Find Bank of America properties in foreclosure by visiting Bank of America's foreclosure website. The site lists properties owned by Bank of America that are currently in foreclosure, notes its website. Clicking on a specific state brings up listings for that particular state, and once a state is clicked, links for areas are available while clicking on an area brings up only the foreclosures located in that area.
Bank of America's foreclosure website also offers featured listings on its home page along with pictures of each foreclosed featured home. Clicking on the pictures pulls up the listing in better detail.
Details for both individual listings in the state property searches and the featured listings on Bank of America's home page include property details, such as the number of bedrooms and bathrooms in the home, the year it was built, the total living area and the type of home it is, such as single-family residential. A property description of the home is given, along with its property ID, which can be used for inquiries to Bank of America. Contact information for the local listing agent is also given, including the name of the agent, the real estate firm the agent works for, and a phone number for calling the agent about the home.