1. Send me a note and I'll look them up for you.
2. Look them up in Hawaii public records.
3. Ask the neighbors, they usually know.
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ask your local realtor to set up a search for you
HOA can still foreclose on practically atone. Just keep up with mortgage payments.
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Where was this time share located, which building, or street?
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find yourself an agent in an area you are particularily interested in, meet with them if possible
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On pre-foreclosures, they are typically owned by the bank. There is no reason or incentive for them to want to do a rent to own scenario. What would they have to gain? I ... more
The AOAO first puts a lien on the property. That lien puts a cloud or hold on the title, so it must be paid before you get clear title. Also, the mortgage company is not goi ... more