Gain instant access to real, up to date South King County area distressed properties and their agents. Search South King County area REO, Fannie Mae HomePath®, HUD listings, and pre-foreclosures. We are also committed to bringing you South King County Short Sales.
The homes "for sale by owner" listings found in our database are NOT distressed properties, rather listings that are being represented soley by a private seller. Most of these will not be found on the local MLS as our team is also dedicated to helping you find the "hard to find" homes for sale in your local area.
This site is operated and managed locally and our team is dedicated to bringing you those "niche market" listings and connecting your directly with the representing agent on the distressed properties and the seller on the homes for sale by owner in the South King County market. Listings are updated daily so be sure to register and take advantage of all the features offered such as our property alert system. As always there is never fee or monthly cost to access our database.
If you are a real estate professional, deal with the buying or selling of distressed homes in the South King County area, and would like information about getting involved with our team please visit our professional affiliates page. If you are a seller wishing to sell without the assistance of a professional and would like to add your home to our database please visit our "Sell Your Home" page.
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