Patch has 31 community sites in Virginia and D.C. with some of the most in-demand neighborhoods in the commonwealth. Each site routinely covers local real estate.
Foreclosures nationwide are on the decline, writes Amrita Jayakumar in the Washington Post. In Virginia, the number of homes in foreclosure is down more than 42 percent from where it was a year ago, according to the report released Tuesday by LPS Applied Analytics, a market research company.
The state has foreclosures resources for Virginia homeowners.
Using real estate listings from our friends at AOL Real Estate and Zillow, Patch editors looked at bank-owned property on the market last week.
Old Town WOW House: 534 N. Pitt St.
Foreclosure Home Sales in Chantilly
Three Foreclosures for Sale in Annandale
Foreclosure Homes for Sale in Lorton
Six Foreclosure Homes for Sale in Fairfax Station and Clifton
Four Foreclosure Homes for Sale in Burke
Reston WOW House: Foreclosure Deal in 20190
Real Estate: Foreclosures in Fairfax County/City
Two New Foreclosures for Sale in Kingstowne
Tysons Foreclosure: Townhouse for $425K