Here is where you can obtain a link to view online the bank owned homes that are located in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada foothills of California. Just pick the county you would like to see.
Foreclosure is the process in which a bank or other secured creditor sells or repossesses real property after the owner has failed to comply with an written agreement between the lender and borrower called the "mortgage", or the "trust deed". Typically, there has been a default in payment of a promissory note which was secured by a lien on the property. When the process is complete, the bank then owns the property and can sell that property for whatever price they want to. There are some incredible deals in the foothills of California right now.
THE GOLD COUNTRY OF CALIFORNIA
Foreclosure Properties Information and Areas
This list is comprised of homes that have been foreclosed on by banks and the homes Other names for these are REOs, bank owned homes, and foreclosure properties.
Amador County includes the following cities and areas: Amador City, Drytown, Fiddletown, Ione, Jackson, Martell, Pine Grove, Plymouth, Pioneer, River Pines, Sutter Creek, and Volcano.
Calaveras County includes the cities and areas of:
Angels Camp, Arnold, Avery, Copperopolis, Dorrington, Forest Meadows, Glencoe,
Mokelumne Hill, Mountain Ranch, Murphys,
Rail Road Flat, Rancho Calaveras, San Andreas, Sheep Ranch, Vallecito, Valley Springs, Wallace, West Point
El Dorado County includes the cities and areas of: Cameron
Park, Camino, Camp Sacramento, Coloma, Cool, Diamond Springs, Echo Lake, El
Dorado, El Dorado Hills, Garden Valley
Georgetown, Glencoe, Greenwood, Grizzly Flats, Happy Valley, Meyers, Mt. Aukum, Kyburz, Outingdale, Phillips, Pilot Hill,
Placerville, Pollock Pines, Rescue, Shingle Springs, Somerset, South Lake Tahoe, Strawberry, Twin Bridges
Madera County includes the cities and areas of: Ahwahnee, Bass
Lake, Bonadelle Ranchos-Madera Ranchos, Chowchilla, Coarsegold, Knowles, Madera,
Madera Acres, North Fork,
O'Neals, Oakhurst, Parksdale, Parkwood, Raymond, Ripperdan, Sugar Pine, Yosemite Lakes
Mariposa County includes the cities and areas of: Bear Valley,
Bootjack, Buck Meadows, Catheys Valley, Coulterville, El Portal, Foresta,
Greeley Hill, Hornitos, Jerseydale,
Lush Meadows, Mariposa, Midpines, Mt. Bullion, Oak Grove Estates, Ponderosa Basin, Wawona, Yosemite Valley
Nevada County includes the cities and areas of: Alta Sierra, Boreal, Cedar Ridge, Chicago Park, French Corral, Floriston, Graniteville, Grass Valley, Kingvale, Lake Wildwood, Lake of the Pines, Nevada City, Norden, North Bloomfield, North Columbia, North San Juan, Ophir Hill, Peardale, Penn Valley, Rough and Ready, Spenceville, Soda Springs, Sweetland, Truckee, Washington
Placer County includes the cities of: Auburn,
Colfax, Foresthill, Granite Bay, Kings Beach, Lincoln, Loomis, Meadow Vista,
Newcastle, Penryn, Rocklin, Roseville,
Tahoe City, Weimar.
Plumas County includes the cities and areas of: Almanor,
American House, Beckwourth, Belden, Blairsden, Buckeye, Bucks Lake, Canyondam,
Caribou, Cascade, Chester, Clio,
Crescent Mills, Cromberg, Delleker, Drakesbad, Elizabethtown, Five Points, Gate Place, Genesee, Graeagle, Greenhorn, Greenville, Hamilton Branch, Haven, Indian Falls, La Porte, Lake Almanor, Lake Davis, Meadow Valley, Portola, Prattville, Prospect, Quincy, Rock Creek, Seneca, Sloat, Spanish Ranch, Spring Garden, Storrie, Taylorsville, Tobin, Twain, Two Rivers,
Sierra County includes the cities and areas of: Alleghany, Calpine, Downieville, Forest, Goodyears Bar, Loyalton, Pike, Sattley, Sierra
Tuolumne County includes the cities and areas of: Chinese
Camp, Cold Springs, Columbia, Confidence, East Sonora, Groveland-Big Oak Flat,
Jamestown, Long Barn, Mi-Wuk
Village, Moccasin, Mono Vista, Phoenix Lake-Cedar Ridge, Sierra Village, Sonora, Soulsbyville, Strawberry, Tuolumne, Twain