On the foreclosure bus: Touring bank-owned homes in the San Gabriel Valley
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On the foreclosure bus: Touring bank-owned homes in the San Gabriel Valley

On the foreclosure bus: Touring bank-owned homes in the San Gabriel Valley
The business of ferrying prospective home buyers to heavily discounted, recently foreclosed homes in plush, air-conditioned coaches is taking root throughout Southern California. (Jay L. Clendenin, Los Angeles Times)
On the foreclosure bus: Touring bank-owned homes in the San Gabriel Valley
Potential buyers make their way back on the bus after spending about 10 minutes surveying a property on Glenn Avenue in Pasadena. The Repohometour.com bus stops at homes roughly 10 minutes, allowing just enough time for participants to walk through the house and assess it before moving on to the next home. (Jay L. Clendenin, Los Angeles Times)
On the foreclosure bus: Touring bank-owned homes in the San Gabriel Valley
Husband and wife David Levario and Kim Tachiquin, of Montebello, browse over a list of properties they will be visiting on a tour of foreclosed homes. The tour, of homes in the San Gabriel Valley, was sponsored by Repohometour.com (Jay L. Clendenin, Los Angeles Times)
On the foreclosure bus: Touring bank-owned homes in the San Gabriel Valley
Current home listings are gathered into packets and handed to each of the participants in the day’s bus tour of foreclosed properties on the Repohometour.com tour. (Jay L. Clendenin, Los Angeles Times)
On the foreclosure bus: Touring bank-owned homes in the San Gabriel Valley
The Repohometour.com bus makes its way through a tree-lined street in Pasadena. (Jay L. Clendenin, Los Angeles Times)
On the foreclosure bus: Touring bank-owned homes in the San Gabriel Valley
A home at 302 E. Montana St., in Pasadena, is clearly labeled as “Bank Owned,” for passersby to see. The home was the second stop of seven homes on a recent tour of foreclosed homes arranged by Repohometour.com. (Jay L. Clendenin, Los Angeles Times)
On the foreclosure bus: Touring bank-owned homes in the San Gabriel Valley
Realtor cards litter the countertop in this bank-owned Pasadena home. (Jay L. Clendenin, Los Angeles Times)
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