Is the house 13208 Tillman Rd. going into foreclosure soon?

Asked by lil_devil, 46809 Sun Aug 12, 2007

Heard from a Realator named jerry nichols from re/max and we need to know what bank the house is through when it does go into we can get it and move out of the dump we are in now...

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Ellen Chung, , San Mateo, CA
Sun Aug 12, 2007
It is difficult to find out about the financial status of a home if it is not yet in foreclosure. Once it is in foreclosure and is being sold via auction or REO, you can usually find the listing via their website:

However, you can find the bank holding their loan by contacting your local records department, the link is below. They would be able to help you find the bank, the name of the owners, loan amount, etc., through their department or they can direct you to the office you should visit to find the information.

Good luck on finding your home! Beware that foreclosures are rarely the bargains we all think they are, there are many hidden expenses that occur during the purchase of the property and there is a increased chance that the property may require significant improvements and repair. However, if you definitely looking you should continue working with your Realtor. He should be able to provide you with more foreclosure listings and help you through the complex process. Good luck!
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Jenni Hash, Agent, Columbus, IN
Sun Jan 9, 2011
You can go to and enter the address for the property. As soon as it hits the market, it will automatically notify you. This is a COMPLETELY FREE automated notification service. No one will call or harrass you. It's just a great way to be notified as soon as a specific home hits the market.
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Carrie Crowe…, Agent, Southaven, MS
Sun Aug 12, 2007
Check with your local sherrif's office. If it is in foreclosure they will have to give notice. This becomes public information and can be posted on a website for the shrerrif's office. Try to google sherrif sale in your city or area.
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Pam Winterba…, Agent, Danville, VA
Sun Aug 12, 2007
Ask you Realtor to find out if the Notice of Default has been filed. He can do this by checking with a Title Company. You will be able to find out what stage of forclosure is and how much is needed to cure the loan or purchase the property. Good luck
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The Hagley G…, Agent, Pleasanton, CA
Sun Aug 12, 2007
Your Reator should be able to pull all of that information fory oun through a local title company. They can tell you if a notice of default has bee filed, if i t's in foreclosure, if it 's going to auction, etc.
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