I am so sorry to hear this. Contact the clerk of court that Roxanne and Shannon provided below, they will have the docket on when it will be foreclosed on. Roxanne and Shannon our correct with you getting a 3 day notice to vacate, so I would start to find a new place asap. We do not have a redemption period after a forclosure in the state of Florida, once the house is forclosed on it is done.
I wish you the best,
As far as the time line goes...
Th lenderk can not start the eviction process until the redemption period expires. After the redemption period expires, the bank's make their move to evict. You see the bank doesn't really fully own the property until after the redemption period...so they have no legal standing to evict until then.
Do a Google search for "redemeption period Your State"...see what comes up. That is the number of days after the sheriff's sale, you have before eviction can start.
This is an unfortunate situation that we are seeing over and over. My partner and I live and work in North port and would be happy to help you with any questions. If it says 30-60 days then I would assume that is correct. You can follow the process on what paperwork has been filed on the Sarasota Clerk of the Court website: http://www.clerk.co.sarasota.fl.us/oprapp/oprinq.asp Once the eviction process begins you will usually have around 30 days and the last three days of that time a sheriff will come and place an official eviction sticker on the front door.
As Stacey said, I would start to make arrangements to move into another home. We can help you find another rental is that's the direction you are leaning. There are a lot of different options-give me a call or email.
Roxanne Moore, Realtor
Re/Max Anchor Realty
North Port/Port Charlotte, FL