Bank Owned REO Database Lists


Where can I find REO Listings? Particularly companies like Countrywide, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Wachovia, Washington Mutual, Fannie Mae?

about 3 years ago alexpdx said:

I found a pretty recent list of almost all the direct foreclosure website right here.

Less things here but the big guys

almost 3 years ago Mike Dudic said:

BEST ANSWER There is a big list of these links at or if you want to search local banks/ credit unions you can go to


REO, or Real Estate Owned, is property that failed to sale at a foreclosure auction and is now owned by a bank. Below is a free list of banks and links to their REO property.

Some links below lead directly to the lenders REO Department while other link to third party websites that provide REO services for the lender.

Fannie Mae REO: Bank of America REO: Countrywide REO: HSBC REO:½/3/personal/home-loans/properties

OneWest Bank / IndyMac Bank REO: Ocwen Financial REO: JP Morgan Chase Bank REO: M&T Bank REO: Wells Fargo REO: Washington Mutual REO (WAMU): American Home Mortgage REO: They aren’t taking mortgage applications anymore but they are selling real estate, go figure. ;) Wachovia REO: Washington Mutual REO:

I could not locate any information about their REO.

Deutsche Bank REO:

No information is available online.

SunTrust REO:

SunTrust Mortgage, Inc website claims that all REO is listed with local real estate agents. Below is a link to their REO practices.

First Niagra Bank REO:

The First Niagra website states that REO listings are not currently available but they do list contact information.

Key Bank REO:

No Key Bank REO information is availabe at this time.

Compass Bank REO: Fannie Mae REO: Freddie Mac REO: HUD REO: also offers properties offered for sale by the government.

Coldwell Banker REO Division Coldwell Banker REO Division Regions Bank Properties

Citibank REO

SBA Properties

FDIC Real Estate Owned Sallie Mae Financial Services Properties BB&T REO (Branch Bank and Trust) Beal Bank Commercial REO GRP Financial Services Properties Fifth Third Bank REO: First Charter REO:

No information is available online.

People’s Bank REO,,1355,00.html State Street REO:

No information is available online.

National City Mortgage REO Taylor Bean REO Downey Savings & Loan   Investor Resources: Investor Foreclosure Lists Foreclosure Training Seven-Steps to Mastering Foreclosures

Additional Foreclosure Listings

RealtyTrac: Find Foreclosures with RealtyTrac.

Answered about 8 years ago

I’ve been doing research for our company using the REO sites listed on Mortgage News Daily. Our focus is geared more towards the commercial and multifamily assets so my feedback does not provide much assistance for the single family home investors. I found the following site for Wachovia that may be helpful:,,277,00.html I also did research on Key Bank. While I did not track down a specific website for the Key bank REO’s or foreclosures, I did e-mail several of the executives in the hope of finding some of this information. This site lists the debt capital executives as well as their contact info. I hope this helps.

Answered almost 7 years ago

For people searching for REOs in western states – Zions bank has a web page listing their foreclosures: This site allows a person to view pictures of the property, it also shows the listing agent and list price.  The site is well organized and updated often.

Answered almost 7 years ago
almost 3 years ago Mike Dudic said:

Zions is only one of the many. You can get a full list at


Many Realtors will provide you with complimentary lists of REO properties in cities you are interested in. Just ask. Todays Multiple Listing Services can filter email lists for just about any type of data including short sales, bank owned homes, pre foreclosures, probate properties, etc. allows you to search by foreclosues. So does and many others. I also like which is a paid service. When I checked with WAMU about their foreclosed homes they referred me to

Answered almost 7 years ago
Beth Walsh
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0 is a great site I found. Nice layout, all links work, linked to only free sites!

Answered almost 3 years ago

There is a big list of these links at ReoFinder, or if you want to search local banks and credit unions you can go to

Answered almost 3 years ago

You can contact the real-tors of that area or search the mortgage websites, financial directories and other such sources.

Answered about 1 year ago
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