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#119279 - 04/29/06 07:56 AM Foreclosures/Pre-forclosures
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Anyone know how these work in Canada, specifically Calgary, as to where to find them?

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#119280 - 04/29/06 08:05 AM Re: Foreclosures/Pre-forclosures
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how these work?
Do you mean how does the process of judicature work or how does the process of buying one work.
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#119281 - 04/29/06 08:07 AM Re: Foreclosures/Pre-forclosures
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I'm specifically looking for how to find them, where to look?

But that information on the process of buying them and everything else to do with foreclosures would be great.

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#119282 - 04/29/06 11:18 AM Re: Foreclosures/Pre-forclosures
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Your local real estate agent is your best source. In the near future one agent will have access to all CMHC foreclosures but there is also individual institutions, and court ordered sales. These will generally be listed on MLS with an agent. When I know who gets the contract for the cmhc properties for Alberta I will post it.
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#119283 - 05/01/06 12:31 PM Re: Foreclosures/Pre-forclosures
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What about the process of judicature?

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#119284 - 05/01/06 02:00 PM Re: Foreclosures/Pre-forclosures
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Can you elaborate further on your question?
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#119285 - 07/18/06 10:59 AM Re: Foreclosures/Pre-forclosures
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is there an established REO (real estate owned - foreclosed homes) industry in Canada similar to that in the US? And if there is, could anyone point me to some web sites of the major sellers of these types of homes.

Thank you.

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#119286 - 07/27/06 09:10 PM Re: Foreclosures/Pre-forclosures
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These properties are marketed on MLS. Contact your local Realtor. Where I work we can handle the entire province of Alberta. Most financial institutions and court ordered sales also go through MLS.
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#436395 - 05/29/14 08:00 AM Re: Thinking of adding individual province sub-forums - your opinions please [Re: Admin]
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Does anyone know if Canada has a similar market of BPOs like USA?

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#436438 - 05/30/14 03:43 AM Re: Thinking of adding individual province sub-forums - your opinions please [Re: 2 62n6266mn]
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The opportunities for BPOs in Canada is somewhat different and a lot smaller. There are really just a few large relocation companies doing most of the work. When I worked for one of the large national real estate companies that also owned one of the largest relocation companies it would be the office broker nearest to the subject property doing the BPO.

Smaller financial and relocation companies tended to use just one agent in an area for BPOs and that agent would often end with the listing if the property came to market. That was the major reason for taking the (low paying) BPO. No one I know really thinks of BPOs as a viable revenue stream.

There doesn't seem to be a lot of BPOs. Full evaluations seem to be more usual.

I have been not actively selling real estate for a few years now so there may have been some changes.
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#442719 - 01/25/15 04:39 AM Re: Thinking of adding individual province sub-forums - your opinions please [Re: 2 62n6266mn]
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Foreclosures in Canada are night and day different to the US. The best deals in Canada will always be pre-foreclosure and that means your realtor has to keep their ears to the ground or pull title and look for signs of trouble (Pending litigation etc). If you get in there, there is less competition. In court the Master/Judge is required to prove that they are getting fair market value for the property. If it is a great deal, the listing realtor will have done (should have done) an awesome job of creating competition in the courtroom to ensure that the property sells for FMV
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#459855 - 11/22/17 10:05 AM Re: Foreclosures/Pre-forclosures [Re: 2 62n6266mn]
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Anyone know how these work in Canada, specifically Calgary, as to where to find them?



I think the only way to find them would be contact the banks directly and become the preferred agent on there files.

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