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Real Estate Event Definitions within RealValuator include
The bank or lender has initiated the Foreclosure process by advertising The Legal Notice of Default in the Legal Organ in the county where the homeowner resides. In order to have the legal right to foreclose on a homeowner’s property, the bank or lender must advertise this notice for 4 consecutive weeks. Typically the bank or lender will publish this legal notice after at least 90 days of delinquency. (Source: The Legal Organs where the Notices of Default are advertised, typically the County Newspaper.)
Denotes when the bank or lender has actually taken ownership of a property in default at the courthouse steps. (Source: Foreclosure deeds from the courthouse.)
Are the situations where a Government entity such as FANNIE, FREDDIE, HUD, or VA guaranteed a loan, the homeowner defaulted on that loan, the bank or lender foreclosed on the property, and the bank or lender transfers or conveys title of that property to the government entity which guaranteed that loan. (Source: Courthouse Deeds.)
Generally refer to these sales as arms length transactions, an individual lists their property through an agent and it sells, properties sold by owner, short sales are also included in this category because it is still the individual doing the selling. (Source: Courthouse Deeds.)
Sold properties having either a Lending Institution or a Government Entity as the seller. Bank foreclosed on a property and sold it out of their inventory, or Bank foreclosed on a property then conveyed title to a Government entity which sold it out of their inventory. (Source: Courthouse Deeds.)
Properties listed with an Agent in either FMLS or GAMLS. (Source: FMLS listing feed and GAMLS listing feed.)