Try a search of default, auction properties and bank-owned homes from all lenders, compiled from public records.
Foreclosures from national banks, regional lenders, government and asset managers
These lenders are either national or have a very large multi-state presence. Bank of America, Branch Banking and Trust, Chase Bank, Citimortgage, FifthThird, GMAC, OneWest, Manufacturers and Traders Trust, PNC, Regions Bank, Suntrust Mortgage, TCF Financial, U.S. Bank and Wells Fargo are arranged alphabetically, you can check each site for properties owned by that lender.
Lists are organized first by state, then alphabetically. You might check surrounding states as lenders were placed where they seemed to have the most property
Bank of Hampton Roads, Bank of North Carolina, Cache Valley Bank, Capital Bank, Citywide Banks, Congaree State Bank, East Boston Savngs, Fairfield Federal Savings, First Bank and Trust, First Federal, First National Bank of Alaska, First Northern Bank, First Savings Bank Northwest, Firstbancorp, Guardian Savings Bank, Hancock Bank, Intermountain Community Bank, Isabella Bank, Main Source Bank, Mechanics Savings, Midcountry Bank, Mountain West, Nantahala Bank and Trust, Nevada Statebank, Northside Bank, Premier West, Prime Pacific Bank, Republic Bank, River Valley Bank, State Bank of Crossplains, The Ohio State Bank, The Provident Bank, Third Federal Savings and Loan, United Bank, United Community Bank, Unity Bank, Virginia Housing Development, Westamerica Bank, Wilmington Savings Fund Society, Zions Bank
Probably the single largest government agency by foreclosure volume, HUD handles the resale of foreclosed property when the loan was FHA insured. Close behind are Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac which are now government owned. The Veterans Administration, FDIC and U.S. Department of Agriculture complete the list of government agencies.
Asset managers handle the rehabilitation and marketing of lender owned property.