Between CNN, CNBC, Fox, and sometimes C-Span, all of this bleak and unending analysis of the mortgage crisis has left you with one question: where's all the foreclosed homes at? Get the answer in excruciating detail, with Roost.
Roost, the Frisco-based real estate search engine vaunted for its super comprehensive property pool and stupid-simple utility, has just added more than 1.5 million foreclosed homes nationwide, from Florida...to Fresno, which apparently can get more depressing. Just enter a city/zip, dictate price and # of beds/baths, and Roost'll spit back listings w/ photos; next, hit "foreclosures" on a dropdown and your list'll reflect only unwisely purchased homes for your unwise consideration. Rearrange said list by price, square footage, or foreclosure type to see which properties are at auction, which are already bank-owned, and which are in default, leaving nothing left for you to do but show up with your toothbrush and a sh*t-eating grin
Once your list looks prime, one more click links you to Roost's partner site RealQuest for property specifics (lien position, estimated true value...) and neighborhood analysis (nearby foreclosures, their median price...), leaving you with only one question: "Wait, isn't this my house?".