Oh my. If you are even thinking this is an issue then you will be the one most at risk of being caught off guard.
I would consider doing a bit of homework yourself. Plan 3 hours of your day and visit the county court house down on 3rd and James. Have your landlord's name/address with you and search the public records for yourself.
Yes, you can probably find out online or via an agent, but I have experience with the Foreclosure Auctions and can tell you that there is a lag in the data found on most websites. It usually takes about 10 business days for the records to show up on websites. The most accurate information will be done in person with the actual recorded documents filed with the county.
Also, gather all of YOUR documentation, rent check records, bank statements, lease documents and the like. If the home is foreclosed upon and you are a contracted renter, then you have 90 days from when the new owner delivers a notice via certified mail.
Don't take my word for it, do your homework if this is even suspected!
FYI in the state of Washington the renter also must be served by the buyer a 60day notice. Thats 5 months.
Hope this is useless info but if you need it I was glade to be of help. Do you have kids if so there is even more protectin laws hope I helped . Good Luck.