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Utah For Sale by Owner

Why use Zillow?

Zillow helps you find the newest Utah real estate listings. By analyzing information on thousands of single family homes for sale in Utah and across the United States, we calculate home values (Zestimates) and the Zillow Home Value Price Index for Utah proper, its neighborhoods, and surrounding areas. If you’re looking to rent in Utah. check out our extensive list of luxury apartments and townhomes. We make it easy to find your dream home by filtering home types, price, and size. Filtering with keyword search is also possible, like “waterfront” homes in Utah.

For Sale

These properties are currently listed for sale. They are owned by a bank or a lender who took ownership through foreclosure proceedings. These are also known as bank-owned or real estate owned (REO).

Properties that may be coming to the market soon but are not yet found on a multiple listing service (MLS). They include pre-foreclosures, foreclosed homes and homes with a Make Me Move price. Most of these properties are only found on Zillow.

These properties are owned by a bank or a lender who took ownership through foreclosure proceedings. They may soon be listed for sale. These properties are not found on a multiple listing service (MLS).

The lender initiated foreclosure proceedings on these properties because the owner(s) were in default on their loan obligations. Pre-foreclosures also include properties for which a foreclosure auction is scheduled. These properties are not found on a multiple listing service (MLS).

Homes that owner(s) have set a dream price a price they’d be willing to sell it for, as well as to test the waters and gauge interest. These properties are only found on Zillow.


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Becoming a Notary Public has never been easier. All of your State’s Contact Information is listed for your reference and review. Scroll down and you will find your State’s Qualifications and easy to follow Application Procedures.

Thanks for allowing the Notary Learning Center to help you in becoming a Notary Public.

Because the qualifications and requirements are different for each state, use the “Select another State” menu above for information specific to becoming a Notary Public in that State.

State Contact. Office of the Lieutenant Governor
Appointing Authority: Lieutenant Governor

Contact:
Utah State Capitol
Notary Office, Suite 220
Salt Lake City, UT 84114

Postal Address:
Utah State Capitol Complex
PO Box 142325
Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-2325

Applicants for the office of notary public must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be 18 years of age or older
  • Must be resident of the State of Utah for 30 days preceding the appointment and maintain residency during the commission term
  • Must be able to read, write and speak the English language
  • Submit an application to the lieutenant governor containing no significant misstatement or omission of fact
  • Be a Utah resident or have permanent resident status under Section 245 of the Immigration and Nationality Act
  • Be endorsed by two residents of the state who are over the age of 18
  • Pass the exam

Appointment
Lieutenant Governor

Notary Education
Recommended – not required

Notary Exam
Required by state law

Bond
$5,000 (Ordered before filing your application)

Seal of Office
Rubber stamp seal with reproducible purple ink required by state law. Embossing Seal is optional and can only be used in conjunction with your rubber seal stamp.

Notary Journal
Officially recommended by the state

E & O insurance
Not required – Errors and Omissions Insurance is recommended for notary protection

Step 1: Complete the Mandatory Notary Training and Online Exam

Download a copy of the Utah Notary Public Study Guide in preparation for the exam.

Take the Utah Notary Public Exam. Pay the testing and application fees together by credit card. You pay both the $45 application fee and the $30 testing fee together at the end of the test. Once you pay, your test is automatically submitted. Results are immediate. PRINT or SAVE your answers if you want a record. Remember, once you log out or leave the page displaying the questions or answers, all will be lost except for the score, which will be saved in the database. If you passed the test, print your application.


New and Renewing Notary Packages
Renewing Notary Packages do not come with a notary journal

Our New and Renewal Notary Packages DO NOT include your required $5,000 Utah Notary Bond. The State of Utah requires purchasing your notary bond which you will need to send along with your notary application.

Step 2: Order your Utah Notary Supplies from The Notary’s Store but you will need to order your notary bond separately.

