how do you find out when your homes auction date is?

Asked by Newlife08, 91977 Sat Jan 9, 2010

My house is up for auction, the morgae company is telling me there is a date set but they wont give me any details for some reason. How can I find out the date? WIll I have to move immediatly after it is sold? thanks for your time!

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reginahous1, Renter, Elk Grove, CA
Tue Jan 8, 2013
I am trying to find out the date the house that I owned went up for auction. The address was 3509 Black Elk Court, Antelope, 95843
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reginahous1, Renter, Elk Grove, CA
Tue Jan 8, 2013
how do i find out my date auction on a property I use to own?
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Jenny Talasa…, Agent, San Diego, CA
Thu Feb 24, 2011
This can be very alarming and stressful. I would be happy to help you or look it up for you. I can look it up and there is not a charge. We can also look at your situation and find a strategy that works for you. Please get my free book and you can read at your pace. It is also free to you. Another option is calling the lender and asking for an escalation. You can also go to the Department of Treasury and file an online complaint. I wish you luck. If you find out it is soon we can submit an offer for you or refer you to a CPA or attorney for tax and legal advice as well.
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ROY Mason, Agent, SAN DIEGO, CA
Mon Jul 26, 2010
The agent you hired to do your short sale can answer this, or you can call your bank and ask them ...YOU can also get the trustees phone number from the bank and ask them directly .
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Lyons Realty, Agent, La Jolla, CA
Tue Jan 12, 2010
Anytime you want to look up the auction date on your house or anyone else's just go to my site http://www.shortsalesandiego.org/search-short-sales.html
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Kari Shea, Agent, San Diego, CA
Tue Jan 12, 2010
Hi there,

The most important aspect of whether the property is sold at auction is the loan to value. If your house is worth $400,000 and you owe $300,000 or less, it may sell. If you owe $250,000 or less, it will most likely sell. If you owe $350,000 or more, it will not sell and then it will go to foreclosure.

All cash investors buy homes at auction and if the return is not there for them to fix it up and flip it, it will not sell.

Either way, you will be notified of move dates and be given your options.

Best to you,

Mark and Kari Shea
Real Estate Experts Serving San Diego County
Specialists in Investment Properties, Foreclosures, Short Sales,
Development Opportunities & Traditional Real Estate
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Keith Manson-…, , Milwaukee, WI
Sun Jan 10, 2010
There are a number of ways you can find out the auction date:
. It will be published in your local legal reporting paper
. Typically the court house have web sites that indicate the properties up for sale
. The court house will have the information posted
. The bank should be able to tell you when the sale is scheduled
. The attorney handling the foreclosure would know when the sale was going to be
. There should be a posting indicating when the sale is

The easiest and fastest is call the attorney handling the foreclosure sale.


Keith Manson
First Weber Group
Certified Distressed Property Expert
Metro Milwaukee

http://www.milwaukeebailout.com
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Joanna Jensen, Other Pro, Livermore, CA
Sun Jan 10, 2010
Hi,
Have you tried to do a modification? Have they mailed you a Trustees Sale Date? The date would be on that notice. Also you could call your Trustee. Your lender should tell you there is no reason they shouldnt.

Depending on who your lender is if your first mort is more than 31% of your income , your loan is less than $729k, and you live in the home as your primary residence. You should qualify for a loan mod.

You could send them a letter asking for the Holder of the Note, and the Deed of Trust as well as any assingments.

No, you wont have to move immediatly after the date. You could call the lender and request Cash For Keys. that is Money to pay for moving. You may need money to pay for first last month rent etc. Go get em.

JoAnna Jensen
Realtor Legal Assistant
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Adrian Hunti…, Agent, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Sat Jan 9, 2010
Newlife08,

Of course they have to post the trustee sale date on your front door. Email me your home address and I will send your properties sale date.

Thanks,

Adrian
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Adrian Hunti…, Agent, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Sat Jan 9, 2010
Foreclosure Radar

RealtyTrac

Of course you could go to the county courthouse and get the sale dates.
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fredeckert, Agent, San Diego, CA
Sat Jan 9, 2010
Newlife08,
Call my customer service on Monday at 619.521.3478 and use my name, Fred Eckert, when you are asked for a sales rep. They will give you a free copy of the "notice of trustee sale" , so you can see the planned sale date. Many trustee sales are postponed, however. You should have at least 90 days to remain in the property if you are renting on a month to month and if you have a lease, that should be honored. Hope this information helps.
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John Villaes…, , California
Sat Jan 9, 2010
If you give me the address i can look it up for you. Are thinking of doing a short sale or just letting it go completely? Here is some information on short sales and how they can can help you tremendously vs foreclosure http://www.vgrouphomes.com/atj/user/AdditionalGetAction.do?p…

John & Sarena Villaescusa
Owner/Realtor/Broker
Keller Williams Realty
Cell: 562-818-2671
Email: Johnv@kw.com
Website: http://www.VGroupHomes.com
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Jason Kardos, Agent, La Mesa, CA
Sat Jan 9, 2010
You can buy data or work with an agent to research the title records to see when the Trustee sale has been recorded and scheduled. If you have contact with the owner, you can ask them if they have a Notice of Trustee Sale that will have the phone number and scheduled sale date, time, and location and call the service to see if the sale is still going forward or possibly has been postponed.

Are you asking this question for a home you own, or are you thinking of going to a sale an buying a property for yourself?

Let me know how I may be able to help you.

Jason Kardos, Broker/Owner
Cell 619 303-2826
http://www.JasonKardos.com
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