Not necessarily....in fact if it's vacant, then it seems the problem was solved already. If you'd like me to check into it for you...shoot me an email with the address and I can see what the situation is?
--I can tell you what the home sold for last time it may have been on the market
-- Send you interior pictures from the last time it may have been on the market
-- Give you information on who owns it now (whether it is bank owned or owned by a private party)
-- If it's owned by a private party, I can let you know if it will be a distressed sale where we can get a great deal from the lien holders
-- If it is bank owned & see when it is scheduled to come on the market. I won't look back on this same Trulia thread for answers after mine, so just send me an email or give me a call.
Realtor Since 1996
Main Street Realtors
If the condo is bank/lender owned, they may have evicted the tenants or owners. If it is a standard sale, the owners/sellers may have evicted their tenants. What is the address?
Prudential California Realty