Once you receive notice that you have passed the state exam you will need to acquire a $5,000 surety bond to send with your application. Please visit The Notary’s Store you will be entering the Utah section for your official surety bond. We offer a New Notary Supply Package and a Renewal Notary Supply Package which include your required Utah notary seal/stamp and officially recommended Utah Notary Journal. and other needed notary supplies at a special reduced price, but you will need to order your required $5,000 Utah Notary Bond separately.To order, enter all required information and scroll down through the page to locate the notary packages, or you can purchase your notary supplies separately. Follow the onscreen instructions through checkout and your supplies will be sent to you as soon as your order is processed, and will ship in usually no more than 1-2 business days. Once you have your official bond and have made a copy of the actual bond for your records you may proceed with step 3.

Note: An Errors and Omissions insurance Policy does not replace a bond, but will help to repay the bonding company if a claim is ever made. An errors and omissions policy is not required by law, but may be purchased as it protects the notary public and pays for any charges the notary might owe for legal fees and costs should the notary be sued.

Step 3: Submit your Notary Public Application

Sign your application. You must receive endorsements from two permanent Utah residents who are over the age of 18. Each endorser must print their name, residence address, and signature in the spaces provided on your application. Endorsers must sign your application. Mail your application, bond and oath of office form to:

Utah State Capitol
Notary Office, Suite 220
PO Box 142325
Salt Lake City, UT 84114

It takes up to 1-2 weeks to process, No rush service available. Check the spelling on your Certificate of Authority of Notary Public. All information on your certificate comes from the data you entered when applying to take the test. Sign your Certificate of Authority of Notary Public in the presence of a notary.

Step 4: REQUIRED INFORMATION TO COMPLETE YOUR ORDER

If you order a New or Renewal Supply Package or a Notary Seal/Stamp separately, you must provide a copy of your Certificate of Authority of Notary Public . If you are not yet a Notary, you may order your New or Renewal Supply Package now and we will hold your supply package and/or seal pending our receiving your required document(s).

If ordering a stamp or seal, please make sure the Official Name and Commission Expiration date you provide above are exactly the same as the information on your notary commission. Embossing seals, when used, should only be used in conjunction with your purple ink stamp.

For stamp orders, please MAIL or FAX a NOTARIZED COPY of your Commission Certificate to:

Notary Learning Center
500 New York Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50313-4908

Fax: 951-808-9594
We cannot release your stamp until we have this copy.

Once you receive your official seal and other notarial supplies from The Notary’s Store, you may begin acting in your official capacity as a notary public for the State of Utah.


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Married. Gay. And Mormon. (Part 1)

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What happens to Mormons who are gay and still have a strong testimony of LDS beliefs? Can they remain active in a church that claims to welcome them but whose policies have been—and continue to be—damaging?

In this guest post, journalism MFA student Kristin Lowe follows a same-sex couple over the course of four months as they move from Hawaii to Washington and learn that “bishop roulette” is very real in the LDS Church.

Because of length, I’m putting up the first section today and the conclusion tomorrow. JKR

A guest post by Kristin Lowe

Nick Einbender tucked his blue dress shirt into his pants and began tying his tie. Looping it around his neck, his fingers flew intuitively through his Sunday morning ritual until the tie knotted just-so and tightened up under his collar.

This particular tie had been a parting gift on Nick’s last Sunday in the Manoa Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Honolulu. After years of staying away, the Manoa Ward had been a place of returning, a spiritual home.

Nick looked at his husband Spencer—his dark hair combed, his own tie knotted neatly, ready for church. Watching their reflections move side by side in the bathroom mirror, Nick was filled with apprehension for the Sunday morning ahead.

Nick and Spencer were born and raised Mormons in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It’s no longer a sin to be Mormon and gay, but the church says it is a sin to act on same-sex attraction. Nick and Spencer are trying to navigate the largely uncharted territory of being gay and married and active in the LDS church.

By the church’s standards, they are living in sin and are subject to church discipline. When they got married in Hawaii, they lost the privileges of full membership in the church, and they were forced to accept painful restrictions—no partaking of the sacrament on Sundays, no callings in their ward, no temple attendance, and no wearing of sacred garments.

Still, they believed. Still, they stayed.

