Foreclosure.com is a website that offers a national database of foreclosed, pre-foreclosed, government-owned and bankrupted properties to private individuals before they are advertised publicly. We compiled Foreclosure.com reviews from around the web to determine what customers think about the company.
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Foreclosure.com Customer Reviews
Summary of Foreclosure.com Customer Reviews
There are not that many user reviews out there on Foreclosure.com, but of the ones we found it seems that the company has generally positive ratings. Here’s what we found:
What Foreclosure.com does well:
Users who recommend Foreclosure.com recommend them because they have a wide selection of listings presented in an easy to navigate format.
What Foreclosure.com does not do well:
Users who left negative reviews said that Foreclosure.com’s weekly fees are too high for the information it gives.
Most Helpful Positive Review
A user who left a positive comment on Trust Pilot said that Foreclosure.com provides sufficient information and photos about listed properties and commends the site for making sure that interested buyers get a good visuals of the properties they are interested in.
Most Helpful Negative Review
A user who left a negative review on Trust Pilot said that he finds the weekly fees extremely expensive as he can just go to other sites that show the same quality of listings but offer the data for free.
Types of Properties Listed
Foreclosure.com segments the types of real estate listed on its platform to help customers easily find the kind of property they are looking for. The numbers below show the number of listings on the site as of the date this article was written.
|Type of Property||Number of listings|
|Rent to Own||1,696|
Foreclosure.com offers a 7-day free trial to interested subscribers. After the trial period, the site will charge $9.95 per week to continue having access to the site’s database of real estate properties.
Once users begin their 7-day free trial, they will be able to begin searching for available properties anytime by clicking “Login” at the top of each page. A user must cancel before the 7-day period expires to prevent being charged as the site requires new users to provide their payment details before having access to the trial period.