Foreclosure.com and USATODAY.com Announce Partnership

Foreclosure.com today announced that it has been selected as the exclusive foreclosure data provider for USATODAY.com’s real estate channel. Visitors can access the listings online at usatoday.foreclosure.com. “Essentially, our readers can now search more than 1.2 million real estate listings without ever leaving USATODAY.com,” said Sean A. McNevin, business development, USATODAY.com. “We preserve our brand integrity and offer our readers the most reliable and comprehensive selection of residential foreclosures in the country. It’s a win-win scenario.” Foreclosure.com, which also offers preforeclosure, bankruptcy, FSBO, tax lien and Live Auction listings in one convenient location, provides visitors with educational materials and resources to help them make informed purchasing decisions. Under the agreement, USATODAY.com will obtain data from Foreclosure.com and provide its site visitors with seamless access to America’s most comprehensive database of foreclosure listings through an innovative co-brand site creation. “Overall, foreclosures are rising throughout the United States, which creates tremendous investment opportunities for homebuyers and investors,” said Brad Geisen, president and CEO, Foreclosure.com. “Thanks to this dynamic partnership, we will be able to share these great deals with millions of people.” The data from Foreclosure.com includes property information and in-depth details such as exclusive tax roll information, property photos, as well as seller/listing contact information.

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