Nick said, “I’ve never been able to deny my testimony of the things I’ve loved my entire life. I still have a testimony that all those things are true. This is my tribe. These are my people. This is the common language that I speak with my family, my friends. It has power to be good. It is such a beautiful thing. And when it’s practiced the way Christ practiced it, I think Mormonism is the most beautiful thing in the world.”

On this Sunday, they were about to attend a new ward in Washington, DC. They pulled into the chapel parking lot in their blue 2008 Toyota Camry. They were comfortably on time. Nick is a Major in the United States Air Force and serves as a dentist. His blonde hair is cut short. His athletic build speaks more to his ritualistic 10 mile, 4:30 a.m. runs than his legendary love for food. In the summer of 2016, he learned that after three years of being stationed at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, he would be transferred to Joint Base Andrews in Maryland.

The bustling streets of the nation’s capital still didn’t feel like home. Amidst the chaos of moving across the ocean, buying a historic 1908 brownstone home in the Capitol Hill district, and spending $120,000 on never-ending renovations, Nick and Spencer were living through the most stressful months of their lives, not to mention their one-and-a-half-year-old marriage. It was easy to miss the sunny beaches and swaying palm trees of Hawaii, where they left more than the familiarity of island living. They left well-loved friends and a church that became a refuge.

Before moving to Hawaii, Nick spent three years of Sundays not donning a dress shirt and not tying his tie, not going to church at all. He had served a two-year mission for the church, graduated from church-owned Brigham Young University, and tried to date women. He believed with all his heart that the church was true. But, the pressure to date, marry a woman, and eventually have a family—all things he could not see for himself—mounted.

He was determined to fight his battle with being gay on his own terms. That meant silently. He could not reconcile being gay with LDS doctrine. And so, he left. After years of concealing who he really was, he left determined to shake the feelings of shame that shrouded his every waking moment.

He thought being gay, and not LDS, would help fill an empty part of him. And it did for a time. But, the church—the gospel of Jesus Christ that he loved—had been such an integral part of his life. He needed it to be an integral part in any future partner’s life as well. He realized he wanted and needed what seemed unfathomable: to be actively gay and an active Mormon. He came to believe that he needed to be true to his physical and spiritual identity at the same time.

After re-connecting with a close friend and LDS LGBTQ ally, he decided to attend an Affirmation Conference sponsored by LDS LGBTQ members in Provo, Utah with his parents in the fall of 2014.

It was here that things began to change for Nick. He met people who loved the church as much as he did and chose to be in a gay relationship. After years of feeling an immense weight of guilt for who he was, he finally began to feel an inkling of the peace he’d been seeking. “I met spiritual people who love the gospel that chose to be in a gay relationship,” Nick said. “Wait. What? They can make it? They can make it work? I had a thousand questions for them.”

In one session, the instructor opened the class with a question and invited the group to answer. A tall dark-haired man stood and spoke. When the session closed, the dark-haired man approached Nick, stuck out his hand and said, “Hi. I’m Spencer. I want to be your friend.”

Spencer Mickelson came to the conference alone. He came hoping to break free from the nagging feeling his “Plan A” life was void because he had made so many mistakes. He said, “There was something about me that always felt bad for being gay or that I was going to live a Plan B life because I wasn’t strong enough to be straight.”

It wasn’t until the day before he met Nick that he began to feel that it really was okay to be gay. At the time, Spencer had a calling in his ward as the gospel doctrine teacher and attended the temple regularly. He said:

My decisions were very thought out. They were very conscious. It wasn’t just, ‘Oh, I like this guy. I’m going to date him.’ It couldn’t be that casual, because I had thought about what it means to be gay, and what it means to be Mormon. And the reason I was going to the temple and the reasons why I was fine being the gospel doctrine teacher was that I hadn’t met somebody that I was going to get married to. I had my formative experiences. I made my decisions and I was committed to being celibate until I met somebody I wanted to marry.

Within the year, Nick and Spencer dated and married. Spencer moved to Hawaii, and the ward members embraced them both. Although they were not able to hold callings, the bishop and other leaders in the ward found opportunities for them to serve. Nick and Spencer felt they belonged. They were allowed to comment in classes and share their testimonies and life experiences as gay members of the church. Above all, they were loved and accepted.

