Rate of Foreclosure Homes Drop Dramatically In Some Areas of the United States
10/02/2009

Foreclosure listings company, Foreclosure DataBank, announces it has seen the rate of foreclosure homes drop dramatically in some areas. The company lets customers search an extensive list of foreclosure homes with over 1.5 million homes.

Online PR News – 02-October-2009 – – MIAMI BEACH, FL - With the economy bouncing back from recession, many areas around the United States are seeing a decline in the rate of foreclosure homes. Delaware, for instance, saw its foreclosure rate drop 15% between July and August, while Massachusetts saw its rate drop a dramatic 31% from the previous year.

Experts expect that the national foreclosure rate will decline even further, making now the perfect time for homeowners to take advantage of existing foreclosures to get a good deal on a home.

"Now is the perfect time to jump and buy a foreclosed home. Home availability is expected to drop even further in the next few months as economic stability returns. Home buyers who choose a foreclosed home can get an amazing deal on a great home or investment property. Interested buyers should check out our online database of foreclosure homes. Whether you live in California, Florida or somewhere in between, stop by our site and see what you can get for your money," said Steven Gould, president of Foreclosure DataBank.

Foreclosure DataBank has been providing interested homebuyers assistance finding foreclosed homes since 1998. It has contacts all across the country, including government agencies, brokers, agents, mortgage professionals, banks and lenders, and boasts the largest databank of foreclosures on the internet, with over 1.5 million properties. Customers can search by state or zip code, making it easy to find foreclosure listings across the nation.

In addition to a large database of foreclosures, Foreclosure DataBank also aims to help educate potential buyers on the process of buying a foreclosure, including information on regional foreclosure markets. The free, seven day trial membership includes daily updated listings of the entire 1.5 million property database, 24/7 customer service via the site's email system, a free foreclosure e-book and community information, including neighborhood profiles, maps and 360˚ streetside views.

"What makes us different from other companies that specialize in foreclosure listings is that we're committed to helping our customers find the right property. Whether you're looking for a primary residence or an investment property, we'll help you through the entire buying process. We offer our customers a unique, seven day trial so they can look through our extensive database of foreclosure properties before deciding whether they need our services for a longer period of time. Our team is full of real estate professionals from every area of real estate and we want to help our customers find the property with the highest investment potential, no matter what your price range is," said Gould.

About Foreclosure DataBank:
Foreclosure DataBank is a leading source of foreclosure homes, offering customers the chance to search over 1.5 million properties to find the perfect family residence or investment property. The company offers customers more than just foreclosure listings, with community information, neighborhood profiles and more.

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