The foreclosure auction took place on 7/09/12. There were no 3rd party bidders so the property goes to the lender, Wells Fargo, but they don't own it yet. After the foreclosure auction there's a hearing that takes place called the Confirmation of Sale. With the way the court system is right now it's taking aproximately 4-8 weeks for that to happen. At that point the highest bidder at the auction, either the lender or a 3rd party, gets the deed to the property. In this case it's Wells Fargo as I mentioned. But you still won't see it come up for sale for a while. In most cases, the lender has to make sure the property is vacant before they list it for sale. Furthermore, the loan was FHA so that might take a little longer than usual. However if you really like this property, keep checking for a for sale sign to go up and also have a realtor monitor the MLS for you, pefferably a broker who's familiar with the foreclosure process, REOs and also bidding on HUD homes which this one most likely will be.
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