How to find out which bank holds a mortgage of a foreclosed property?

Asked by Cons2000, Litchfield County, CT Wed Sep 9, 2009

My neighbors house is being foreclosed. There is a sticker on the door which states the property is deemed vacant. There are companies mowing the lawn. How would a person find out who holds the mortgage? There is no foreclosure sign. Thanks

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Minna Reid, Agent, Trumbull, CT
Sun Sep 13, 2009
If the property has not yet been foreclosed, it makes no difference which bank holds the mortgage. You cant deal directly with the lender. If your neighbor still owns the property he is the person you need to deal with - assuming you are interested in buying the property.
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Dan Ross, Agent, Southington, CT
Wed Sep 9, 2009
You can look it up on the Judicial website if you know the owner's name. To find the name, many towns have their tax assessors database online. You can also look in the land records for the town and see who held the mortgage and/or who filed the Lis Pendens.
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Butch Eiland, Agent, Orange Beach, AL
Wed Sep 9, 2009
If it has been forclosed then court records will show answer.
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