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Clifflynch, Home Owner in 85548

where can you check to see if your house has/ is foreclosed on?

Asked by Clifflynch, 85548 Thu Nov 10, 2011

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You can check the county clerk records in your area.

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Clifflynch,

In CA a notice of trustees sale is filed and is a matter of public record. If they are public records in your area, then it should be as easy as contacting the county clerk to find out if and when the sale is scheduled to happen. If it has happened, then there should be information on the owner.

Hope it all works out for you.

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Most county governments have online look-up by name and/or address. Any filings on the property should be visible.
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If it's your house I would call the lender directly to get that information.

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Bruce Lynn, Real Estate Pro in Coppell, TX
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County tax records after the date of the sale.. It does take time update home status and change of ownership

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Cliff:

You should call the lender and inquire. You should also call the attorney acting for the lender as trustee. You should have received documentation from the lender's attorney stating the date of the trustee sale if it was scheduled to go into foreclosure.
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