomona January 6, 1888 162,140
    Rancho Palos Verdes September 7, 1973 43,092
    Redondo Beach April 29, 1892 67,495
    Rolling Hills Estates January 24, 1957 1,972
    Rolling Hills September 18, 1957 8,099
    Rosemead August 4, 1959 57,427
    San Dimas August 4, 1960 37,011
    San Fernando August 31, 1911 25,145
    San Gabriel April 24, 1913 42,691
    San Marino April 25, 1913 13,507
    Santa Clarita December 15, 1987 177,158
    Santa Fe Springs May 15, 1957 17,849
    Santa Monica December 9, 1886 91,124
    Sierra Madre February 7, 1907 11,039
    Signal Hill April 22, 1924 11,229
    South El Monte July 30, 1958 22,464
    South Gate January 15, 1923 102,233
    South Pasadena February 29, 1888 25,824
    Temple City May 25, 1960 35,702
    Torrance May 12, 1921 148,558
    Vernon September 22, 1905 95
    Walnut January 19, 1959 32,297
    West Covina February 17, 1923 112,953
    West Hollywood November 29, 1984 37,653
    Westlake Village December 11, 1981 8,893
    Whittier February 28, 1898


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