Your best bet is to check with HUD.ORG, Housing and Urban Redevelopment a state agency, but please read on for vital information. Miracles often happen but the one you need comes with a great deal of time invested with realtors and online checking if HUD has nothing. WARNING if you use CraigsList (and anyone else but CL especially) be ABSOLUTELY certain to tell the person that you'll verify through city records that they are indeed the owner as well as confirming that it meets legal requirements to be sold. I am NOT being dramatic but very honest as the list is long with people scammed out of their money including a young couple with two small children who ended up living in their car. They sent all money asked for a rental and moved from So. Cal. for opportunities and when they tried to open the home's door the key did not work. The door however was jerked open by an angry man certain he was confronting a burglar. The couple explained they had rented the home, showing him their contract, "I OWN this home and have NOT rented it!" No family between them, no safety net and all but a small amount of their money gone...it hurts just to think of it and most impossible to imagine if it happened to you. I saved myself by telling the contact person I verify through the city, they hung up and their CL ad was promptly removed...no doubt reopened under another number.