Well, sure I can. HUD Homes, in particular, are popular because often a buyer can also get renovation funds in their loan with a HUD 203(k) loan.
It is not a simple process or an easy loan to get, but it can be done.
This is the HMBI page that indexes all the cities where HUD is holding foreclosures in North Carolina. If your city is currently not in the index, there are currently no HUD homes available in your city. When one becomes available, your city will be back in the index.
It is an easy index to use. Check the boxes in front of the towns and cities where you have interest, scroll to the bottom, and click “Search.”
You will then see a page from HMBI listing HUD properties organized by town. Each property listing offers links where you can access information on bidding procedures, and more information about HUD Homes.
The site will also help you in finding a HUD-registered broker. I am registered with HUD, through Keller Williams in Cary, NC, and can access HUD homes and submit offers for buyers.
The HMB site will not give you the MLS number for the property. If you want the MLS number for a property, you can put the address into my website’s Address Search to get the MLS number.