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ForeclosureRadar adds new foreclosure alert feature

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Aug 05, 2010

ForeclosureRadar , an online service that provides accurate, up-to-date information on the foreclosure markets in California, Arizona, Nevada, Oregon and Washington, has announced that it has released a new "Alerts" feature for the thousands of professional investors, Realtors, government agencies and financial institutions it counts among its subscribers. ForeclosureRadar Alerts deliver e-mail or text messages (SMS) and can be quickly generated to find and track foreclosures, or monitor opening bids at foreclosure auctions. ForeclosureRadar Alerts allow subscribers to: ►Proactively receive daily updates on new foreclosures by foreclosure stage, city, ZIP Code, number of beds, number of baths, square feet, estimated value and property type. ►Be notified whenever previously saved foreclosures have a change of status, including a new foreclosure notice on that property, postponement, cancellation or foreclosure sale. Subscribers may upgrade to Advanced Alerts, which allow subscribers to: ►Monitor opening bids, providing foreclosure auction investors an invaluable head start versus the competition at trustee sales. ►Have any property that matches their Alert criteria automatically saved, so that they can automate the workflow of finding and tracking foreclosures. ►Receive immediate Alerts on specific foreclosures via email and text message (SMS), in addition to the standard daily summary e-mails. Use ForeclosureRadar's full range of 60-plus search criteria. "The foreclosure market is incredibly complex and ever-changing, and success is predicated on access to quality information in a timely fashion," said Sean O'Toole, ForeclosureRadar's founder and chief executive officer. "ForeclosureRadar Alerts will further help our customers stay one step ahead of the competition." For more information, visit www.foreclosureradar.com.
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