FEEL FREE to
SEARCH these websites for additional homes that may be
listed in your area. Many of these properties may already be in the
MLS, except for those that are 'For Sale By Owner' (FSBO) or privately
owned web sites hoping to get a corner on the market. Nevertheless,
in most cases the information is informative, and that cannot be understated.
National Real Estate Site to help you find the property you are looking
great way to search for property in San Diego County.
A San Diego local magazine that also has homes for sale included.
can select a 'State' and a 'County' where you want to live and it will
show you all 'Fannie Mae' properties available 'For Sale', if you find
a property to your liking your Buyer's Agent can make a online offer for
website deals mostly with home foreclosures, they do request a weekly
fee for your search.
The HUD website is more informational than anything else, it also have
interactive calculators that you can use to determine your financial eligibility
when you are considering purchasing a home.
a private website and has a host of many services, many of which require
payment, but you can search properties on this sight without joining.
Most of what they have is already in the MLS.
SALE BY OWNER:
a website where Sellers can sell their homes without the help of an agent.
It's a good place to list your home, if you don't want to pay any commission
to a Real Estate Agent. They do a great job in presenting your home, but
do not take any liability in the transfer of the home (they are strictly
marketing the home, with the slogan - No Commission), of course they get
paid, but Buyer should be aware of that old slogan Buyer Beware.
Is a website where you can search for homes, sell your home and have your
own FSBO site.
A commercial property network dedicated to the advertising of commercial
and investment properties for sale and for lease by CCIM designees.