On Nick and Spencer’s last Sunday morning in August, the Manoa Ward members gathered in a striking white meetinghouse nestled among the tall buildings and palm trees of downtown Honolulu to worship, and to say goodbye. At the close of the first meeting, Nick and Spencer were invited to stand in front of the congregation while over three hundred members expressed their love through song. Their voices rose and fell to the melodic tune of “Aloha Oe.” Nick stood with his husband’s arm around him.

Farewell to thee

Farewell to thee

Until we meet again.

Nick buried his face in his hands and sobbed. The members formed a line and waited for their turn to say goodbye. A petite Hawaiian woman dressed in a colorful floral print dress, her skin pleasantly wrinkled in a smile, was the first. The top of her graying head reached Nick’s torso. She stretched her thin arms up to place a lei of homegrown purple corn blossoms around first Nick’s neck and then Spencer’s, and left them with a faint squeeze of a hug.

There were more hugs and heartfelt well-wishes. Lei piled higher around their necks. Lei of dark brown kukui nuts and clusters of tiny white seashells. Lei of frayed maroon and gold ribbon that mimicked the blooms of some unclassified tropical flower. A men’s neck tie—a spontaneous and heartfelt offering—also hung from Nick’s neck.

Nick and Spencer were known and loved in Honolulu. But, starting all over was difficult. Would they find the same acceptance in a new ward miles across the ocean in the nation’s capital?

To be continued tomorrow . . .

Dentist in provo utahKristin Lowe is an active member of the LDS Church who loves her faith and her faith community. She is currently a MFA student in the University of Georgia’s Grady College of Journalism studying narrative nonfiction writing, while also learning to embrace the beautiful mess of being a mother of five.


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How we work

Fillmore Spencer understands the legal system can seem intimidating. That is why our attorneys always explain the law as it applies to your case and make sure you understand the why behind our strategies and actions. We also believe in getting things done right the first time, so we take the time to understand your goals from the beginning. As your case progresses, we make it a point to keep you up to date on all developments.

Serving our clients and community with excellence and integrity

At Fillmore Spencer LLC, we are devoted to building long-term relationships with our clients and with the community. We have served as legal counsel to America’s Freedom Festival at Provo since 1996, and our business community sponsorships include Corporate Alliance and the Utah Valley Entrepreneurial Forum.

Stay proud for the long haul with a Provo legal team that shares your values

Whether you’re a Utah Valley resident or own a local business, you’ll find an objective, compassionate and highly competent team with a focused approach to your legal dilemma at Fillmore Spencer LLC. Contact us for a free initial consultation to see how our court-tested lawyers can help with your legal issue.

Fillmore Spencer LLC is located in Provo, UT and serves clients in and around Eagle Mountain, Highland, Lindon, Orem, Provo, Pleasant Grove, Saratoga Springs, Springville, Elberta, American Fork, Wallsburg, Alpine, Mapleton, Midway, Lehi, Spanish Fork, Cedar Valley, Draper, Heber City, Payson, Salem, Goshen, Sandy, Santaquin, Riverton, Duchesne County, Juab County, Sanpete County, Summit County, Utah County, Uintah County and Wasatch County.


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Utah Social Security Disability Benefits Lawyer

At the Salt Lake City law firm of Ward Harper, Attorney at Law, we help people throughout of Utah, including Salt Lake City, Ogden, Provo, Orem, Logan, Vernal and Price, to establish their right to benefits under disability benefits programs run by the Social Security Administration. Contact our office for a free evaluation of your case.

The Social Security disability claims process can present many hurdles for people trying to establish their eligibility for benefits. I represent individuals throughout the claims process. At the third stage of the process, I represent claimants in hearings before administrative law judges to prove their disabilities and right to collect payment. I usually win by the administrative hearing stage. But if not, I appeal. I have taken cases all the way to the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.

Success in SSDI and SSI Appeals

I have won 99% of my cases since January 2001. Through September 2010, this amounted to 940 wins and 8 losses. I have won 1665 cases since 1994. Attorney Ward Harper will personally represent you before a judge and make the decisions in your case, not an associate or paralegal.

