#3, #8, and #9 (and possibly others) are all supposedly available in DataTree. Here's where you can find them...
Note that there are several different variations on "waterfront" available.
As for bankruptcy deals, you can actually find these pretty easily through Foreclosure.com. I've got a video that explain how to find them here starting at 14:25:
Note that DataTree also has some ways to identify mortgage liens, HOA liens and foreclosure data as well:
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The problem is, whenever I see this many options available in a data service, it usually means that some (and sometimes many) of the filters won't work, because most counties won't get this granular in how they classify property features and information... so just because the filtering options are there doesn't mean they're going to work for you.
That being said, I would imagine some of these will probably work in California and other densely populated counties, but I wouldn't expect them to work consistently (or at all) in the more rural areas. Nevertheless, it's good to know the options are there, as it may be worth a try in some instances.