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The other ways suggest will or might work. However, I prefer to get information from the original source. In the case, the court clerk or court website is the best place to get an authoritative answer.
Then look up the owner on the county recording site:
See if they have a "Notice of Default" filed, and if yes check to see if it is the home you are renting.
If you sign up with them you can get the full addresses and date of sales. It's totally free for now.
The taping of the notice can be fast removed, so it's not the standard, check records, but the banks know that many renters are the ones that are left in the street on some properties, and lender have no idea where the owners are. Tenants helping with addresses will help the lenders, and may give you more information and timing of things to come, because some home owners take the rent, but don't make the loan payment.
Best to you.
Susan Agli, Broker, SRES, ALHS
Coldwell Banker Morris - Bend Oregon
Coldwell Banker Morris R.E.