The definition of a Quitclaim Deed is it releases or "quits" any claim or interest a person has in a property. A quitclaim deed offers no warranties. It simply says "If I have an interest I give it. If not, I give nothing". Quitclaim deeds are used in after-ownership situations such as divorce or clear up any clouds on the title. Also, most title companies will not issue any kind of title insurance policy when using a quitclaim deed. I'm guessing the auction house was only involved in the 1 mortgage and you may be stuck with any others that exist. I would speak to an attorney as soon as possible.
Before closing, you can purchase a good title insurance policy will cover all of possible title problems for the new owner.
It sounds like you need to talk to an attorney quick.. Did you get Title insurance on the propert? If so call them first they may have to have their attornees take care of it. I am not sure you would have purchased a quick claim deed.
You need help sorting out all these problems.
All my best
Since you have not provided the address, no way to find out what is going on. One way is for you to check with teh Maricopa County accessor. You can do this online or in person.
Sounds like you should consult with your real estate attorney if the title is a an issue. Did you get title insurance when you purchased the home.
May I wish you the best.
Jeff Masich, Realtor
Have you called your agent (the seller)? Have you called the title company that handled this transaction? I would start with calling both of them. Title insurance is in place to keep this very thing from happening.