Here's a quick video showing you how to use Trustee Sale Schedule. 

Trustee Sale tracking software that keeps you ahead of the competition.

Relied on by more trustee sale investors than any other service for more then a decade.

With PropertyRadar’s Trustee Sale Schedule, you know exactly what is coming up for auction, and when and where that trustee sale is happening. 

Persistent updates throughout the day to your laptop and smartphone will keep you up to speed on opening bids, postponements, cancellations, and sales. 

Our customers have relied on this service to successfully purchase over $40 billion in properties at trustee sale auctions, and so can you. 

Sale Updates EVERY 15 MINUTES, including:

  • Opening Bids
  • Postponements
  • Cancellations
  • Winning Bids
  • New REOs

One place for all of your pre-auction research.

A single convenient digital dashboard for all your photos, notes, transaction history, comparables and more.

  • Add photos, notes, and files.
  • Run and save comparables and investment analysis scenarios.
  • Research the title history, property characteristics, owner details, value, equity, and foreclosure details.
  • Never leave home without it with mobile apps.

If anything changes on your saved properties, we automatically update it for you. You’re never left wondering if the information you have is lacking or incomplete.

Never miss a deal. Get instant and automatic updates.

Automatic real-time alerts from tracking of postponements, sales, and cancellations as they happen.

No more wasting time and energy on properties that have already been sold or canceled – we update those items regularly throughout the day.

Stay updated on postponements – we not only provide the new date but the reason for the postponement, too. Our same-day tracking means you get information about new bank-owned properties weeks before other services.

If you value your time and care about having current, accurate, foreclosure information, we make sure you get notified by email or on your phone.

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