If the property has been foreclosed upon and the title has actually transferred back to the lender, then it would be a matter of public record and the change in ownership ... more
Go to the City yourself and talk to a real person.
(Bring all your escrow papers.)
Get a copy of the last 9A report filed to have in your fi ... more
After a short sale - you can be eligible to qualify for a mortgage loan after 2 years.
After a foreclosure - it can take ... more
This varies in each state, and it is best to talk to lenders and agents (talk to a few because some aren't sure) in your area to find out.
Some states are consumer ... more
Come and post a sign to vacate.
Banks may get in touch with the owner directly a ... more
The only way that I am aware of to get free listings is to go to the local court house and research the listings. Since this is a pain in you know what most services char ... more
If you are a 1st time buyer, I would avoid it, unless you have a trusted contractor or you have extensive renovation skills. You should look at the purchase price, the leas ... more