The other place you might check is on the CT Judicial Branch website http://civilinquiry.jud.ct.gov/ . Once you find the owners name, or the lenders name, in the land records you can look to see if there is a court case on the docket.
I found the owner's name in an online assessors database http://www.visionappraisal,com and checked the court records. There is a foreclosure process started against the property. The owners address is listed as being different than the condo.
If you contact the owner, it MIGHT be possible to work out a sale agreement before the foreclosure process goes to auction or reposession. You should also be aware that the owner is probably getting bombarded by letters from investors that want to 'help' him out, so he may not seem receptive to you right away.
If you really like the condo, are willing to pay a reasonable price for it, the owner doesn't owe some crazy amount on it, and have a lot of patience, you might be able to work something out.
Hope this helps
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