No Legal Fees Unless We Obtain Benefits for You

I charge no attorney’s fee while we are working on your case. Our standard fee is 25 percent of past-due benefits when we collect them on your behalf, up to a maximum of $6,000, if we win before appealing to federal court, as we usually do. Future benefits are all yours. You therefore pay nothing up front to benefit from our experience and skill.

Ward Harper has focused on Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) cases for his entire career as a lawyer (since 1988) and advocate for Utah Legal Services since 1984. With more than 26 years of experience and a proven record of success in Social Security benefits litigation, he can help you collect the benefits you need. Contact his office in Salt Lake City for a free evaluation of your claim .

Every legal matter is different. The outcome of each legal case depends upon many factors, including the facts of the case. An attorney’s success in past legal matters should not be relied upon to predict a successful outcome in your own case.


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Welcome to Classic Motors

Family owned since 1936, Classic Motors offers a friendly small town buying experience unlike any other.  We pride ourselves in earning repeat customers and have sold cars and trucks to the same families for generations.  We offer a large selection of new Chrysler, Jeep, and Dodge cars and trucks, along with hand selected used cars and trucks.

We are also the leading supplier of the unique Dodge Ram Underground and Jeep J8 for the underground mining sector. We custom build a wide assortment of vehicles that are MSHA approved for underground use.   Check out our MSHA approved vehicles by clicking on the vehicles link at the top of this page and selecting MSHA Approved Underground Vehicles.

Give us a chance to be of service and let us earn your loyalty for a lifetime!

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At our greater Richfield new and used Dodge, Jeep and Chrysler dealership your satisfaction is our primary concern. With a knowledgeable sales team, large inventory and everyday low prices, Classic Motors is the first and last place you will need to shop for a new or used car by Dodge, Jeep or Chrysler. We are dedicated to exceeding the expectations of each individual that walks through the dealership’s door.  The staff at Classic Motors in Richfield is proud to serve the communities of Salt Lake City, Saint George, Cedar City, Provo and American Fork with Dodge, Jeep and Chrysler vehicles and would  like to have the opportunity to earn your business.  We are always available to answer your questions and can easily be contacted at the number listed above.

Get a new 2015 Ram 2500 , Durango, Journey, Dart, Wrangler, Grand Cherokee, Cherokee, 300, Town & Country or Caravan from Richfield’s Classic Motors and you’ll get a great vehicle, at a great price, with the experience and dedication of our team behind you throughout the purchasing process, and the duration of your ownership of your Dodge, Jeep or Chrysler automobile. Our service to you does not end at the sale. Call us anytime with questions. Our entire team at Classic Motors is here to help. If you’re looking to purchase from a dealership dedicated to its customers, come by Richfield’s Classic Motors and experience our service for yourself!

Looking for a used car in Richfield that exceeds your expectations? Classic Motors will find you the perfect well-maintained used car at a great price. Whether you’re looking for jeeps for sale or dodge truck models, our huge inventory of high quality vehicles, we are certain that we can locate a used car that suits your taste.  Our greater Richfield used car inventory has vehicles by many of today’s top automakers. If you have not been able to locate a specific new or used car in Richfield we are at your service.  Complete our no-obligation CarFinder form and we will notify you when the vehicle arrives at our Richfield area new and used Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge dealership.

More About New and Used Cars by Dodge, Jeep and Chrysler in Richfield

For a low interest rate car loan in Richfield. visit the experts at Classic Motors. We’ve helped people get the car loans that fit their budget so that they could drive away with a new or used car quickly. Regardless of your credit status we can help. No credit or bad credit? No problem. Come down to 120 South Main Street and speak to a financial professional. An affordable car loan or lease is within reach at Classic Motors.

Classic Motors is here to serve all of your automotive needs.  If you need Ram, Dodge, Jeep or Chrysler car repair in Richfield. let our skilled auto technicians diagnose and repair your vehicle. Complete our service appointment form and we will get your car, truck or SUV into our service facility as soon as possible. Our Ram, Dodge, Jeep and Chrysler car part s department has the component you need to repair your car, truck or SUV. Whether you need brakes, mufflers or the latest air intake, our Dodge, Jeep and Chrysler car part staff will get you what you need.  For added convenience, you can complete the Classic Motors parts form and order your Dodge, Jeep or Chrysler parts online.

