This property has been foreclosed on and is now owned by the mortgage company or bank that held the mortgage. Depending on the date that the actual foreclosure went through, the bank may still be waiting to receive the sheriff's deed. Until they have the deed it cannot be recorded as their property by the county auditor so it may still be listed as owned by the original owner. If you don't want to pay for the information, all I can suggest is that you call the auditor's office for the county in which it is located. Real estate is public information and they should be able to tell you ( if the sheriff's deed has been recorded) who the bank is that owns the property.
Hope this helps.
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