I agree with the answers below, if it is now owned by an investor they will be knocking on your door soon and will begin eviction proceedings. Don't let it get that far. You do not want an eviction on your record!
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Regardless of who the new owner is, you should negotiate and work with them. Ask them for some time and in exchange you can offer them something. Or maybe get cash for keys and get out sooner and stay at a short term rental place.
will be contacting you soon. Or, if they gave this as an REO/Bank Owned listing a realtor, then the realtor who now has the new listing...will be knocking on your door to contact you to :
1)see if the home is occupied and 2)IF the home IS occupied, then they may try to offer you a CASH FOR KEYS settlement to amicably vacate the home...usually, they will want u out asap: but you can point out that CA law states you have 60 days now to vacate, not 30 days anymore.
If you can work out something amicably with them for CASH FOR KEYS...and hopefully this will coincide with your date to move into your new home.
Call me if you need more info 310-429-4170 Shy:)
They cannot just come and LOCK you out, or kick u to the curb...they would have to go thru the eviction process if you do not cooperate peacefully and do the CASH for KEYS settlement.