I'm not sure what you mean by "in conveyence"...it's either Conveyed or Not Conveyed. When HUD forcloses on a home they get any and all occupants out long before they turn it over to a real estate agent to sell it. If it were occupied and owned by HUD, it would NOT be occupied...otherwise the occupant would be tresspassing and the agent would call the cops to have them arrested. If you want to provide me with any specifics like the Address, I can look up the status of ownership and sale status and assist you with a better answer.... more
If it is a HUD property, you can find out more information on its condition by going to www.hudhomestore.com & look at the addendums. If it has a repair escrow amount they will typically describe the issue that may need to be repaired. There should also be a property inspection report that has been filled out by a 3rd party inspector for HUD.... more
Beware--I just had one of my listings show up on Craig's list as a rental so there is a scam out there where people are using listing information out there to set-up a bogus rental in the hope that someone will wire the deposit money to them--the one set-up on my listing asked for the wire transfer to be sent to Africa--stating the homeowners had been transferred there.... more
I believe it is a way for a builder or contractor to use generic keys on door locks and then the locks can be changed so that only another unique key will work on the lock once construction is completed.
The answer to your question depends on what auction company is selling. Or, are you referring to courthouse auctions?
You might want to call or email me. Foreclosures has been my niche since 2003. I am with Crye-Leike, Realtors REO department, the largest in the state. I am happy to assist, and you can reach me at mail:email@example.com.... more
That would be a legal question and it would be best ansered by an attorney. I would strongly encourage you to explore the risks of purchasing real property at auction. All states have different laws and Federal Taxes are different than State Taxes. Proceed with caution. I do not believe that to be the case. Good luck to you.... more
Tonya, were you able to sign in to that foreclosedmaps.com site? Rj Martino, if you're still watching this question, there's a problem with the site certificate - do I go ahead and accept the certificate anyway? Just wanted to make sure someone wasn't tampering with your site! Thanks!... more