If our records aren't updated yet, then you can check with the County Recorder's office.
Interesting question you have posted here. I am a bit confused by your question. More specific details are needed without assuming things here. Depends on who is the owner he ... more
Understand that Realtors do not give LEGAL advice, and you need to check with a Lawyer:
The Key is whether the actuall did file a LIEN on the House; the onl ... more
Depends on whether you are month-to-month or on a lease (and what it says).
You might be interested in the following:
http://docs.Steven-Anthony.com/Landlord-Tenan ... more
Your best bet would be to get legal advice from a real estate atty or call Fair Housing or HUD.
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I would just caution you if the property listings are from RealtyTrac, which is a company who advertises "foreclosure listings" on Trulia. RealtyTrac's primary objective is ... more
It's actually just 14 days notice that is needed. So, if they have given you 14 days notice and you have a trustee sale date coming up, you do not have much time to figure out ... more
As of April 20th 2013 there are 8 Active listings that are Bank owned properties that do not have an accepted offer on them at this point.
Thank you for writing in. This is a great question. There are a few options available to the homeowner who is facing foreclosure. They are as follows:
For a temporar ... more
As the market improves, foreclosures are less likely to occur. I suggest you find an agent who knows the area to find you the best deal possible