Wondering, Home Owner in 91320

how do you find out the sales date for a foreclosure of the home you're living in?

Asked by Wondering, 91320 Thu Nov 11, 2010

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T.E. & Naima…, Agent, Dallas, TX
Thu Nov 11, 2010
You can visit the clerk of the county where the property is located to view the postings for trustee sales. All foreclosure sales are conducted on the first Tuesday in the month and cannot occur less than 21 days from the posting.

To foreclose on December 7, notice would have been sent to you and posted at the clerk's office by November 16. Prior to the notice of trustee sale, however, you would have been sent as well as posted at the clerk's office a notice of default. Normally these are delivered by certified mail to your mailing address of record.

Sales are not conducted inside the county courthouse, but "on the steps" outside. In some locations a covered area is designated for the trustees and sheriff to gather people to conduct their auctions. If not delayed, the auction takes place within the hours shown in the notice, usually a 4-hour window. All sales are cash or equivalent, no promissory notes or mortgages. If no one bids, the bank automatically bids the amount of the balance owing. Typically, the bank wins the auction.
Web Reference:  http://www.SumnerRealty.com
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Wilene Norris, Agent, Fort Worth, TX
Thu Nov 11, 2010
Dear Home Owner, You should have received a certified letter stating the home will be sold at the court house and the date. If you did not pick this letter up at the post office, they can still foreclose. They only have to send this notice to the address they have on file for you. You can call the lender or I have access to the foreclosure postings that I can check for the address and date it will be auctioned. If I can help, please call. 817-946-8670. There are other means to stop foreclosures and you should consult legal consel. Sincerely, Wilene Norris, CRS,ABR,SFR,TAHS
Century 21 Mike Bowman, Inc.
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