Sheriff Sales

Find amazing real estate deals at a Sheriff's sale near you. Buy your dream home for a fraction of its market value!


Whether you're a first-time homebuyer or experienced investor, a Sheriff's sale is a great way to save – or make – money in today's sizzling real estate market. If you are looking to capitalize on foreclosure properties being sold at these public auctions, is a tremendous resource that will get you on the path to success.

If a homeowner borrows money to finance his or her home, and can't pay the mortgage, it goes into default. To get their money back, lenders will often foreclose on the property and sell it at a public auction to the highest bidder. In some states, the Sheriff manages, conducts and holds these foreclosure sales.

These properties must be sold!

Don't worry about outdated lists or leads, because is America's largest and most accurate searchable database of foreclosed homes. Our data, which is acquired directly from hundreds of foreclosing lenders and government agencies, is updated twice daily so that you can find these deals as soon as they come on the market.

In addition to foreclosures, you can search more than 1.8 million preforeclosure, bankruptcy, FSBO, and tax lien listings across the United States conveniently in one place.

Even if you are unfamiliar with the process of buying a property at Sheriff's sale, you can access resources and links on that will walk you through it step-by-step. And, unlike other Web sites, provides you with complete contact information for every listing. has everything you need to profit from real estate. We make searching easier!


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