Thank you for visiting our website, and we hope to see you soon at our dealership. You can learn more about Classic Motors on our About Us page, but there’s no better way to get to know us than to come visit us in person. We’re located at 120 South Main Street, and we’re happy to help you in any way we can. Classic Motors, proudly providing quality Dodge, Jeep and Chrysler vehicles to Richfield, Utah.


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Utah DUI Defense Attorney

Why Choose David Rosenbloom?

  • I exclusively defend DUI cases throughout Utah.
  • A member of the National College For DUI Defense Attorneys. Experienced, Dedicated and Successful Lawyer.
  • We thoroughly and aggressively investigate cases, from the moment we are hired, to build the best possible defense.
  • NEVER Plead Guilty Without A Competent DUI Attorney Evaluating Your Case First.

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Welcome to Auto Body Smart Parts

Utah’s Number 1 Source for Aftermarket Auto Parts!

Our goal is to provide high quality parts and customer service, with cost effective repair solutions for consumers and the automotive collision and repair industry.

Our motto is “Price + Quality x Service = ValueВІ. We use top quality ISO certified manufacturers including; TYC, Jui-Li, Tong Yang, TYGP-(made in USA), Kool Vue/Perfect Fit, Dorman, Gordon Auto Body Parts, Pro Fortune, Alponex and more.

We carry many CAPA and NSF certified parts. We offer parts that are designed and manufactured to industry leading specifications to ensure the best quality, fit, and performance while maintaining competitive industry prices.

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Moab Area Camping

Commercial Campgrounds Cabins

Commercial (privately owned) campgrounds generally have many conveniences such as showers, running water, RV hook-ups, flush toilets, and more. They also generally accept reservations. This list includes all commercial campgrounds in the Moab area.
Click here for a complete list.

Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Campgrounds

There is an abundance of Bureau of Land Management (BLM) campgrounds on the public lands surrounding Moab. Please note that Individual campsites are available on a first come – first served basis. No reservations are accepted . (Some campgrounds have reservable group sites.) BLM campgrounds are located in extremely scenic locations, are very well maintained, and provide the perfect environment for family oriented camping. Many BLM campsites are suitable for RVs, although hook-ups are not available.
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National Park, State Park, Forest Campgrounds

Campgrounds within the State Parks, National Parks National Forests generally have less amenities than privately owned campgrounds (no showers, etc.), however they are often located within exceptionally scenic areas.
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Utah For Sale by Owner

Why use Zillow?

Zillow helps you find the newest Utah real estate listings. By analyzing information on thousands of single family homes for sale in Utah and across the United States, we calculate home values (Zestimates) and the Zillow Home Value Price Index for Utah proper, its neighborhoods, and surrounding areas. If you’re looking to rent in Utah. check out our extensive list of luxury apartments and townhomes. We make it easy to find your dream home by filtering home types, price, and size. Filtering with keyword search is also possible, like “waterfront” homes in Utah.

For Sale

These properties are currently listed for sale. They are owned by a bank or a lender who took ownership through foreclosure proceedings. These are also known as bank-owned or real estate owned (REO).

Properties that may be coming to the market soon but are not yet found on a multiple listing service (MLS). They include pre-foreclosures, foreclosed homes and homes with a Make Me Move price. Most of these properties are only found on Zillow.

These properties are owned by a bank or a lender who took ownership through foreclosure proceedings. They may soon be listed for sale. These properties are not found on a multiple listing service (MLS).

The lender initiated foreclosure proceedings on these properties because the owner(s) were in default on their loan obligations. Pre-foreclosures also include properties for which a foreclosure auction is scheduled. These properties are not found on a multiple listing service (MLS).

Homes that owner(s) have set a dream price a price they’d be willing to sell it for, as well as to test the waters and gauge interest. These properties are only found on Zillow.