When a property is listed for sale, most real estate agents will order a preliminary title which will indicate all current liens on the property. Sometimes, depending on the ... more
I wouldn't think so but check with these folks: http://www.housing.org/sanmateotenants/ They'll should be able to send you in the right direction.
1 you pay what you owe
2 they take the house and kick you out legally.
Sorry, it is that simple.
You would be smart to start lo ... more
1- yes, reo agents have access to foreclosure listings and info before being made to the public.
2- As a Reo agent I can refer you to an agent in your area, where are you ... more
Are you referring to the Trustee Sales conducted by the Sheriff's office for homes that are in foreclosure? These sales are conducted week ... more
Unfortunately, the seller, in this case the bank, can accept any offer they wish. Even though you we're prepared to pay their asking price in cash, there were othe ... more
There is no better way than getting in contact with a real estate professional from your target location. They will have the expertise you are looking for and the ability to ... more
I would start by contacting the county records office in the county where the zip code is located. Explain to them what you are thinking of doing and see how they might be abl ... more
It doesn't sound like it's bank owned yet. The bank may not even know that the property is tenant occ ... more