HoustonForeclosure Listings

In business since 1999, foreclosurelistings.com has been providing foreclosure listings of foreclosures for sale in Houston Texas and nationwide. Our data will also include Houston Texas bank owned homes and REO properties. All our foreclosure listings are screened for accuracy by our team of professionals on a daily basis. All of our Houston Texas foreclosure homes for sale will also include the contact information, number of beds and baths, sqft and price.


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Houston Real Estate Facts and Amenities

Houston, Texas has 4,355 foreclosure properties located within its general area.

September 2013 saw an increase of 20% in the number of foreclosure filings from August 2013 and was 40% lower than during the same month last year. Although it increased from the month before, it still seems to be in a general decline.

Home sales during August 2013 declined by 8% from July 2013. Unfortunately, the median sales price of distressed homes was recorded to be about 277% higher than the median sales price of non-distressed homes.

In Texas, Houston is the most biggest city in the state and is driven economically primarily by the oil industry. Football is very popular in Houston and you don't want to miss out on the great Texas barbecue places you can find here. The Houston Space Center is one of the city's most popular tourist destinations.

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Houston Demographics and Housing Info

Houston's population is nowadays, according to the Census data, 3,379,842 people. The region is divided, in terms of racial composition as: 39.20% whites, 27.07% Hispanic, followed by 16.96% blacks, 4.63% Asians, 0.33% Indians and 11.82% other races. The median age of Houston population is 16 years old.

Nowadays, based on Census, you may find 5,269 households per zipcode. In Houston, the average value of a home is $55,059. There is a median of 1 people per property in the city. According to the Census, the average household income is $22,683.

Houston counts with 71,326 business places, according to Census report. By this number of business places, Census report counts that 1,394,313 employees are working. These employees receive $383,739 per year as payroll.

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ForeclosureListings.com User Reviews

Overall Rating

4 of 5

If you're curious about or customers' opinions read below the 5 testimonials about our foreclosure listings service:

The town my family and I were living didn't have the greatest schools nearby and I really wanted my middle-school age child to go to a charter school. After some research, my husband and I saw that Houston had a large number of charter schools available. Both of us also wanted to find better-paying jobs so moving to Houston made sense. My husband's friend suggested that we try foreclosurelistings.com's seven-day-trial. We did and really liked the site's map of Texas because it really helped narrow down our search. We didn't want to be looking at a list of foreclosures from every city in the state! Sometimes it was hard to reach homeowners but we eventually found a one-family with three bathrooms and a big yard near a charter school. My kid loves her new room!

Joe C. Cribbs gave Foreclosure Listings in Houston a 4.5 star rating.

I moved to Houston from Austin after joining this site. I needed to relocate due to my job and decided to purchase a foreclosure since they have the best prices on the market. It took me awhile to find a property in the area of Houston I was aiming to live in. There were no properties posted from that area for a month or two but I did find one, eventually. Otherwise, I had no problems and it's usually expected to spend a few months looking for a place to live.

Ella R. Mayfield gave Foreclosure Listings in Houston a 4 star rating.

I have been a member of this site for a few months and, so far, have had a satisfying experience. The customer service was pretty good and the information offered to first-time homebuyers was also quite helpful. However, some properties lacked pictures or contact information, although this was quite rare. The site may need to examine its listings more thoroughly before it posts them.

James J. Carter gave Foreclosure Listings in Houston a 3 star rating.

After having received my medical degree, I got a job working at the Texas Medical Center, which is one of the best in the country. Studying medicine at one the country's major universities can cost a lot of money, making me strapped for cash. I decided to see if there were any foreclosed houses or apartments and then joined this website. Foreclosurelistings.com's database is updated on a daily basis and they have high quality listings at reduced prices. It's also been around for a long time and its employees are well versed in the real estate field. The quality of the sites' articles could use some work, however, and their site navigation was a bit disorganized compared to others I had seen.

Stephanie M. Brewer gave Foreclosure Listings in Houston a 4 star rating.

I have visited Houston before and always admired the city's large amount of green spaces and tidy layout. There came a time when I grew tired of grimy New York City and decided to move to Houston. Since I was running low on money, my best option was to search around for foreclosed properties. My mother was a former member of this site and recommended I join it. At first I was a bit turned off by the monthly price, but that was before I examined all the features members have access to. After a few months, I did a one-family house in one of Houston's suburbs that was relatively cheap.

Carlos S. Strunk gave Foreclosure Listings in Houston a 4.5 star rating.