Your Realtor can assist you with this research.
If you don't have one, send me an email through my profile with whatever details you have on the property, and I will reply with what I find.
Having the names is not sufficient to constitute a title search, however. Other claims on the property may exist that a title search will reveal. By the way, et al is commonly used when 3 people own a property. Many county records systems are set up for husband and wife, not 3 people.... more
If you buy the house, the title search will reveal all the "others" in their search report. When you go to closing, all the others must deed the property to you.
Can you find out by yourself? Yes, take a trip down to the county recorder's office with the legal description of the property and you can pull the actual deeds on the property. The legal description would include the lot, block, subdivision and town of the property. Some offices can help you convert the street address into lot and block.
Copies of the deeds will be charged to you, usuallly a buck or so a page. Or, if you want to just write down the names, you can.
By the way, "ux" should still be investigated, too. You never know when a man shows up with a woman at closing if that is the ux on the deed or his current ux.... more