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Click a city to find North Carolina home listings. We can find listings for all types of properties for sale, including houses, condos, land and townhomes.

Where available in North Carolina, we give you access to the local Foreclosure which is the most complete source for homes for sale listings.

Major North Carolina Metro Areas

View Foreclosure Listings and Homes for Sale in North Carolina
Albemarle Area Lumberton Area
Asheville Area Morehead City Area
Boone Area Mount Airy Area
Brevard Area New Bern Area
Burlington Area North Wilkesboro Area
Charlotte-Gastonia-Concord Area Raleigh-Cary Area
Dunn Area Roanoke Rapids Area
Durham Area Rockingham Area
Elizabeth City Area Rocky Mount Area
Fayetteville Area Salisbury Area
Forest City Area Sanford Area
Goldsboro Area Shelby Area
Greensboro-High Point Area Southern Pines-Pinehurst Area
Greenville Area Statesville-Mooresville Area
Henderson Area Thomasville-Lexington Area
Hickory-Lenoir-Morganton Area Virginia Beach-Norfolk-Newport News Area
Jacksonville Area Washington Area
Kill Devil Hills Area Wilmington Area
Kinston Area Wilson Area
Laurinburg Area Winston-Salem Area
Lincolnton Area  


Other North Carolina Cities

View Foreclosure Listings and Homes for Sale in these North Carolina cities.
Ahoskie Bryson City Cofield
Andrews Bullock Columbus
Autryville Burnsville Como
Bakersville Butner Creedmoor
Balsam Candor Creston
Banner Elk Cashiers Creswell
Beulaville Chadbourn Crossnore
Bladenboro Cherokee Crumpler
Blanch Clarkton Cullowhee
Bolton Clinton  


North Carolina Foreclosure Market Data

Housing units (2009): 4.25 million
Total Number of Properties w/ Foreclosure Filings (2008): 33,800
Number of Properties w/ Foreclosure Filings (Oct. 2010): 4,800
Foreclosure Rate: 1 out of every 875 properties
Number of Foreclosure Sales (2010): 5,300
North Carolina Median Foreclosure Sale Price (2010): $167,500
National Average Foreclosure Sales Price (2010): $171,400

North Carolina is located on the east coast and is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean. Spread out over 53,819 square miles of land, this state is made up of three geographic regions: the coastal plain, the Piedmont region, and the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Surrounded by breathtaking landscapes and scenic views, North Carolina is a great place to search for a new foreclosure property. With over 4,800 properties that have recently received notices of foreclosure, North Carolina contains a total of over 34,500 foreclosures. Mecklenburg County contains the highest number of foreclosures. With over 1,100 new foreclosures, Mecklenburg County contains at total of over 7,000 foreclosure homes that need to be sold. The average foreclosure sales price in Charlotte, NC is approximately $128,300. The average foreclosure sales price of North Carolina is approximately $137,800.



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