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People buying foreclosed properties owned by Bank of America should determine how much they can afford, use the bank's online property locator, hire real estate specialists and get properties inspected, advises the Bank ... More »

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The delay between foreclosure and buying another home depends on whether homeowners apply for conventional, Veterans Affairs or Federal Housing Association loans, according to Realtor.com. Wait periods vary between lende... More »

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Banks repossess and resell or auction boats if their owners fail to pay for them. Vendors label these vehicles as "repo" or "foreclosed" to signal cheaper prices. More »

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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 spe... More »

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Banks such as Bank of America, Chase, RealtyTrac and Wells Fargo have search options to allow users to locate foreclosed property, also referred to as real estate owned properties. Banks usually own these properties afte... More »

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The U.S. Department of Treasury Real Property Auctions website is a dependable property auction listing site that features seized properties from across the United States. All auctions on this website are open to the pub... More »

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Individuals can apply for various Bank of America accounts by accessing the bank's website, selecting the banking option and choosing a specific type of account, such as checking, savings or student banking. Interested c... More »

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