This is a question that many smart bargain hunters ask. If this is possible, not only they will save paying for what can frequently be twenty or more dollars a month, but they will also be able to find the bargain of a lifetime in buying their next home. For those thinking on buying a foreclosed home, free foreclosure listings can work perfectly.
Hector Milla Editor of the "Free Home Foreclosure Listings" website -- http://www.freehomeforeclosurelistings.net/ -- pointed out;
“… The best way to find free foreclosure listings is to go to the pay sites first. Many paid foreclosure sites offer a week long trial membership or a very cheap initial payment for the first month or the like. Even if you are planning to pay for a foreclosure listing service this is something that you should consider. Not only will you save a lot of money if you are able to make a decision within the trial period, but you will also be able to figure out if a service is worthwhile to pay for. You do not want to get stuck paying for a foreclosure listing service that has only a tiny number of listings…”
Once investors find a free or very cheap foreclosure listing service, it is time to ensure that it is of high quality. This is the harder part because, and obviously, nobody wants to be stuck with a bad service. Some things to consider, for example, is the flexibility of the payment plan. A service that will not let subscribers to cancel freely, or forces them to subscribe for an entire year it is certainly a service to avoid (as a home search does not take that long), meaning that there is no need of a service that allows you to subscribe only for a long period of time.
“… Other measures of quality that you should use include the amount of information that you have on the houses. For example, you definitely want to have pictures on the results pages. You can't really know how you feel about a house without photos. Also, you want other detailed information. For example, information about the neighborhood that has the house is very important. And finally, you want a site that is frequently updated…” H. Milla added.
Further information and resources to get free home foreclosure listings by visiting http://www.freehomeforeclosurelistings.net/