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Lefty, Renter in San Jose, CA

how do i know if the place i'm renting is going through foreclosure?

Asked by Lefty, San Jose, CA Sat May 5, 2012

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Suzanne MacDowell’s answer
Call your county clerk. If foreclosure proceedings have been begun something should be on file with the county clerk. This is the ONLY really reliable source of information since people may go into foreclosure and then bring the loan up to date, or get the mortgage modified, thus cancelling the foreclosure proceeding. And all this is public information so the government officials have to share it with you. It's how all these other websites, Realty Trac, etc, get their information.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Jul 14, 2012
go to and type in the address
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Jul 14, 2012
Hi Lefty,

I you would like you could give me the address and I can do a quick check thru my title company for you.


Jim Guido,

Realty World/Blue Property Group
Cell: 408-472-2074
DRE# 00700635
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun May 6, 2012
If the home gets foreclosed on, eventually an agent will come to you with a cash for keys offer to get out. Or in the time between then and now you could employ the help of a title company and possibly a real event to do some homework for you.

Jim Mauldwin
Intero Resl Estste
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