The owner of record and mortgage holder (servicer) can be identified.
However, it would be beneifical to know the purpose of your inquiry.
Are you a member of the condo association?
Do you have interest in purchashing this condo?
Do you have the means to purchase this condo?
Are you just curious?
If you would like further assistance give me a call.
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ReMax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, FL
727. 420. 4041
Sounds like the HOA is going to have to contact their attorney and file a lien against the property for dues owed. The lender can be determined by looking up the owner's name in the clerk of the courts and finding the recorded mortgage. Filing the lien may help to start the process with the lender, but that is a legal question for a real estate attorney. Good luck.
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Real Estate Consulting, Marketing & Sales
Prudential Tropical Realty
2539 Countryside Blvd #3 Clearwater, FL 33761
If your condo association has unpaid fees, they should take action to ensure their interests are protected.
If the owner died, and left no heirs, the property will become the property of the State of Florida.
go down to the County Recorders office and ask them; they will tell you who the owner of record is.
you can go from there.
good luck and may God bless
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