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Sat Oct 11, 2008
Mott Marvin Kornicki answered:

Sometimes finding a condo on the Miami-Dade County Tax Appraisers Office is tricky. Are you able to get the building? Sometimes the unit numbers are numbered differently than usual. It will help if you have a folio number- this will bypass the address search.

If a property is REO, it is usually stated in the comments section of the listing or advertisement as "corporate owned" or bank owned- obviously. Again, on the tax records- if updated, will reflect the owner as such, Usually the list price of a short sale property is the dead giveaway- it is listed at a ridiculously low price. Another way to determine if the property is being shorted is by askingb the owner or list agent.

HOA Liens are more tricky- if the HOA has already filed a law suit or has secured a judegment- that too will appear on the Miami-Dade County Circuit Court Docket- Just tyoe in the name of the Plaintiff [HOA] in the box.

Great questions!

Mott Marvin Kornicki, Broker/Associate
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