ForeclosureRadar, a subscription-based service that allows users to search for and track properties through the foreclosure process, is expanding into Arizona, Nevada, Oregon and Washington.

Based in the San Francisco Bay area, the company has provided services in California since its May 2007 launch.

ForeclosureRadar, a subscription-based service that allows users to search for and track properties through the foreclosure process, is expanding into Arizona, Nevada, Oregon and Washington.

Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, the company has provided services in California since its May 2007 launch.

ForeclosureRadar claims several thousand investors, Realtors, and government and financial institutions as subscribers, who pay $49.95 a month. The company claims its sophisticated search parameters, daily auction updates, and tools for sharing, saving, tracking and analyzing properties set it apart from sites that cater to consumers and casual investors.

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