Find Foreclosures

The “Find Foreclosures” button allows you to search for distressed properties in proximity to a specific property. Once you have searched for and found your “starting” property, click on the “Find Foreclosures” button at the top of the record display.  The Find Foreclosures search screen will appear. Here you may select the distance parameter from your starting property. Choices are 1 mile up to 10 miles. You can also select to keep your search within town boundaries or to expand beyond town lines by un-checking the box that says “include only properties in current town”.

For “Find Foreclosures” it is not necessary to enter any additional search criteria. In fact, leaving the search criteria selections blank will allow you to see all distressed properties in proximity to your “starting” property. We recommend either leaving the selections blank or selecting specific use codes. For example, if your “starting” property is a condo, you may only want to see other condos that are in distress. If you enter a sale date or sale price, you will only find properties that are currently in distress, but have also had a sale within the time period and price range you selected. Quite often the only properties in distress with a recent sale are REO or lender owned properties. All other search criteria are also optional and include building style, use code, assessment, and property characteristics.

Once your selections are made, click on “Search”. You will get a summary screen telling you how many properties matched your selection criteria. If you are happy with the number of results, click on “Continue”. If you would like to revise your search, click on “Try Again”. Your result set will display all properties that match your “Find Foreclosures” selection criteria.

Dig into The Warren Group’s comprehensive real estate database with Foreclosure Stats.

Identify trends, and generate statistical reports, charts and graphs for your market area. Foreclosure Stats allows you to create and view statistics for petitions to foreclose (lis pendens in CT), scheduled foreclosure auctions, foreclosure deeds, and the ratio of foreclosure petitions to sales. Select state, county or town level. Foreclosure Stats covers Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, going back to 2007. With Foreclosure Stats, you can view:

  • Over 3 years of pre-foreclosure and foreclosure statistics
  • Statistics for all property types, single family, or condominiums
  • Color charts displaying market trends
  • Percent changes from one year to the next
  • Population, housing units, median ages, and other demographics
  • Narrative descriptions of towns

There are two ways to get to Foreclosure Stats from RE Records Search:

  1. Click on the Foreclosure Stats link on the RE Records Search home page
  2. Click on the Foreclosure Stats “ad” on any search screen within RE Records Search

Click here to go to Foreclosure Stats now.