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Zillow now lists homes in trouble

A foreclosed home in Miami. Zillow, a real estate service, is providing lists of homes in the foreclosure process. (Joe Raedle, Getty Images)

A foreclosed home in Miami. Zillow, a real estate service, is providing lists of homes in the foreclosure process. (Joe Raedle, Getty Images)


Real estate website Zillow.com has built a successful business out of telling online visitors how much your house is worth. Now it's telling the world whether you're in foreclosure.



The company on Thursday launched a free feature that allows anybody searching for homes to view those that aren't listed for sale but are headed that way because of financial distress.

For The Record
Los Angeles Times Sunday, October 28, 2012 Home Edition Main News Part A Page 4 News Desk 1 inches; 49 words Type of Material: Correction
Zillow.com foreclosures: An article in the Oct. 26 Business section about real estate website Zillow.com launching a feature that shows whether a property is in foreclosure said that the site initially would provide details on 1.8 million homes in the foreclosure process. The correct number is 1.2 million homes.

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