Dear Albaby,You best bet at this point is to talk to an attorney (make sure you don't pay him/her a penny), and you can also check with your lender since they should know about all governement programs that save owners their homes and keep them in there.
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Laws and regulations regarding rentals vary by state, by county, and sometimes even city to city. So someone from Redlands really would have to supply the answer.
I'm not a lawyer, so what follows is not legal advice. A few general thoughts, though:
Under what conditions are you living in a property? For instance, if you previously had a lease that expired, that lease may have provided that occupancy would then be on a month-to-month basis. So--if there had been a lease that said that--you might be entitled to 30 days notice even if there isn't a current lease.
Your jurisdiction may have something similar to implied tenancy. That is, if you've been living there and paying rent, you may be considered a month-to-month tenant. I don't know; a lawyer could answer that for you.
Generally, a 3 day notice (or in some areas a 5 day notice) is presented to a tenant when the tenant has failed to pay rent on time. So then the question comes up: Are you current on your rent? Or were you delinquent--even by just a day?
Finally, you've put your question in the category "Foreclosure in Redlands." What you've described in your question isn't a foreclosure. However, if a foreclosure is involved, you're probably still protected--as described above--as long as the owner still owns the property. It gets a lot trickier once the foreclosure occurs. (Basically, you've got to move, though some jurisdictions are enacting regulations to protect tenants in foreclosure situations. Again, that's a question for a local attorney.)
Again: None of this is legal advice. For that, you need a lawyer.
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I am guessing you are talking about the so-called Foreclosure listings here at Trulia....
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Where do you get your foreclosure information?
All foreclosure listings are provided by RealtyTrac and display basic foreclosure information. In order to view full foreclosure details, users must register with RealtyTrac. RealtyTrac offers a 7 day free trial, but charges a subscription fee after the initial trial period.
Most of these so-called forclosures may not even be available to purchase and are mainly an attempt to get people to subscribe to RealtyTracs pay services...
Trulia is not the site to use if you are looking for Foreclosures.....You can contact an Agent for local forclosure or view various MLS's.
If you just want to Browse Actual Foreclosures...You might wish to check out the Bank/Gov sites created to give the public access to view the Listed Foreclosures/Properties for sale and to provide information on the purchase process used plus much more information it's Free and updated constantly...Sites like..
.... http://www.wamuproperties.com/ .... http://www.hud.gov/homes/index.cfm
The links to all of these Bank and Gov. sites can be found here.... http://www.mortgagenewsdaily.com/wiki/REO_Database_List.asp ... http://www.biggerpockets.com/bank-reo.html
If you are looking for Tax sales you might try using this ... http://publicrecords.onlinesearches.com/California-Foreclosures-and-Tax-Lien-Sales.htm ...and you find things like this
http://www.sco.ca.gov/ardtax_public_auction.html ... https://www.mytaxcollector.com/trTaxSale_CSI.aspx
Good luck, Dunes... more
You got served by the banks attorney I'm guessing and the property has already been foreclosed on?? Most likely in 60 days the sheriff will be there with a lock smith. I would find a new place before then. Talk to someone at the bank and see if they will let you rent longer and get everything in writing if they say yes. If you have a place to go sooner maybe see if the new owner will pay you to move out before the 60 days. Put a little extra money in your pocket.... more