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if I am a renter and I have been told the owner has lost the house in an auction how do I find out for sure if

Asked by Gloria, La Puente, CA Fri Jul 3, 2009

it is true

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also per new state of CA law you have to be given a 90 day notice prior to eviction and if you live in an area that is rent controlled you have additional protections

see link below

M. Ben Nicolas
IET Real Estate
310 874-1278 cell
310 626-9690 fax
CA Lic # 01458128
http://www.ietrealestate.com
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you can check public records for this info or call the trustee if you know who that is. You used to be able to just call title company but due to ridiculous over regulation by the CA DOI (dept of insurance) title companies aren't allowed to give out public records as a free service anymore (as of 7/1/09)

try this free service below or go down town county recorders office in norwalk and search by owners last name, if you know trustee let me know and i can tell you how to verify, you were probably getting letters to your house from the trustee

M. Ben Nicolas
IET Real Estate
310 874-1278 cell
310 626-9690 fax
http://www.ietrealestate.com
CA Lic# 01458128
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Jul 3, 2009
Are you in a month to month base or lease? if the original owner lose his home in the auction, then you might be have a chance to get cash for key from the new owner. If you are not sure about the status, you can go ask any agent in that area to find out.

Kiet Truong
Kotai Realty
626-623-2183
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